The British Pharmacological Society has, at its heart, the development and promotion of pharmacology and of those who are training and working in the field. With over 3,500 members from over 60 countries around the world, we are a truly international organization.
We cover the whole spectrum of pharmacology, including laboratory, clinical, and toxicological aspects and support our members at work in academia, industry and the health service through our membership, conferences, education and policy initiatives, publications and grants.
The BPS employs 13 full time members of staff at our offices at Angel Gate in London. Our staff come from a mixture of third sector, commercial, publishing, scientific, financial and media backgrounds and deliver a range of initiatives, many of which are covered on this website, on behalf of the Society.
We offer excellent working conditions with a number of benefits including generous paid annual leave, bonus scheme, interest free season ticket loans, flexible working and a career averaged pension scheme.
The British Journal of Pharmacology (BJP) is a broad-based journal giving leading international coverage of all aspects of experimental pharmacology. It publishes high quality original research and authoritative reviews and is published fortnightly. The British Pharamcological Society is seeking to appoint a new Editor-in-Chief to succeed Professor Ian McGrath who will complete a full term at the end of 2015. The Editor-in-Chief will be responsible for continuing to improve the quality of BJP, and driving new initiatives for the journal. The Editor-in-Chief will deliver strategic direction to the journal, and contribute more broadly to BPS’s publication strategy. View job description.
Please direct any questions regarding the recruitment process to Ruth Meyer (020 7417 0110, email@example.com). The deadline for applications is Monday 11 May 2015 and interviews will be held in the second week of June.