If you are a student interested in developing essential med-tech experience whilst receiving one-to-one tailored training in writing and online skills, please read about two new authorship opportunities that have been listed below. No previous experience required for application, work completed on a remote basis, acceptance subject to eligibility and experience.
We are happy to announce two new student position openings where there is the opportunity to join the team at UKMLA forums. We are looking for motivated individuals from diverse backgrounds who want to be a part of this outstanding team. We offer an inspiring and collaborative environment and the opportunity to learn transferable skills, while working with leading-edge medical education technology with high impact.
With passion, ambition and commitment to learning, out close-knit team support, challenge and inspire each other to be the best we can every day. The culture we’ve created combines our backgrounds from all fields to enable deep collaboration to encourage the creative process.
The two positions that are available are:
1. Student blog contributor
2. Medical student book collaborator
STUDENT BLOG CONTRIBUTOR
Essential: Create content for the UKMLA forums blog posts, edit content in line with feedback from the UKMLA forums Editorial Team, brief weekly virtual check-ins with a Marketing Consultant until post completed.
Expected: 1 week minimum commitment, longer-term commitment expected – we would love you to become a Senior Contributor.
Experience: certificate for your portfolio for every contribution, join a leading firm posting high-quality content about the future of medical education in the UK, learn essential blogging and writing skills with our tailored step-by-step guides and templates, develop essential writing and online skills with our one-to-one Marketing Consultant check-ins.
MEDICAL STUDENT CONTRIBUTING AUTHOR
Eligibility: Medical student
Essential: create medical school curriculum-based revision content, edit content in line with feedback from Senior Editorial team, weekly virtual check-ins until your assigned section has been completed.
Expected: 2 weeks minimum commitment, longer-term commitment expected – we would love you to become a Senior Author.
Experience: certificate for your portfolio for every contribution, join a leading firm changing the future of medical education in the UK, learn essential academic writing skills with our tailored step-by-step guides and templates, develop essential writing and online skills with our one-to-one Senior Editor check-ins.
To apply, please fill out this form. Applications close 15 March 2018.
These descriptions are intended to provide an outline of the duties and responsibilities of these two positions and may change subject to the evolution of the UKMLA forum’s governance structure, or with agreement between the successful applicant and Senior Editor and/or Marketing Consultant.
UKMLA forums will inform all applicants of whether or not they have been shortlisted to join the team. We wish you success in your application.
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