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Published on July 24th, 2018 | By: Faye Oney


ACerS is hiring a science writer/managing editor

Published on July 24th, 2018 | By: Faye Oney

[Image above] The science writer writes and edits our print and digital publications, including ACerS Bulletin and Ceramic Tech Today.



Do you enjoy writing and communicating science as much as you love doing the science? Do your colleagues and peers seek your help with their manuscripts? Do you silently correct other people’s grammar and spelling? Have you ever considered a career in science writing and publishing?


We’re looking for someone like you.


The job


The American Ceramic Society is hiring a science writer with the potential to be managing editor.


As a science writer, you would report on science and engineering advances, news and trends in the ceramic and glass industry, and the latest materials research.


You would also attend Society events, write blog posts for Ceramic Tech Today, and plan editorial content for ACerS Bulletin.


Your background


You have a degree in materials science, engineering, the physical sciences, or science writing. Bonus points if you have editorial experience with a professional association, trade, or B2B publisher. You are also passionate about everything science.


As a regular reader of CTT, you know there is a wealth of great news to share about ceramic and glass materials, as well as trends in science, engineering, and business. If your skills and background match our qualifications, you are invited to apply!


The perks


Plus, we have pretty great benefits, including paid medical insurance, dental, life, and accident insurance, paid time off, and a deferred savings plan. And you would be working with a great team in a cool new office in Westerville, Ohio! Oh, and did we mention unlimited coffee?


Check out the complete job description at this link. Please send a cover letter, resume, at least two writing samples, and salary requirements to:  jobs@ceramics.org.

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