EDQM is looking to recruit a Scientific Editor (English Language Publications) to join their team on a full-time basis.
Are you a dynamic and motivated scientist with a taste for scientific editing? Do you have an enquiring mind and a desire to learn? Would you like to contribute to public health protection by working on the legally binding texts of the European Pharmacopoeia? If so, our job offer may be the right opportunity for you.
Main responsibilities of the job:
As Scientific Editor – English Language Publications you will be expected to provide scientific editing support during the drafting of English texts to be published in Pharmeuropa for public consultation or in the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.) and for scientific articles drafted by non-native English speakers.
*Please consult the vacancy notice for more details.
What we offer:
*If you meet the eligibility criteria and have the nationality of one of the 47 member states, please submit your application using our online recruitment website.
*For more information on how to apply, please click the “Apply” button.
With over 2000 staff representing all its 47 member States, the Council of Europe is a multicultural organisation. We all strive towards protecting human rights, democracy and the rule of law and our three core values - professionalism, integrity and respect - guide the way we work. The European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines & HealthCare (EDQM) is a leading organisation whose mission is to contribute to the protection of public health by promoting access to safe medicines and healthcare through the elaboration of quality standards, which are recognised as a scientific benchmark worldwide. These standards for medicines and their ingredients are compiled in the European Pharmacopoeia and are legally binding in 39 European Member States (and the European Union) but are widely used in the human and animal health sectors across the globe. The EDQM also develops guidelines and standards in the areas of blood transfusion, organ, tissue and cell transplantation and consumer health issues such as cosmetics and food contact materials. Watch our video for more information. Within the EDQM, the European Pharmacopoeia Department (EPD) is responsible for the technical and scientific Secretariat of the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.) Commission and for preparing the texts of the Ph. Eur. with the relevant groups of experts and working parties. The purpose of a pharmacopoeia is to promote public health by the provision of recognised common standards for the quality of medicines and their components. The Ph. Eur. thus plays a key role in ensuring that medicines in Europe are safe and of good quality. To elaborate on the Ph. Eur., EPD works with a network of more than 800 experts with an extensive scientific background in different disciplines and from all over Europe and beyond.
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