Call for Editor
Journal of Education and Work
About the Role
Journal of Education and Work is seeking a new Editor with an academic background in Education and Work or a related field.
Taylor & Francis will provide training on systems and publishing ethics, support and advice on editor responsibilities and development plans, and regular updates on the Journal’s metrics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis will pay the Editor an annual honorarium to support work on the Journal. The role will formally begin in early 2022.
Key responsibilities include:
- Providing a clear mission and vision for the direction of the journal
- Supervising a double anonymous peer review process and adhering to COPE Publication Ethics
- Establishing and maintaining a reputable review board
- Promoting the journal within the community as well as at conferences
Here are the skills and attributes we look for in a successful candidate:
- A wide publishing background, including quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods research standards
- Active in the community with strong networks
- Strong organizational and time management skills
- Excellent communication skills and the ability to foster positive working relationships
- A background in interdisciplinary research
Interested in applying?
Your letter of intent should be no longer than two pages and should cover your understanding of the field's future, how you would collaborate with the editorial board and how you would increase and maintain the quality of submissions.
Deadline date: 9th November 2021
Journal of Education and Work is an international forum for academic research and policy analysis which focuses on the interplay of education and economic systems. The journal examines how knowledge, skills, values and attitudes both about and for work and employment are developed within the education system. The journal also explores the various forms of industrial training and accreditation in the economic system, including changes in the economic and industrial infrastructure which influence the type of employees required. Work in the informal economy is also included. Journal of Education and Work has a particular interest in comparative studies of skill formation and especially the transition from education to employment, how this process is structured and managed, and its effects on young people, schools, colleges, universities and employers. The journal publishes interdisciplinary papers which reflect the multifaceted nature of the journal’s concerns. Articles are welcome from economists, psychologists, sociologists, educationalists, and policy analysts. The journal publishes case studies from practitioners which present innovation grounded in relevant literature and debate.