The British Society for Immunology is a charity whose mission is to promote excellence in our field of research and clinical practice in order to improve human and animal health. We work closely with our membership to support current and future generations of immunologists.
Part of our role is to explain immunology to the public and to others working in science and healthcare bodies. Working at the Society can give you a varied and highly interesting career, allowing you to make a real difference to the lives of those who are at the forefront of biomedical innovation. We are a friendly and accessible organisation that offers a good range of benefits and works with many different groups to pursue our aims. You can find a list of staff vacancies below. Most positions operate from our head office in Holborn. Additionally, we sometimes have positions available for our members to volunteer with us. These opportunities are also listed below.
Please note, we do not operate any research labs ourselves and are unable to offer any placements to provide you with direct experience of working in an immunology lab within our organisation. If you are interested in gaining this type of experience, you may find it useful to have a look at our grants page or our jobs board.
The British Society for Immunology (BSI) is a dynamic membership organisation and learned society, with a mission to promote excellence in immunology research, scholarship and clinical practice for the benefit of human and animal health. The BSI’s official journals, Immunology and Clinical & Experimental Immunology, are influential and authoritative voices in the immunology community, a dynamic field encompassing scientists in research labs and clinics globally. We are looking for an Editorial Assistant with strong organisational and problem-solving skills and a passion for great customer service to join our team in Central London. The role-holder will be responsible for administrating the peer review process on the Society's journals, Immunology and Clinical & Experimental Immunology, providing support to the Editorial Board for a range of commissioning activities, and communicating with authors, reviewers and editors to answer questions and resolve any difficulties they might have.
This role is ideally suited to an intelligent and organised graduate, who is looking to build up their experience in the publishing sector. If you feel that you have the required skills for this role, please read the full job description and send a CV and cover letter outlining your suitability for the role to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday 24 February 2019.
Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications that we receive, it is not possible to respond to all applicants individually. We request no contact from agencies.