We are looking for an engaging researcher with expertise in the fields of evolutionary biology and ecology and a passion for communicating new methods. They will work with our current Editor to continue delivering high-quality content on the blog. The Editor will gain excellent experience in commissioning, writing and editing – as well as having early access to articles on the most cutting-edge methods in the fields of ecology and evolutionary biology.
We welcome applicants at any career stage. This is a remote working position and applicants from anywhere in the world are welcome to apply. The role takes less than 2 hours per week and is unpaid, but the successful candidate will receive all of the benefits that the journal’s Associate Editors receive.
“I thoroughly enjoy working with authors to explore ‘behind the scenes’ aspects of their papers, which offers a unique writing perspective. I also appreciate the freedom to create posts based around my research area and generate content for international days.” – Current Editor Chloe Robinson.
Closing date: Friday 26 March at 5:00 PM GMT.
For more information about the role, please see the advert on the British Ecological Society website or contact India Stephenson at email@example.com