Animal Pharm, a news service that provides business to business news, features, analysis and comment for the global animal health industry is seeking for a Senior Reporter to join its team. 

A scientific background would be an advantage, as would a working knowledge of the pharmaceutical, food animal and companion animal sectors. 

You must above all possess the ability to write flawless English, although knowledge of one or more foreign languages would also be a distinct advantage.

As a Senior Reporter you will be responsible for news gathering, writing and subbing for the daily online and fortnightly print channels, liaising with commercial departments and representing the title at industry events and conferences - so you must be willing to travel to industry events.

The ideal candidate will also have social media skills and the ability to lead the Animal Pharm efforts to venture into this sphere. 

In return you will be joining a leading publications company, Informa, who houses award winning commercial titles and publications. 

For more details on the application procedure please see here

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