StudyPRN Job Opportunities

Do you have what it takes to join our team?

We have a variety of roles available at StudyPRN, from working behind-the-scenes in Customer Support to becoming a Resource Editor for our exam revision resources. A list of all our available positions and a detailed explanation of each role can be found below.


Resource Editor - Job Roles

For the following Resource Editor positions, we require candidates to be current Healthcare Professionals working in a Consultant role. It is preferred that applicants are UK based, but we will accept applications from overseas candidates if their English is of an adequate standard.

Request More Info Dermatology SCE (Resource Editor)

As Resource Editor, you will be responsible for the overall quality of the Dermatology SCE revision resource. Your responsibilities will include:


Request More Info European Specialty Exam in Gastroenterology & Hepatology (Resource Editor)

As Resource Editor, you will be responsible for the overall quality of the European Specialty Exam in Gastroenterology & Hepatology revision resource. Your responsibilities will include:


Request More Info Geriatric Medicine SCE (Resource Editor)

As Resource Editor, you will be responsible for the overall quality of the Geriatric Medicine SCE revision resource. Your responsibilities will include:


Request More Info Neurology SCE (Resource Editor)

As Resource Editor, you will be responsible for the overall quality of the Neurology SCE revision resource. Your responsibilities will include:


Request More Info NMC Test of Competence for Nurses CBT (Resource Editor)

As Resource Editor, you will be responsible for the overall quality of the NMC Test of Competence CBT revision resource. Your responsibilities will include:


Resource Authors - Job Roles

We're continuously working on and expanding our question bank, which is why we're constantly on the look out for medical experts to author questions for our exam revision resources.

The role itself is entirely flexible, as it is designed to fit alongside your current work schedule. We typically commission our authors in batches of 5 or 10 questions at a time, with a deadline of 2–4 weeks (depending on your capacity). There is no obligation to complete a certain number of commissions in a given time frame, so you can write questions as and when you have time.

To begin with, you would need to be approved, which can be done by sending us one sample question. Your approved sample question will be treated as the first question, so you would only have to write either 4 or 9 more for your first batch (depending on whether you choose to take on 5 or 10 questions initially).

A certificate worth 2 hours of CPD points will also be awarded for every 10 questions written.

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Customer Support - Job Roles

No current vacancies available