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Editor-in-Chief of Environmental Chemistry

Position
Editor-in-Chief of Environmental Chemistry

Employer

CSIRO Publishing

CSIRO Publishing operates as an editorially independent science publisher within Australia’s premier research group, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), and has been publishing journals since 1948. Our internationally recognised publishing program includes journals, books and magazines and covers a wide range of scientific disciplines.

Homepage: https://www.publish.csiro.au/journals


Location
Australia

Sector
Other

Type
Contract

Level
Experienced

Salary
Honorarium

Required education
PhD

Application deadline
30 November 2019

Posted
11 October 2019

Job description

CSIRO Publishing is seeking a scientist (or scientists) of international standing for this position, with a good track record of publishing in high-quality international journals, in addition to strong leadership and teamwork skills, and the vision to drive this journal forward in the future. The post may be held by a scientist resident anywhere in the world. The position of Editor-in-Chief of Environmental Chemistry is an opportunity to take a leading role in shaping the future of an established journal and to make a significant contribution to the publication of quality environmental chemistry research for a worldwide readership.

This honorary position is available for an initial term of 3–4 years, with the possibility of a second term. The successful applicant will have access to a web-based submission and peer review system, and a dedicated Editorial Assistant and Marketing and Production services based in Melbourne. The duties outlined in this role are expected to take approximately 6–8 hours per week.

Further details: https://www.publish.csiro.au/en/NewEditor-in-Chief
Position description: http://www.publish.csiro.au/media/client/EN_EiCduties.pdf


How to apply

Expressions of interest should be emailed to Dr Marisa Spiniello (marisa.spiniello@csiro.au), Journals Publisher, together with an outline of your vision for the future of the journal, an explanation of why you wish to take on this role, and a brief curriculum vitae.