Other Opportunities

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Other job opportunities

Science Programme Manager (Research Funding)

WCRF International leads and unifies a network of cancer prevention charities based in Europe, the Americas and Asia and is responsible for cancer prevention science, policy, strategic and operational direction to the network charities.

The advertised post is a central role within the Research Funding and Science Activities Team, covering all aspects of research management, from launching new calls for applications through to the active monitoring of funded projects.

We are seeking an experienced Research Funding Programme Manager to manage our research grant programme. This is a particularly exciting time for our science work and the postholder will play a key role in shaping the future of our research funding portfolio. The successful candidate will work efficiently with colleagues around the network and external stakeholders to drive research innovation, effective research dissemination and assist with income generation working closely with Fundraising colleagues and their supporter networks.

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Director, Scale-up Project, Reproductive Health – PATH

Location: Seattle, WA– United States

Reporting to the Associate Director of Reproductive Health, the Director of the Scale –Up Project sets strategic direction for the project, provides overall project leadership and management, and manages implementation of the new screening and precancer treatment activities. In addition, the Director will act as the Medical Advisor for Women’s Cancers serving as a source of clinical and research expertise for other cervical and breast cancer projects.

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Medical Writer – American Cancer Society Journal

The American Cancer Society Journal is looking for a medical writer for an ongoing project. 

CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians, is an official journal of the American Cancer Society (ACS), published six times per year by the society’s publishing partner, Wiley. Its readership includes primary care physicians; medical, surgical, and radiation oncologists; nurses; other health care and public health professionals; and students in various health care fields. 

This position will be responsible for writing two articles for the journal’s “Perspectives” section each issue.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have experience in writing about cancer for a professional audience;
  • Be able to scan the oncology and general medical literature for relevant research to recommend for coverage in “Perspectives;”
  • Be comfortable working very closely with a physician editor-in-chief while developing the articles; and
  • Adhere to all deadlines.
  • Although a medical degree is not a requirement, strong preference will be given to applicants who are oncologists or related cancer care professionals.

The Process:

Each issue, you will be responsible for writing two in-depth news report (1000-1500 words) describing a recently-published peer-reviewed research article. The topic for each news report will be determined in a 30-minute phone meeting with the journal’s editor, an editor from Wiley, and a managing editor from the ACS. Your responsibilities include suggesting research studies to cover; collaborating with the journal’s physician editor (who will also suggest topics) to select the study you will write about and expert sources; interviewing two experts for each article; and writing a news report on the research for a physician audience.

To Apply: 

Send your CV and two writing clips to dantolin@wiley.com.