Awesome benefits. Relaxed staff (as far as Washington DC goes). Plenty of free food in the kitchen. Really cool building with a great history. Get exposure to renowned scientists.
Non-profit with non-profit pay. There's high staff turnover, possibly because there isn't much room for growth. Management is for the most part set in stone, so there's little change.
Advice to Management
Ditch prearranged editors.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at PNAS (Washington, DC).
Found job listing their website. They contacted me through email for interview. Person contacting me was part of editorial management team. All of the interview questions were pretty typical. ("Why do you want this job; introduce yourself; etc)
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