- Do you have broad interest in ombuds work?
- Do you want to help the profession advance intellectually and pragmatically?
- Do you enjoy working collaboratively to produce dynamic, useful results?
Position Description: Collaborate with co-editors and existing associate editors to plan future volumes and themes, communicate with authors, review submissions, coordinate peer reviews, shepherd pieces through the publication process, edit and refine copy, and publicize and market the Journal.
Desired Skills: Ideal candidates will be skilled communicators with a love of the written word and a highly cooperative approach. Additional assets may include an international perspective, strong networking abilities, familiarity with or interest in digital technology and social media, experience with publishing and/or journalism, or an academic/researched-based background.
Benefits of Participation:
- Gain editorial experience
- Connect with a wide range of colleagues within and beyond the IOA
- Enjoy early exposure to cutting-edge research
- Contribute to a burgeoning literature that supports and advances our unique and important profession
Time Commitment: At least one teleconference of 90 minutes and up to 10 hours of additional work per month, though highly variable depending on assigned tasks.
All applications and nominations are welcome via a brief Letter of Interest at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please inquire by September 15, 2015.
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