About the Journal
Advances in Mental Health: Promotion, Prevention and Early Intervention is a contemporary peer-reviewed journal for advancing promotion, prevention and early intervention approaches to mental health.
Advances in Mental Health is a contemporary peer-reviewed journal for advancing promotion, prevention and early intervention approaches to mental health. It has an international reputation for publishing articles of a high standard with a readership across mental health practitioners, researchers, students, lecturers, clinicians, nurses, social workers, carers, mediators, counsellors, consumers, commentators and policy developers. The journal is abstracted and indexed in: EBSCOhost; Scopus, Gale; ProQuest.
Advances in Mental Health: Promotion, Prevention and Early Intervention is seeking a Social Media Editor to run the journal’s existing Twitter account, and develop new ways of promoting the reach and dissemination of the journal.
Applicants should meet the following selection criteria:
Be studying for, or possess a doctoral degree in the field of mental health.
Have experience using a broad range of social media channels (either professionally or personally).
Be articulate and concise in communicating (‘tweeting’) topical and newly published Advances in Mental Health articles to the public (at least once per
published article, and issue).
Communicate effectively with the Editors, and Editorial Board, and interact with related Taylor & Francis subject accounts, including @RoutledgePsych.
The successful candidate will be appointed as ‘Social Media Editor’ on the journal’s Editorial Board and will be provided with guidance and data to support them in their role. They may also be invited to join journal meetings, either virtually, or in person (depending on location). As an Editorial Board member, they will also receive online subscriptions to the journal, and a 30% discount for Routledge, Taylor & Francis books.
Submitting Your Application
If you would like to apply for the position of Social Media Editor please forward your CV, a covering letter and three sample posts to the journal’s Editor-in-Chief, Professor Andrea Reupert at [email protected].
Your CV should be 1 page maximum.
Your Cover Letter should outline how you meet the selection criteria and how you would build awareness of the journal and maximise dissemination.
Your Three Sample Posts should be for 3 different platforms, such as (but not limited to) Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. The posts should include all text and media related to the post, aligned to the conventions, character and/or word limits relevant to the platform, and include any necessary or desired links, or ‘tags’ The three different posts should all be promoting: Living with mental illness and child removal (https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/18387357.2019.1614884). These can be sent through as a document or instead from any existing social media accounts you have and sent through as direct links to the posts.