We’re looking for a motivated individual who abhors typos, thrives on deadlines, and can make peace with the Oxford comma. Our ideal candidate thrives on wearing many hats – not all of them editing-oriented.
The Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association (EMRA) is a nonprofit association serving more than 16,000 emergency medicine physicians in training. EMRA is an independent organization managed by the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP).
We need a dedicated professional to edit and project-manage a wide range of clinical publications. You will work with internal teams, freelance professionals, print/electronic vendors, and association members. You will also maintain online content (including posting to the EMRA website), support our volunteer podcasting team, and plan new publications. Additionally, all staff support the EMRA board, committees, events, and campaigns as needed. This job is fast-paced and ever-changing.
Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, or a related field
Five years’ related experience, including working with writers, graphic designers, freelance contractors, and printers
Experience managing digital publications and apps
Software requirements: Microsoft Office line, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft CRM database, web CMS
Project management experience and ability to meet deadlines
Occasional travel throughout the year (excluding COVID era)
Must be able to work occasional nights and weekends
Candidates must complete a communications exercise and an editing test if selected for an interview.
We are an equal opportunity employer offering a tobacco-free environment. Visit our website at www.acep.org.
About American College of Emergency Physicians
The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) is a national medical specialty society serving 41,000 members and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
ACEP promotes the highest quality of emergency care and is the leading advocate for emergency physicians and their patients, and the public. The College continually strives to improve the quality of emergency medical services through:
•The development of evidence-based clinical policies
•Funding emergency medicine research
•Providing public education on emergency care and disaster preparedness
•Legislative and regulatory advocacy efforts
•Providing industry-leading continuing medical education (CME) in the form of educational conferences, online training, professional references and news magazines
•Publishing Annals of Emergency Medicine, the specialty’s leading peer-reviewed scientific journal.