Irish Journal of Sociology UK Regional Editor 2015-16 Call for Applications
Deadline for Applications:
30 November 2014, 17:00 (GMT)
The Irish Journal of Sociology (IJS)is seeking to recruit a second UK Regional Editor to serve a 2-year term from 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2016 (serving alongside the current UK Regional Editor, Dr. Lucy Michael, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland).
About the Journal
The Irish Journal of Sociology is an international peer-reviewed core journal, founded in 1991. Published twice a year (May and November), it is the official journal of the national sociological association, the Sociological Association of Ireland (SAI), and is published by Manchester University Press. The purpose of the journal is to stimulate and communicate sociological research about Irish society as well as to publish high-quality papers, reflecting the theoretical, substantive, and methodological range of the discipline, that are not related to Ireland. It also publishes solicited book reviews, research notes, and articles in four new in-brief sections (archives, databases, debates, and trends). The current editor is Dr. Brian Conway (Maynooth University, Ireland). For more detail, see http://manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/journals/ijs
About the UK Regional Editor
The Irish Journal of Sociology UK Regional Editor is an active role, and involves helping to attract submissions, helping to bolster institutional subscriptions, and marketing and increasing the visibility of the journal within the UK. The UK Regional Editor will work alongside the current UK Regional Editor. The UK Regional Editor must be based in a higher education or research institution in England, Scotland or Wales.
Criteria for Application
The UK Regional Editor must fulfill the following criteria:
• be a SAI member (or join the SAI at the time of their application)
• hold a PhD degree in sociology
• be based at a higher education or research institution in the UK mainland
• have experience of publication in peer-reviewed sociology journals
• have experience of refereeing for a minimum of 3 peer-reviewed sociology journals
Applications are accepted from any area of speciality within sociology.
How to apply: Please email (with ‘UK Regional Editor application’ as the subject line of your email) your CV and cover letter (outlining how you fulfill the criteria set forth above and why you are applying for the position)to firstname.lastname@example.org 30 November 2014, 17:00 (GMT). For further information about the IJS, please contact Dr. Brian Conway, Editor, at email@example.com
The successful applicant will be notified by email by the 10 December 2014.