“Duke University Press is seeking an Assistant Managing Editor (coordinating editor) to oversee the editorial processes for a set of journals focused primarily, but not exclusively, in the areas of mathematics, philosophy, and social sciences…”
“The Editorial Coordinator supports key editorial functions related to journal and blog activities in a fast-paced, high-volume editorial and production environment. Areas of emphasis for this position include editorial project management, technical support for users of manuscript database systems, statistical and project progress reports, and blog production/publishing activities…”
“The National Wildlife Federation is “seeking a growth-minded business manager for our Innovation & Growth’s Publishing division. This position is key to driving revenue that fuels our conservation impact with a primary focus on our multi-platform publishing business including the award-winning Ranger Rick, Ranger Rick Jr, Cub, Zoobooks series, and National Wildlife magazines…”
“… The Publisher is responsible for the strategic development and expansion of 20-30 hybrid and fully open access ACS journals. Success will be measured in terms of market share (submission, published articles); quality (usage, citations, and other metrics); and financial performance… The incumbent will motivate and manage a sizeable group of professionals. Compared to many other STM Publishers’ potions, this ACS role is at a senior level, with significant responsibilities and activities“
“The Mandel Center seeks a … Director of Academic Publications to transform our publications program, with its solid foundation in publishing important Holocaust and Holocaust-related work, into a forward-looking organization that utilizes new publishing technologies and models to further the Mandel Center’s strategic plan to ensure the vitality of Holocaust studies for the future. As predominantly a funding agency, our goal is to help the field produce, disseminate, and utilize Holocaust-related research of the highest quality…”
“Virginia Humanities is seeking a colleague to join our Encyclopedia Virginia (EV) team. The digitally-born Encyclopedia Virginia is a free, reliable, multimedia resource that attempts to tell the inclusive story of Virginia for students, teachers, and communities that seek to understand how the past informs the present and the future.
We are looking for an editor who can identify and recruit scholars on all aspects of Virginia history and culture to write for our site, and then edit the entries they produce so that they will be accessible to the general public…”
“We are seeking a talented individual responsible for utilizing knowledge of the research process and experience with taxonomies to manage external peer review for manuscripts submitted to RSNA Journals, inviting and following-up with reviewers and editors. The Manuscript Peer Review Manager will support all required reviewer processes in ScholarOne, as well we manage the competitive diagnostic ‘Diagnostic Please’ process in peer review and after publication…”
“The Journals Production Manager will manage the editorial production staff to ensure deadlines and quality standards are met, and will lead multiple projects involving authors/originators, editors, ACP Graphics Services, and vendors. Primary responsibilities include:
- Develop and ensure compliance with standards, including documentation for editorial style and formatting.
- Work closely with the Director, Production and Electronic Publishing and editors to ensure print page length requirements are met.
- Develop and maintain publishing schedules and oversee print and electronic workflows…”
“… The Editorial Coordinator administers the editing of book manuscripts for publication by the Ohio University Press, coordinating all aspects of manuscript editorial procedure, including the copyediting, proofreading, and indexing of 40-45 books per year…”
Computercraft is seeking a Technical Content Specialist to support document- and publications-related projects at the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), part of the National Library of Medicine (NLM) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The role will include document modeling, establishing workflows, and writing and debugging XSL transforms to the archival XML formats used on these projects to publish scientific content on the NCBI website.
“University of Virginia Advancement Communications seeks a Video Editor who is detail-oriented, self-starting and has a strong ability to think creatively and strategically. The Video Editor will be required to edit, repackage, and distribute compelling videos and digital media that will inspire and promote UVA’s upcoming fundraising campaign as well as other advancement related projects…”
“We have an exciting opportunity for a Product Development Manager to join the Science Office of Publishing. In this position, you will be responsible for the research, development, and implementation of new products, as well as leading the growth of the Science Partner Journal Program…”
“Manages development and production of ECS’s conference proceedings publication, ECS Transactions, andthe Society’s books program. Serves as main point of contact and provides a high level of customer service (including technical support) to both issue editors and meeting authors. Provides assistance in the management of the ECS publications, specifically with respect to ECSarXiv along with oversight and daily management of nontechnical publications content on ECS’s website and within the ECS Digital Library…”
“… We have openings for (2) Science Technical Writers/Editors to support the Laboratory’s wide-ranging research and skilled researchers. You will be working in multiple scientific areas (such as physics, engineering, chemistry, and computer science), with a variety of communication vehicles (such as reports, white papers, websites, social media, technical posters, brochures and other marketing materials), and for a wide range of audiences (from high school students to Congressional staffer to senior scientists). These positions are in the Technical Information Department…”
“The Association for Psychological Science (APS), a DC-based scientific organization, seeks a … individual for the Peer Review Manager position. This is a full-time position in our Dupont Circle headquarters that provides the opportunity to be part of the talented team supporting the publication of APS’s six highly respected scientific journals…”
Managing Editor & Peer Review Coordinator – The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
‘… This position works closely with internationally based authors, reviewers, editors, and production personnel to coordinate the path of academic papers through the ScholarOne Manuscripts electronic peer review process: from submission to revision, rejection, and/or to acceptance and publication for the assigned journals. The managing editor also maintains the online editorial content for these journals…”
“We are currently looking for a Publishing Coordinator, Conference Publications in our New York office. Reporting to the Manager of Conference Publications, your day-to-day responsibility is the coordination of editorial, administrative, and production processes associated with the publication of content generated by ASME’s 30 plus conferences annually…”
“… We have an opportunity at our headquarters in Chicago for a Managing Editor, Education Hub on our Education Strategy & Operations team. As part of this team you will: lead the continuing development and execution of a scalable strategy and plan to create, package and publish education on the AMA Ed Hub; Oversee editorial and production operations to ensure educational design, development, and delivery is on time, on budget and meets quality and accreditation standards…”
Tom is originally from Brooklyn N.Y but has spent his entire professional career in South Carolina, most recently as Head of Reference Services at the College of Charleston. As part of the Against the Grain and Charleston Conference team, he serves as the associate editor of the print ATG as well as the co-editor of the webpage. Tom’s conference duties include coordinating the Penthouse Suite interviews as well as the conference poster sessions.
He received his MLS from the University of Buffalo, SUNY and a second master’s in public administration from the College of Charleston and the Univ. of South Carolina. His wife Carol and he live in downtown Charleston and she is an artist and a tour guide offering historic walking tours of the city.