South East Asia Editor
Location: SE Asia
The BMJ is looking for a doctor in South East Asia to join the journal’s education team on a part time basis.
You will understand the learning needs of The BMJ’s international readership, and how education articles can help improve their practice. You will be able to commission, peer review, and edit education articles for publication in The BMJ. You will be a clinician of international outlook, and you will also help develop The BMJ’s readership in South East Asia.
You will preferably be a doctor with broad experience (a generalist rather than a sub-specialist) with at least three years of recent clinical practice. Applicants from secondary or primary care are welcome to apply.
If you are interested in this job please send us the following by Friday 12th October 2018.
- a cover letter explaining why you want the job (max 500 word)
- your CV (no more than 2 pages)
- brief outline of three education articles which you would like to commission for The BMJ (max 500 word)
- brief ideas for how The BMJ might increase its readership in South East Asia (max 500 word)
To apply, please send your application to Dr Kamran Abbasi, Executive Editor, The BMJ by clicking the apply button.