The Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage will launch its first issue in early 2014, to be published by Maney Publishing. The Editors would like to appoint one or more Assistant Editors for the journal.

The Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage http://maneypublishing.com/index.php/journals/cah  will launch its first issue in early 2014, to be published by Maney Publishing. The Editors would like to appoint one or more Assistant Editors for the journal.

The Assistant Editor will be responsible for organising book, conference and event reviews, and will undertake any required editing of submissions. They will also be expected to contribute from time to  time to the journal’s associated blog. Our hope is that the Assistant Editor(s) will procure reviews from a variety of contributors for both published and online volumes, and will also help to find reviewers for community archaeology events, conferences, exhibitions and the like. You are required to be able to work to deadlines, have good communication skills, have an ability to carry out editorial tasks, and to work remotely as part of a larger editorial team.

The term of service would be 12 months, renewable if desired, and would commence immediately upon appointment.

If you are interested in applying, please email mailto:communityarchaeologyjournal@gmail.com titling your message “Reviews Editor Selection”, and including in the text a statement no longer than 500 words outlining your relevant experience and why you would like to be an Assistant Editor.

Please not that this is an unpaid (voluntary) post. We are interested in hearing from those with experience in all areas of archaeology and heritage, especially as voluntary participants, but also students, paid workers and researchers.

Deadline for expressions of interest is 31st May 2013.

Suzie Thomas
Adam Gutteridge
Carol McDavid

Dr Suzie Thomas, MIfA
Research Associate

Direct Line: +44 (0)141 330 5837
Fax: +44 (0)141 330 4300
Direct Line: +44 (0)141 330 5837
Fax: +44 (0)141 330 4300

The Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research,
School of Social and Political Sciences,
University of Glasgow,
Ivy Lodge,
63 Gibson Street,
Glasgow
G12 8LR

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