Nature Astronomy is hiring!

We are looking for a locum associate or senior editor to join the Nature Astronomy team from mid-September 2021 and until mid-September 2022. The editor will be based either in London, New York, Berlin or Shanghai!
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Nature Astronomy is hiring! A fixed-term position for an associate or senior editor is available, starting in mid-September 2021 and based in any of the Nature editorial hubs (London, New York, Berlin, Shanghai). We are especially keen to hear from people with expertise in extragalactic astronomy, theoretical astrophysics, or cosmology but all excellent applications will be considered.
We particularly encourage applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds who will add their unique voice and perspective to Nature Astronomy's already established track record of content in the areas of diversity, equity and inclusion!
Anyone who has interacted with me in my capacity as a Nature Astronomy editor will have heard me rave about how amazing a job this is! If you have any questions or want to know more, do not hesitate to reach out to me or any other member of the Nature Astronomy team.
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