Job Post: THCB Editorial

THCB is looking for talented interns to assist with editorial, research and web production tasks as our web site undergoes a major expansion. Perfect for a grad or med student with an interest in journalism, public policy, and/or the business of health care.  Work out of a great home office location in the Princeton area, convenient to both Princeton University and UMDNJ. Reasonable train ride from midtown Manhattan. Production and research opportunities may also be available in our San Francisco offices for qualified candidates.

Editorial candidates should have an in depth familiarity with at least one area of the healthcare or tech industries and strong writing and editing skills.  Web production candidates should know their way around content management systems like Typepad (our current platform) and WordPress, our CMS in the not-too-distant-future.  Basic photoshop / fireworks / gimp or comparable image editing software required.

Send us an email telling us a little bit about yourself and detailing the reasons you’re interested in the position. If you’re a candidate for the editorial role send us a few clips to give us a feel for your writing style.

Responses to THCB  Editor in chief John Irvine  john@thehealthcareblog.com. No calls please!

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