Name of Post- Associate Editor,

Organisation- European Political Science Review (EPSR),

About the Organisation:

The European Political Science Review (EPSR) focuses on the most important debates in the discipline, appealing to a broad readership across sub-disciplines and methodologies. Not concerned solely with European political issues or conceived exclusively for European scholars, EPSR also considers global issues and non-European topics.
The current editorial team comprises Editors Carlos Closa (Institute for Public Goods and Policies and Spanish National Research Council), Matt Qvortrup (Coventry University) and Associate Editor Karim Kniou(International Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam).

About the Role: 
Candidate should be an energetic political scientist, ideally with some experience of the international publishing industry. He has to perform following functions:-
  • To assists two Co- Editors,
  • To perform an initial assessment on all the manuscript received to check if they comply with the formal submission rule,
  • To suggest the Co-Editors for revisers.

Eligibility:
The successful applicant must come from an ECPR Member or Associate Member institution (or an institution committed to joining the ECPR at least for the duration of the Editorship). They will receive an annual editorial fee, along with a fund to cover travel expenses incurred in attending meetings related to the journal.
The role is for six years, starting 1 April 2019, with a review by ECPR's Publications Subcommittee at the mid-point.

How to Apply: 
Apply by email to the ECPR’s Communications Manager, Rebecca Gethen, ([email protected]) along with: 
  • a full CV and,
  • a covering letter explaining how you would develop the publication alongside the Co-Editors.

Deadline: The closing date is Monday 28 January, 2019. For further information about the role, contact either Rebecca Gethen or the editors – find their contact details here.