IASP is recruiting for an Editorial Coordinator. This position provides editorial and administrative support to contribute to the daily operations of the IASP journals: PAIN and Pain Reports. The ideal candidate will be meticulously organized and interested in scholarly publishing.
Provide support in managing the operations of PAIN and Pain Reports, including administrative and clerical tasks.
Process manuscripts submitted via the web-based Editorial Manager system.
Assist with smooth progression of journal manuscripts from initial submission through peer review to final decision.
Check manuscripts to ensure that files are in proper format with required author forms.
Assist editors, reviewers, and authors with technical problems and status questions.
Perform changes to submitted files as needed prior to manuscripts being forwarded to reviewers or publisher.
Assist with payment process for Open Access fees.
Process video submissions.
Track data on review process for Section Editors and provide status reports.
Stage issues prior to publication.
Serve as publications liaison to marketing department which includes provision of social media content.
Update internal and external databases, websites, and resources as required.
Communicate with internal and external stakeholders, including authors, editors, and societies.
Liaise with colleagues in other IASP departments as needed.
Complete ad hoc special projects as needed and assist other IASP staff who work on the content and issues related to the journals.
Knowledge of online manuscript submission software/systems. Proficient in use of MS Office; basic understanding of Adobe Photoshop, Excel, and Acrobat. Content management system experience. Detail-oriented. Strong demonstration of excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent customer service skills. Professional demeanor; sensitive to social practices in other cultures. Ability to work independently.
About The International Association for the Study of Pain
Vision Statement: Working together for pain relief throughout the world
Mission: IASP brings together scientists, clinicians, health-care providers, and policymakers to stimulate and support the study of pain and to translate that knowledge into improved pain relief worldwide.
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