Therapeutic Guidelines Limited is an independent not-for-profit organisation that publishes clinical advice for healthcare professionals in a point-of-care digital product, eTG complete. Its aim is to promote the quality use of medicines, and it does this by bringing together clinical experts from around Australia to engage in the creation and review of content. Therapeutic Guidelines is widely considered to provide an unsurpassed source of best practice therapeutic information. Further information is provided at www.tg.org.au.
We are seeking a full-time editor to join our high performing team. This is a unique opportunity to become part of a great Australian success story and have national impact on prescribing in Australia. If you are looking for an opportunity to apply your clinical skills in a new area, this is a role where you will be trained to be an editor and work with an Expert Group to update clinical advice in line with the latest evidence. Each editor is responsible for leading the review of a clinical guideline and requires strong communication and project management skills.
The ideal candidate would have a graduate qualification in pharmacy, pharmacology or medicine, and a minimum of 3 years post-graduate clinical experience. Qualifications or experience in editing, writing, or publishing are desirable, but not essential. A position description is available by visiting this link.
Therapeutic Guidelines is based in West Melbourne. We have a very motivated team, and enjoy a social and flexible working environment. An attractive remuneration package is offered, including rostered days off, and access to salary packaging.
Here’s a chance to do something different and make an impact on the quality use of medicines in Australia – come and join us!
To apply for the position, please email a covering letter and CV to Alli Patterson, Editorial Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Start date: April 2020, with some flexibility
Closing date: Monday 24 February 2020
Expressions of Interest
We welcome expressions of interest to become involved in the community behind Therapeutic Guidelines. If you are interested, please send your resume and a cover letter explaining your interest to email@example.com.
Expert Group Member
Experts Group Members work with an Editor to develop and review topics in a particular therapy area. An Expert Group is usually composed of approximately 14 people, including a Chair, an Editor, experts in relevant medical specialties, general practitioners, paediatricians, pharmacists and allied health professionals from around Australia.
Evaluation Network Member
The Evaluation Network includes users of eTG complete, from medical and pharmacy students to experienced healthcare professionals. Members of the Evaluation Network provide feedback to the Editorial Team at regular intervals that informs project planning and topic revision.