Edanz is looking for experienced and well-qualified freelance Science Editors, especially in biomedical and clinical subject areas.
Editors can work from anywhere in the world, choosing a schedule that fits their lifestyle and availability. They only require a secure, reliable internet connection and a private computer.
What do we offer?
A tailored online training course is provided during onboarding to outline best editing practices and house style. Feedback is provided regularly by Quality Control team members for live assignments throughout the working relationship, and a detailed expert handbook serves as an additional source of guidance. Editorial team members provide support for any questions or issues in a competent and friendly way. Our rates are competitive within the industry.
What makes an Edanz Science Editor?
- Native English speaker,
- Experienced in editing for and/or submitting to SCI journals, and
- Passes a challenging editing test
Science Editor with a PhD degree:
- PhD in a specialized field, and
- Verifiable publication record
Science Editor without a PhD degree:
- 3+ years as a dedicated scientific editor, and/or
- Certified scientific editor (e.g., BELS)
How to apply?
Please apply via our Edanz Expert Resources portal using the link below. Please start by creating a user profile and completing a timed, multiple-choice quiz. After passing the quiz, you will be able to upload your CV and application form.
Edanz Freelancer Application: https://freelancers.edanz.com/course/view.php?id=15
Edanz was established in Japan in 1995 and has helped thousands of researchers all over the world successfully publish in international journals. A member of the M3 group, Edanz provides editing, research consulting, medical writing, and tailored services to help researchers reach their professional goals. As an associate member of COPE, Edanz actively supports the current industry standards in publication and research ethics.