About Bioscientifica

Publishing Assistant

The new Bioscientifica Publishing Assistant will be responsible for providing administrative support for the publishing team and the editorial boards on a specified portfolio of journals both owned and client managed.

Publishing Assistant - Full Time

Hours: 35hrs 

Closing Date: 15 May 2023

Grade and salary range: A2

Holiday: 26 days Interview Date: TBC Contract type: Permanent

Bioscientifica is looking for a new Publishing Assistant to join our friendly publishing department and to help provide administrative support for the wider team and Editorial Boards on a specified selection of journals in the Bioscientifica Publishing Portfolio.

Join our friendly and supportive Publishing Team as Publishing Assistant. This role provides a fantastic opportunity to work closely with our small publishing team, and support our extensive international community of Editors and Authors.

You will provide administrative support for the publishing team and the editorial boards on a specified product portfolio.

We’re looking for someone with a strong customer focus and helpful/can do attitude. You’ll have good written and verbal communication skills and ability to communicate with people of different backgrounds and languages/cultures. You’ll be highly organised with good time management.


  • You will ensure the editorial boards have the support, tools and information they need to be effective in their role
  • You will ensure external peer review staff have the support and information they need to meet agreed targets, ensuring author satisfaction
  • You will ensure the publishing team have the administrative support they need to manage their portfolios efficiently


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For an informal discussion about the post, including salary expectations, please contact katharine.single@bioscientifica.com.

To apply, candidates should send a covering letter with CV to jobs@endocrinology.org by the closing date shown above.

Bioscientifica is a not-for-profit organisation owned by the Society for Endocrinology. The Society for Endocrinology is the UK home of endocrinology, bringing together the global endocrine community to share ideas and advance our discipline.

All profits made by the Bioscientifica are gift aided back to the Society, to help it achieve its charitable aims and to help advance science and health globally.

The organisation provides numerous benefits to all staff in the organisation such as:

  • Flexi working hours
  • Company salary sacrifice options (Cycle to work Scheme, BUPA Medical Insurance ect.)
  • Onsite parking and a sheltered bike lock space
  • Showers and changing room facilities
  • Mental Health first aiders
  • Company benefits programme (discounts on meals out, cinema, ect.)
  • Annual 360 company training day
  • Charity days out to support local projects