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The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) has an excellent opportunity for an Editorial Assistant to join us on a temporary basis for eighteen months.   The RSC invests in educating future generations of scientists. We raise and maintain standards. We partner with industry and academia, promoting collaboration and innovation. We advise governments on policy, and we promote the talent, information and ideas that lead to great advances in science. In the UK, we are the largest non-governmental funder of chemistry education, and we influence government policy to ensure that opportunities to develop skills meet the unique needs of chemistry. We believe that everyone should have access to a high-quality chemistry education which is engaging, inspiring and relevant, and that good science education starts in primary school.   Our Education Platforms, Publishing and Products team works closely with other education-focused teams at the RSC to provide relevant and useful advice, resources, and practical support to educators and their students in schools, colleges and universities.   In this Editorial Assistant role you will support our Education Platforms, Publishing and Products team by providing editorial support for our Education in Chemistry magazine and teaching resources. You will also provide day-to-day customer service around our offering and administrative support, including monthly reporting, setting up meetings and supporting financial processes. Working with colleagues across our wider teams you will contribute to the success of our programmes and support for chemistry teachers.   You will have:    - Excellent written English and communication skills. - Great interpersonal skills and a proactive approach to customer service. - Some experience of proofreading, editing or digital content management. - The ability to cultivate and maintain positive relations with customers and other stakeholders. - Strong interest in science education and outreach, along with some knowledge of UK and Irish education systems. - Good organisational skills and the ability to manage competing demands and workload.   As an organisation we are embracing hybrid working, and homeworking/remote working within the UK could be considered for this role. Applicants should be aware that there is an expectation that employees will attend our Cambridge UK office as needed for their role, with some travel for meetings, events and conferences expected.   Visit our Work For Us website to learn more about us, our benefits and Equal Opportunities Statement and Inclusive Culture Pledge.   If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply before the end of our closing date.   View and download the full job description here.
Job Code
0409
City
Cambridge
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United Kingdom
Country
UK
Closing Date
12/07/2022
Location: Home Based or Hybrid Salary: £54,936-£67,146 About the RSC The Royal Society of Chemistry is a not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to advance chemical sciences. As a not-for-profit publisher, we reinvest surplus funds back into the global scientific community, supporting our purpose to help the chemical science community make the world a better place. The RSC strives to continuously innovate its product and services to adapt to market and customer needs, maintain relevancy and diversify revenues from print journals. This requires a market-led and ‘outside-in’ thinking approach to product and service innovation.   Benefits:   At the Royal Society of Chemistry, we promote a healthy work/life balance and flexible working options across the organisation. We offer a comprehensive benefits package to all employees including: - 26 days paid holiday per annum - 35-hour working week with flexible options - Enhanced maternity and paternity leave - Paid volunteering days - Pension plan with up to 12% employer contributions (depending upon your contribution) - Life assurance at four times basic annual salary The role We are looking for an experienced and passionate Senior Product Designer to join our growing team to be part of an exciting Digital Transformation programme.   As a Senior Product Designer you and your team will be responsible for creating brilliantly simple, innovative and intuitive digital experiences. You will be a champion for user needs and will advocate across the organisation for a user-centred design approach to solving problems.   You will be fully involved in creating UX and product strategies that aligns with the overall RSC mission and KPIs. You will also help mentor and coach the less experienced members of your team so we continue to grow and improve together. In this role you will be the ‘voice of the customer’ and ensure the user is considered throughout the design and development process.   What we are looking for: - experience of working in user experience or product design related roles - a clear understanding of Human-centred design and Design Thinking and how they are applied to problem solving - create and apply UX strategies that align with organisational goals - experience of organising and executing usability testing - source and analyse insight to iteratively improve user experiences - design effective user interfaces and justify your design decisions - experience in creating and maintaining design personas and customer journey maps able to develop excellent working relationships as well as business stakeholders to communicate and deliver on requirements   A full job description is available here. Please note that internally this role is called Senior UX Designer.   This role is advertised with an open end date and the candidates will be interviewed through July and August 2022. If you are interested in this role, please apply.   If you have any questions, please contact us at jobs@rsc.org   
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United Kingdom
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Cambridge
Country
UK
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) seeks a Programme Officer, Science to join us on a temporary basis until the end of January 2023.   The Royal Society of Chemistry is an internationally renowned publisher of high quality chemical science knowledge and the professional body for chemists in the UK, with a thriving international community of over 48,000 members in 125 countries and over 550 staff. As a not-for-profit organisation, we reinvest all of our income to achieve our charitable objectives to support the chemical sciences community and advance chemistry.   We have strong links with the people teaching and practising chemistry in schools, colleges, universities and industry. We are the biggest non-governmental investor in chemistry education in the UK, we accredit over 95 per cent of chemistry degrees in the UK and Ireland, we support over 300 small and medium sized companies in the chemical sciences, and we are a powerful advocate for the chemical sciences at the government level influencing science, education and innovation policy.    As a Programme Officer for the Royal Society of Chemistry, you will play a crucial role in providing support to our Science Communities (formally known as RSC Science Divisions) and to Heads of Chemistry UK. You will work closely with programme specialists in the team to continually improve the support we provide to our Science Communities, as well as enhance the links between them and the impact of their activities. You will also work in partnership with colleagues in our Awards & Grants and Conferences Development teams to ensure effective and impactful links with our Science Communities.   In line with our 2021-25 strategy, this is an exciting opportunity to support our community as they advance knowledge and collaborate in a changing world.   We are looking for:   Essential: - Science degree or equivalent. - Strong project and time management skills. - Ability to deliver multiple projects in parallel and involving internal and external stakeholders. - Strong written and oral communication skills, with excellent interpersonal skills and commitment to continuous improvement. - Demonstrable ability to work both as part of multifunctional teams and independently. - Good IT skills and abilities.  Desirable: - Experience interacting with people at a variety of levels in different sectors. - An awareness of aspects of the research and innovation environment (e.g. research funding, higher education reform, science and the economy).  The contractual base for this role is our Cambridge office, however we are currently embracing hybrid working, and therefore you will have the opportunity to work from a location other than this, as agreed with your line manager. Applicants should be aware that there is an expectation that employees will attend the offices as needed for their role.   Visit our Work For Us website to learn more about us, our benefits and Equal Opportunities Statement and Inclusive Culture Pledge.   If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply before the end of our closing date.   View and download the full job description here.
Job Code
0209
City
Cambridge
Country
UK
Closing Date
11/07/2022
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) has a great opportunity for a Senior Membership Coordinator to join us on a permanent basis.   With over 48,000 members from 125 countries, this role is a part of our busy Membership Operations Team that provides the ‘front line service’ for customer enquiries. The team are responsible for administration of membership through the efficient processing of applications, admissions, exits and renewals. Our Membership Operations Team, using our membership management system, are responsible for the accurate administration of members’ records, processing of applications, process of members’ subscription payments as well as providing advice and guidance on all aspects of membership both internally and externally.   As our Senior Membership Coordinator, supporting our Membership Operations Manager, you will  ensure that the team develops and maintains an understanding of processes and systems and that members data, applications and admissions and subscription details are processed in an accurate and timely manner. In this role you will provide support for defined administrative processes and system procedures. The core purpose of this role is to ensure the delivery of a high standard of customer service to our members, potential members and all other contacts.   We are looking for:  - Excellent organisational skills. - Understands the importance of membership and the RSC’s role as a professional body. - Excellent communication and IT skills. - Articulate communicator with experience in a customer-focussed environment. - Excellent interpersonal skills and proven team working ability. - Ability to work to tight deadlines and understand the importance of prioritising work. - An awareness of data protection issues at all times.  The contractual base for this role is our Cambridge office, however we are currently embracing hybrid working, and therefore you will have the opportunity to work from a location other than this, as agreed with your line manager. Applicants should be aware that there is an expectation that employees will attend the offices as needed for their role.   Visit our Work For Us website to learn more about us, our benefits and Equal Opportunities Statement and Inclusive Culture Pledge.   If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply before the end of our closing date.   View and download the full job description here.
Job Code
0024
City
Cambridge
Country
UK
Closing Date
11/07/2022
Jobs type: Full-time and Permanent Location: Home Based or Hybrid About the RSC The Royal Society of Chemistry is a not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to advance chemical sciences. As a not-for-profit publisher, we reinvest surplus funds back into the global scientific community, supporting our purpose to help the chemical science community make the world a better place. The RSC strives to continuously innovate its product and services to adapt to market and customer needs, maintain relevancy and diversify revenues from print journals. This requires a market-led and ‘outside-in’ thinking approach to product and service innovation.   Benefits   At the Royal Society of Chemistry, we promote a healthy work/life balance and flexible working options across the organisation. We offer a comprehensive benefits package to all employees including: - 26 days paid holiday per annum - 35-hour working week with flexible options - Enhanced maternity and paternity leave - Paid volunteering days - Pension plan with up to 12% employer contributions (depending upon your contribution) - Life assurance at four times basic annual salary The role Working within a newly established User Experience team, you will support digital product development and improve user experience by coordinating and running user research, design validation, and connecting development, product and service teams with user needs.     You will develop and share processes and best practice around quantitative and qualitative research and provide support for colleagues carrying out their own analysis.     This role helps to ensure our products and services are usable and intuitive, and that our designs and systems serve our users, by arranging, running, and analysing user research, as well as working with our Data Science and Insights team to collate and drive that knowledge out into the organisation.    Working closely with our UX Designers, the front-end development team and product managers, this role will drive and nurture user-centred design, helping to identify and validate opportunities for new product and service development, as well as user improvements in an agile software development and delivery organisation.   What we are looking for: - Degree level education or have equivalent experience in human behaviour related fields   - Deep understanding of Human-centred design and Design Thinking and how they are applied to problem solving   - Extensive experience in planning and conducting field studies and usability studies   - You’ll be practiced at a range of user research techniques: interviews, usability tests, A/B testing   - Ability to conduct both generative and evaluative research    - Excellent presentation and communication skills with an ability to interpret and articulate user experience findings persuasively to a wide audience   - Ability to develop a deep empathy and build rapport with your target users   - Experience in creating and maintaining design personas, empathy maps and customer journey maps   - Ability to gather, analyse and discerningly assess user data through web analytics, search and web logs, user surveys, support calls and research interviews   - Experience validating customer value propositions  - Any experience working in the publishing industry or with value streams would be an advantage  A full job description is available here and if you are interested in this role, please apply.   This role is advertised with an open end date and the candidates will be interviewed through July and August 2022.   If you have any questions, please contact us at jobs@rsc.org
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UK Please complete
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United Kingdom
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Cambridge
Country
UK
  Full time / part time opportunities Home based or hybrid          The Royal Society of Chemistry publishes 48 world-leading journals that span the core chemical sciences and related fields. Known for rigorous, fair peer review and fast publication times, our journals publish the best science, from original research articles to authoritative reviews. As a not-for-profit publisher, we reinvest surplus funds back into the global scientific community, supporting our purpose to help the chemical science community make the world a better place.   We are looking for Publishing / Assistant / Development Editors to join our Journal teams. These roles are an essential part of the whole publication process and work closely with external researchers (who are acting as authors, editors/board members, reviewers, etc.). These are varied roles where you will use your scientific knowledge, creativity, and team work to provide excellent customer service to our authors and reviewers.    Benefits: At the Royal Society of Chemistry, we promote a healthy work/life balance and flexible working options across the organisation. We offer a comprehensive benefits package to all employees including: - 26 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays - Up to 12% pension contribution - 35-hour working week with flexible options - Enhanced maternity and paternity leave - Paid volunteering days  To view the rest of our employee benefits, click here.   Due to regular progression and development within our Publishing Directorate, we recruit for these roles on an ongoing basis. We are happy to accept applications from candidates at all stages of their careers. Our aim is that our workforce, at all levels, will be truly representative of all sections of society and each employee feels respected and able to give their best. We will accept applications from candidates who qualify for Skilled Visa Sponsorship.   *We offer a competitive Salary Progression Scheme for this role. The starting salary is £28,430, on successful completion of probation (6 months) the salary will increase to £31,590. After 3 years of experience in the role, and with good performance, the salary will increase to £35,100 per annum.   Essential Requirements: - A degree in science, or relevant equivalent experience - Excellent communication skills interacting with internal and external colleagues - Strong organisational and time-management skills together with the ability to work under pressure, prioritise and to meet deadlines - Ability to work well as part of a team - A proactive approach to problem solving - Good attention to detail    Responsibilities could include (depending on the specific role): - Work in a defined journal portfolio, typically of 4-6 titles - Carry out the assessment and selection (through peer review) of high-quality articles and reviews for publication - Attract world class authors to publish in the journals through direct invitation - Promote content published in RSC journals in collaboration with Marketing colleagues - Assist in the peer review of manuscripts submitted to the journal(s) by advising and supporting external Editors. - Support the production of journals, including issue make up, themed collections, and associated tasks - Provide exceptional customer service to authors, reviewers, and external editors - National/European travel (where required)   Please refer to the three specific job descriptions below for more details. Publishing Editor Development Editor Assistant Editor   
Job Code
0000
City
Cambridge
or
United Kingdom
Country
UK
Closing Date
13/07/2022
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) seeks an Education Coordinator to support our strategic goals through regional engagement and delivery within Scotland.   As an Education Coordinator for the Royal Society of Chemistry in Scotland, you will help to ensure our programmes are tailored and relevant to meet the needs of the different curricula and support our education communities through working with internal and external stakeholders. You will also support the delivery of key education projects on a local basis and engage with our local members to act as advocates for chemistry, showcasing best practice in schools’ engagement activities.   A not-for-profit organisation with a heritage that spans over 175 years, the Royal Society of Chemistry invests in the education of future generations of scientists. We raise and maintain standards. We partner with industry and academia, promoting collaboration and innovation. We advise governments on policy, and we promote the talent, information and ideas that lead to great advances in science.   We provide advice, resources, and practical support to learners and educators in schools, colleges, and universities around the world. In the UK, we are the largest non-governmental funder of chemistry education and we influence government policy to ensure that opportunities to develop skills meet the unique needs of chemistry.   The role holder will:   - Project management and delivery of projects developed specifically to support our local education community needs in line with our strategy. - Champion and advise on local curricula to ensure our education programmes remain relevant to teachers. - Develop successful partnerships and relationships with organisations and education stakeholders in the nation to support delivery of the plans. - Delivery of key projects on a local basis.  We are looking for:   - A degree in science, preferably in the chemical sciences, or an equivalent qualification, together with evidence of working with schools, ideally with a teaching qualification. - An understanding of school level, further and higher education and a breadth of knowledge of the education systems in the UK and Ireland together with a deep knowledge of the local curricula. - An understanding of customer requirements, including those of: school teachers; school students; FE teachers, HE academics and support staff; HE students; careers advisors; employers; governments and its agencies, and non-government bodies. - Good project management, communication, team working and presentation skills and experience and the ability to work independently. - Experience of stakeholder relationship management. This opportunity is available on a temporary basis until July 2024, home-based within the UK/Scotland as this role will require extensive travel throughout Scotland, which may involve weekends and non-core working hours.   Visit our Work For Us website to learn more about us, our Equal Opportunities Statement and Inclusive Culture Pledge and benefits.   If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply before the end of our closing date.   View and download the full job description here.
Job Code
0852
City
Scotland
Country
UK
Closing Date
03/07/2022
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) has two great opportunities for News and Media Executives to join us on a temporary twelve-month basis.   Who are we?   Chemistry is at the centre of everything you can see, smell, touch and taste. Whether studying the chemistry of life, or developing the advanced science behind modern technology, chemical scientists use their expertise to improve our health, our environment and our daily lives. Collaboration is essential. At the Royal Society of Chemistry, we connect scientists with each other and society as a whole, so they can do their best work and make discoveries and innovation happen.   We publish new research. We develop, recognise and celebrate professional capabilities. We bring people together to spark new ideas and new partnerships. We support teachers to inspire future generations of scientists. And we speak up to influence the people making decisions that affect us all. We are a catalyst for the chemistry that enriches our world.   What does our team do?   We have an exceptional diversity of audiences – from schoolchildren to scientists to politicians and the public – and our work includes activities focused on our role as a professional body (supporting members and upholding standards), a publisher (through journals, books and databases), and as the voice of the chemical science community (campaigning to influence policies to make the world a better place).   Our traditional and social media presence must act as an international shop window for the organisation, its products, services and work, attracting attention, inspiring involvement and creating the desire to take action among all our audiences, proactively managing and enhancing our organisational reputation.   Who are we looking for?   We want you to use your proven skills to play a key role in the Royal Society of Chemistry’s award-winning communications team, helping to maximise our campaigns and community communications, across crucial themes of sustainability, inclusion and diversity and scientific innovation and discovery. We work with a range of internal and external stakeholders to continue our track record of securing high profile coverage in national and international media.   We want talented people looking to build their career in communications to bring creativity, ideas and enthusiasm to hugely varied projects across our communications channels, using digital, written, journalistic and project management skills to make the most of every opportunity.   This role can be home-based or hybrid within the UK, with the option of spending some of your working week in our Cambridge or London offices. As an organisation we are embracing hybrid working, and homeworking/remote working within the UK could be considered for this role. Applicants should be aware that there is an expectation that employees will attend the office as required for their role.   Visit our Work For Us website to learn more about us, our Equal Opportunities Statement and Inclusive Culture Pledge.   If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply before the end of our closing date.   Download the full job description here.
Job Code
0584 & 0586
City
London
or
Cambridge
or
Home based, UK
Country
UK
Closing Date
04/07/2022
We have an exciting opportunity to join the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Publishing team in Japan. As an Assistant Editorial Development Manager, you will be a key representative for publishing activities in Japan and South Korea supporting our strategic objectives and developments.     This role demands a proactive professional with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Your objectives will be to increase awareness of the RSC publishing programme by building relationships with scientists, academic institutions and scientific societies to develop the best authorship and readership for RSC publications and to become a trusted advisor to the community.   Essential skills and qualifications - MS. in a scientific field, Ph.D. preferred - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills - Proven ability to work as part of a global team - Good organisational and time-management skills are required together with the ability to work under pressure autonomously and to meet deadlines - Willingness to travel nationally and internationally - Up-to-date knowledge of and passion for the chemical sciences and publishing - Contacts with the relevant communities - Fluent in Japanese and English  Desirable skills and qualifications - Experience in, or knowledge of, Scientific, Technical & Medical publishing - Understanding of the Japanese education system and Japanese chemistry society landscape - Knowledge of Korean As a not-for-profit publisher, we reinvest surplus funds back into the global scientific community, supporting our mission to advance excellence in the chemical sciences. If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply before the closing date. Download the full job description here.
Job Code
0211
City
Tokyo
Country
JP
Closing Date
03/07/2022
We are looking for a Content Development Editor to join our Journals team in a dynamic, fast moving publishing environment. Working closely with the senior editors you will play a key role in improving the quality and quantity of articles submitted for publication, while continuing to promote the content and deliver journal Key Performance Indicators.   You will be involved in keeping track of trends and gaps in scientific research and interpreting those to the development of our journals and books. You will be responsible for establishing and maintaining close contact within the scientific community, by working directly with authors and editors to uphold an efficient peer review process which maintains high professional and scientific standards while operating at high volumes.   Your responsibilities will focus on:   Commissioning (Directly inviting authors to publish) - To directly contribute to the team’s commissioning, content development and marketing activities - To identify commissioning leads through desk-based research as well as visits and conferences - To commission articles in order to maintain, improve and develop the quality of the products - To collaborate with Marketing on innovative commissioning activities   Community interactions - To develop and maintain good relationships and excellent channels of communication with existing and potential authors, readers, referees, and Board members. - To maintain and develop RSC journals’ presence and impact in collaboration with journal and marketing team. - To represent RSC publications at various occasions in academia.   Strategic input to journals’ development plans - To support journal and portfolio development through data analysis and community insights - To identify emerging topics and market demands for the new development opportunities - To understand the competitor landscape and be able to reflect it in short term and long term plans   Other responsibilities - To work on cross-departmental projects from time to time, and ensure that every effort is made to progress RSC Publishing’s strategy - To develop and maintain an effective team work environment for the role’s purposes and be able to show ownership of results and process - To work closely with UK and China teams as required     We are looking for:   - A master’s degree or above in science (chemistry, material or environmental science normally preferred) - Strong research and analytical skills - Strong sense of responsibility and able to lead through the process towards good results - Understanding of China’s education and academic system - Demonstrated knowledge of academic publishing - Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills - Proven ability to work well in a team. - Good organisational and time-management skills are required together with the ability to work under pressure and to meet deadlines - Fluent in Mandarin and English   For a full job description, please click here.
Job Code
0465
City
Beijing
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Shanghai
Country
CN
    The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is looking for a Data Engineer. It is an exciting opportunity to join our Data Science & Insights team on a full-time basis.   As a Data Engineer you will be responsible for developing and maintaining the RSC data warehouse. The role is highly technical and hands-on and involves running projects to ensure that data is consolidated, standardised and accessible in a manner that is useful to the business. You will play a key role in data management, consolidation and analytics delivery across the RSC, ensuring a better use of data as an asset and a joined-up, shared view of customers, products and services. You will be involved in building and maintaining a secure, cloud data infrastructure to support the RSC’s needs.   We are looking for someone who has an experience in setting up a data warehouse and who enjoys communicating with the stakeholders.   We are looking for someone with: - Substantial data warehousing experience. Including familiarity with data related AWS technologies (e.g. Redshift and documentDB), pipelining (e.g. AWS Lambda and AWS Glue) and associated core technologies (e.g. SNS/SQS). - Strong programming skills and substantial experience designing and building data pipelines (e.g. Python). - Experience in data standardisation and QA techniques. - Familiarity with developing data interrogation and visualisation tools such as a single customer view (e.g. consolidating data from multiple CRMs) and analytics (e.g. PowerBI) Able to confidently work within a team and independently and clearly communicate technical concepts to both a technical and a non-technical audience.   The Royal Society of Chemistry is a not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to advance chemical sciences. We are a provider of knowledge, a professional body and a voice for chemical sciences, with a heritage that spans 179 years. We work with industry and academia to promote collaboration and innovation. We advise governments on policy, and we promote the talent, information and ideas that lead to great advances in science.   The Royal Society of Chemistry offers excellent benefits. The contractual base for this role is Cambridge, however we are currently embracing hybrid working, and therefore you will have the opportunity to work from a location other than this, as agreed with your line manager. Applicants should be aware that there is an expectation that employees will attend the offices as needed for their role.   A full job description is available here.
Job Code
0194
City
Cambridge
Country
UK
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is looking for an experienced Product Designer who will become the ‘voice of the customer’ and ensure the user is considered throughout the design and development process.   The Product Designer is a brand new and a very exciting role where you will be able to create and promote usable and on-brand user experiences throughout the RSC.   We are looking for a Product Designer who has strong experience of Design thinking and a track record of creating user interfaces. In this role you will contribute in building an effective design practice. You will be a key point to supply user insight and feedback to your team and to closely collaborate with different teams across the organisation.   About you: - You’ll have a sound understanding of Human-centred design and Design Thinking and how they are applied to problem solving - You’ll have a track record of creating effective user interfaces - You’ll be able to utilise the best interactive design practices - You’ll insist on user testing your designs and prototypes - You’ll be able to source and analyse insight to iteratively improve digital products - You’ll understand the importance of usability and accessibility - You’ll be happy leading co-creation workshops and mapping out customer journeys - Any experience contributing to a Design system is beneficial    The Royal Society of Chemistry is a not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to advance chemical sciences. We are a provider of knowledge, a professional body and a voice for chemical sciences, with a heritage that spans 179 years. We work with industry and academia to promote collaboration and innovation. We advise governments on policy, and we promote the talent, information and ideas that lead to great advances in science.   The Royal Society of Chemistry offers excellent benefits. As an organisation we are embracing hybrid working, and remote working within the UK could be considered for this role. Applicants should be aware that there is an expectation that employees will attend the office as needed for their role.   Visit our Work For Us website to learn more about us, our Equal Opportunities Statement and Inclusive Culture Pledge.   A full job description is available here. Please note that internally this role is called UX Designer.  
Job Code
tbc
City
United Kingdom
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United Kingdom
Country
UK