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09 August 2019

Community Practitioner is on the look out for a new professional editor
 

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Would you like to help steer this leading professional journal’s content? Are you an experienced community practitioner with a broad knowledge base? Maybe you work in academia, or perhaps you’ve worked in practice and are regularly published. 

Either way, if you would like to use your expertise to help inform and maintain the high editorial and clinical standards of Community Practitioner – now’s your chance! The pivotal role of professional editor will be available from October 2019, and the editorial team are looking for a new candidate to take the reins.

The varied role will include:

•    Reviewing all research submissions as part of the peer review process
•    Reviewing member submissions and all journal content with a clinical focus 
•    Attending the journal’s editorial advisory board meetings three times a year
•    Playing an active advisory role on the journal’s general content direction
•    Regular contact with the editorial team.

It will therefore involve a regular time commitment, which would vary week to week depending on the journal’s press schedule. 

If you are interested in the role of professional editor, which will receive an honorarium, please get in touch as soon as possible. Simply send your CV and cover letter (ideally by end of September 2019) to the journal’s managing editor Emma Godfrey at emma@communitypractitioner.co.uk

Thank you and good luck!
 

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