Oncology Associate Editor needed for
Annals of Medicine
About the role
Annals of Medicine is currently recruiting for an Associate Editor within the Oncology section. This role is a great opportunity for an academic with a strong research background in oncology, and who also has the commitment, drive and ability to help develop the journal. As part of this role, you will be responsible for making editorial decisions on a subset of manuscripts submitted to the section, delivering content of suitable scope and quality for publication within an agreed timeframe. You will be supported in this role with appropriate training and by a number of expert in-house teams at Taylor & Francis responsible for initial checking of papers and inviting of reviewers.
Becoming the editor of a journal is a rewarding and fulfilling experience where you have the opportunity to build your own networks, develop and promote the research in your field, and be recognized as a leading figure within the academic community.
Full list of roles currently available on Annals of Medicine
- Anesthesiology Section Editor
- Cardiology & Cardiovascular Disorders Associate Editor
- Cardiology & Cardiovascular Disorders Section Editor
- Dermatology Section Editor
- Nephrology Section Editor
- Oncology Associate Editor
- Oncology Section Editor
- Pharmacology Section Editor
- Public Health Section Editor
- Toxicology Section Editor
- Urology Section Editor
- Editorial Board Members
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About the journal
Annals of Medicine is an online, open access, international journal publishing across 33 areas of medicine and is part of our Elevate Series. The journal operates within the Elevate framework to focus on author satisfaction and processing quality manuscripts within a certain timeframe. The journal promotes collaboration across therapy areas and the open sharing of research. Combined with its scope covering translational medicine to clinical practice, Annals of Medicine is the home for researchers dedicated to supporting medical professionals in advancing practice for patients worldwide.
Key Skills and Attributes
Here are the skills and attributes we are looking for in a successful candidate:
- Experience in academic publishing.
- The capacity to devote time each week to the role, and to attend Editorial Board meetings and training sessions as needed.
- The ability to ensure all assigned manuscripts are considered in a prompt, consistent and professional manner.
- The ability to confidently use an online peer review management system following training.
- The ability to read, summarize, and make decisions based on independent reviewer reports.
- A commitment to engaging promptly and efficiently with Taylor & Francis staff and suppliers to implement necessary processes and improvements.
- A strong commitment to ethical rigour as well as knowledge of the COPE guidelines and commitment to ensure that the journal adheres to strict ethical standards at all times.
- A proven track record as a researcher and author within your academic discipline.
- Actively involved in growing and developing your academic networks through conference attendance and experience of networking through social media.
- Knowledge of and commitment to the open access publishing environment.
- Enthusiasm for the continuous development of the journal.
A role profile for the Associate Editor is available on request. Applications should include your CV and Cover Letter.
For any questions, or if you wish to be provided with the role profile, please contact Jenni Shackleton ([email protected]).
Don’t hesitate to ask should you need further information or have any questions. I hope you find this an exciting opportunity and look forward to hearing from you.
The journal is committed to ensuring diversity, equity and inclusion within its editorial team and decision making processes. All applications will be treated as strictly confidential, and each will be judged on its merits without bias for seniority of institutional affiliation. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, or religious creed, mental or physical disability, medical condition, genetic information, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital status, military or protected veteran status, citizenship, or other protected characteristics.