28 September 2020
British Medical Association
Location: London
Salary: £22,722.98
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Job Description

Ref: 3472

Fixed term contract (until end of January 2021)

Part time (24 hours per week)

Salary:  £22,722.98 per year (for FTE 0.6)

An opportunity has arisen for an editor to join the BMA`s communications department on a fixed term contract until the end of April 2021. Our ideal candidate will be able to write and edit accurate, engaging and on-brand copy, with a particular focus on email newsletters. Experience with Dotdigital software is strongly preferred.

The successful candidate will:

- create and send email newsletters. As well as writing and editing copy to tight deadlines, this entails managing schedules and liaising with multiple stakeholders

- deliver editorial services including proofreading and copy editing, ensuring copy adheres to house stylex and is consistent in quality and tone of voice

- support the wider department as needed, including building other email campaigns.

This is a fixed-term, part-time role - three days a week (24 hours per week). You will work from home initially, with the option to work from BMA House in London when we return to the office after 1 Jan 2020.

In return, you will receive:

- 27 days` holiday pro rata, plus 1 company day and public holidays (pro rata )

- double-matched pension contributions up to 12% of salary

- additional flexible benefits.

Diversity monitoring: We need your support. We want to make sure our staff come from a variety of backgrounds so we especially welcome applications from disadvantaged communities. Even if you`re not selected, it would be really helpful if you could complete the equal ops data when you apply for this role, because we can make sure we`re encouraging a diversity of people to apply. Thank you very much.

You will be working remotely, but we`ll provide all the support you need. If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, please apply through our website.

Work Permit:

All applicants must be based in the UK and confirm that they are able to prove their eligibility to work in the UK.