We are after enthusiastic students to join our team of publishing assistants. This role is very self defined and you can be responsible for finance, social media and book production.
Payment equivalent to £3,168 to £4,752 plus expenses over the whole year, depending on hours worked, age, and experience.
We require two part time Executive Assistants to our Chief Operations Officer, working 10-15 hours a week, 44 weeks in the year, starting on 21st November 2017.
The role requires a flexible, hardworking, innovative medical student/professional, with an eye for detail, and the creative flair to help facilitate making education more fun and more efficient for students worldwide. You will be expected to help within your skill level, with the operations of the company, from book production, to marketing, to finance, to attending conferences to promote our textbooks.
You will be reporting directly to the Chief Operations Officer and assisting them in their duties.
Example tasks include:
Working with a group of authors to develop a manageable schedule, with checkpoints and review process to maintain quality and adequate communication. Reviewing the tile, identifying its key strengths and weakness, and developing an individualised marketing campaign for launch.
Working with our medical school partners, ensuring good relationships, and effective engagement with the student committee with our products and opportunities.
Collating and analysing financial transactions, ensuring invoices are generated, received and processed, and looking to see where efficiencies may be created in our day-to-day operations.
Monitoring evidence and auditing – ensuring action plans are followed through, and identifying problems early, with development of appropriate management strategies.
Recruiting new members of the core work force, including authors, editors, book reviewers, and Unofficial Guide to Medicine ambassadors.
Attending either virtually or in person a monthly Unofficial Guide to Medicine team meeting to set company agenda for the ongoing month.
We acknowledge that medical students/professionals have important professional commitments, and will work within those constraints to ensure your work with the Unofficial Guide to Medicine supports your development as a doctor, and doesn't hinder it.
Minimum work experience:
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