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Content manager (Improvements)

Royal Pharmaceutical Society
London (Greater)
Up to £55,000 per annum
Closing date
3 Oct 2021

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Are you passionate about creating high quality information resources for use in clinical care?

RPS is looking for a confident and experienced manager, or someone who is looking to progress to management, to join the Editorial team at Pharmaceutical Press. The role of Content Manager (Improvements) is to implement content strategy and oversee the longer-term planning and development of content for our flagship publications, the British National Formulary and Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference.  You’ll deliver high quality, well-structured editorial content through content creation and improvement projects, and champion continual improvement in our publications and processes.  You’ll have experience in managing and motiving a team of skilled staff, working collaboratively with other managers, and communicating with stakeholders.

Content Manager (Improvements) Requirements:

  • Degree in pharmacy, medicine, or related clinical field and a good knowledge of the clinical uses of drugs and medicines or other relevant discipline;
  • Ability to manage and motivate teams;
  • Proven ability to manage complex projects on budget and to schedule
  • A good understanding of editorial process;
  • Awareness of the UK and international markets for pharmaceutical, scientific and healthcare information;
  • Experience of stakeholder management at a senior level

What we offer

We have a friendly, supportive, and collaborative work environment with an attractive remuneration package. Benefits include excellent work life balance (35 hour work week & flexitime), professional learning and development opportunities, 33 days’ holiday, with the option to purchase additional annual leave, multiple discounts from major stores, Ride2work, interest free season ticket loans and enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption pay.  We host regular social events and you can get involved in our diversity and inclusion groups, and charity fundraising initiatives.

We continue to support our employees to work flexibly and from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. When our London office re-opens, there is an expectation for this role to work from our London office on occasions where there is a need to do so; until then, the majority of the role can be done at home.

We are an equal opportunities employer and encourage applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates and people of all abilities.

If you would like to learn more about the role, please visit our career page. 



What we do

* We are proud to be the professional body for pharmacists and pharmacy.
* We promote pharmacy to ensure pharmacists are recognised within the NHS and wider society, as the experts in medicine.
* We make sure the voice of the pharmacy profession is heard in the development of healthcare policy.
* We promote the advancement of science, practice and education in pharmacy.
* We provide our members with the support and development they need to fulfil their professional potential.

How we work

We put our members at the heart of everything we do, working collaboratively with stakeholders across the profession to enhance the reputation and develop the role of pharmacy and through this meet the needs of our members.

Find Us
Royal Pharmaceutical Society
020 7735 914
1 Lambeth High Street
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