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Job Title: (Senior) Associate Editor (Electrocatalysis & Energy Storage)
Organisation: Nature Communications
Location: London, Berlin, New York or Shanghai
Closing date: October 29th 2020
Nature Research is the world’s leader in publishing high-quality research from across the natural sciences. Its journals include Nature, the Nature Research journals, the Nature Reviews journals and Nature Communications.
Nature Communications is the leading multidisciplinary Open Access journal, publishing high-quality scientific research. To help us to build on the success of this journal, we’re seeking an electrocatalysis and energy storage expert who has a critical eye, a deep understanding of their subject and interests beyond, and who can think on their feet. The focus is on sustainable energy fuels.
The (Senior) Associate Editor role at Nature Communications is ideal for researchers who love science but feel that a career at the bench isn’t enough to sate your desire to learn more about the natural world and for those who enjoy reading papers outside their chosen area of research.
This role is located in either our London, Shanghai, Berlin or New York office. The position is offered on a full-time, permanent basis. Editorial experience is not required, although applicants with significant editorial experience are encouraged to apply and will potentially be considered for Senior Editor position.
For US candidates, we offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
For German candidates, we offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
At Springer Nature we value and celebrate the diversity of our people. We recognise the many benefits of a diverse workforce and strive for an inclusive workplace that empowers all our colleagues to thrive. Our search for the best talent fully encompasses and embraces these values and principles.
Applicants should include a CV, a cover letter explaining their interest in the post and their preferred office of employment, and a separate concise (300-400 words) discussion of recent scientific developments in materials science that you found particularly exciting, stating why.
Candidates will be considered as they apply.
Visit the Springer Nature Editorial and Publishing website at www.springernature.com/editorial-and-publishing-jobs for more information about our Research E&P career opportunities.