Translational Exercise Physiology and Medicine(TEPM) is an international Open Access journal focusing on the study of translational mechanisms of exercise and exercise prescription practices; it is also a new journal supported especially by Shanghai Jiao Tong University. The journal aims to aims to publish groundbreaking new discoveries and technologies in the field of exercise translational physiology and medicine, promote the integration and development of cutting-edge cross-cutting fields, facilitate communication among scientists, physicians and entrepreneurs in the field, and explore future development trends.
We’re looking for 2 full-time editors who:
1. Master degree or above (PhD is preferred).
2. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be fluent in English (written and spoken). Previous experience in a research and publishing in Biology and Medicine is preferred but not essential.
3. Familiar with text and graphics computer applications. Should be computer literate and proficient with word processing (MS Word) and spreadsheet (MS Excel) and MS PowerPoint computer applications, as well as internet use for searching and research and email.
4. A passion for publishing industry. Strong sense of responsibility and a rigorous, patient and meticulous work style. Editorial experience, academic journal management and manuscript processing experience are preferred.
5. Candidates with with expertise in translational exercise physiology and medicine or related disciplines are preferred.
6. Basic legal awareness, respect for independent intellectual property rights, strong sense of responsibility, pragmatic and conscientious work.
The Responsibilities Include:
1. Handling original research papers, and working closely with other editors on all aspects of the editorial process, including manuscript selection and overseeing peer review.
2. Assisting in planning periodical, commission articles, and call for papers.
3. Responsible for journal promotion and EBM related work. Liaising with editors and experts in the international scientific community.
4. Participating or organizing academic conferences to enhance the influence and visibility of the journal.
5. Ad-hoc, such as journal data collection and financial issues, etc.