In-Mind Foundation is soliciting applications and nominations for a chief editor for the International In-Mind Magazine
12.10.2017, by Sibylle Classen in publication
starting as soon as possible.
Description of the Magazine
In-Mind Magazine is a leading Open Access magazine that aims to communicate psychological science to a general audience. We publish peer-reviewed research review articles intended for a broad (non-academic) audience. We specialize in all sub-disciplines of psychology (including social/personality, developmental, cognitive, clinical, biopsychology, school, applied, etc.). Working with In-Mind means you will be collaborating with scholars from all over the world. The core mission of the team is to share science with as many people as possible. The magazine has therefore been Open Access since its inception 10 years ago. We have never relied on commercial publishers, and have no intent of doing so. Take a look around our website to find out more.
The International In-Mind Magazine, with its primary readership in the USA, Great Britain and Canada, offers the position of a chief editor. You will supervise an international team of editors based in different countries, bring in new ideas how to develop In-Mind further, and you will constantly use your creativityÂ and experience to increase the readership of In-Mind. You will be responsible for coordinating, supervising, and organizing a team composed of bloggers, authors, editors and volunteers to increase the international visibility of In-Mind. You will be involved in funding acquisition. Please note that all our positions are voluntary.
Preferred Skills and Requirements
Candidates for the position must be native speakers of English, and possess experience in scientific writing for a scientific and non-scientific audience. Experience in editorial work is an advantage.
Please send a curriculum vitae and cover letter detailing your interests and insights for the magazine to our president, Hans IJzerman, email@example.com. Question about the position may also be directed to lieke Braadbaart (I.braadbaart.10[at]aberdeen.ac.uk) and Dylan Selterman (d.selterman[at]in-mind.org).