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Message posted on 30/10/2018

Advert for editorial and production assistant - entanglements: experiments in multimodal ethnography

Dear colleagues,

entanglements: experiments in multimodal ethnography are seeking an
Editorial & Production Assistant. This is a voluntary role, and we are
looking for a commitment of one year (encompassing two production cycles)
in the first instance.

entanglements is a peer-feedback, open-access journal set up in March 2018.
It is an experimental journal focused on the multimodal ethnographic theory
and practice and is published twice a year. The journal aims to enable and
encourage forms of expression and communities of practice around
multimodality in a range of research topics and across disciplines and
media. The editors will discuss and work with authors on the production of
multimodal articles. entanglements is published online only. entanglements is
a voluntary endeavour, and we have no paid staff members.

entanglements is published online only, and we are a dispersed team,
working together remotely for the majority of the time. We use a range of
virtual tools to organise and co-ordinate our activities. You will need
your own computer and a reliable internet connection. We publish two issues
annually, and this role will involve two key peaks of work, in February and
September, with additional administrative work across the year.

The Editorial & Production Assistant will provide administrative support to
the Editors and the Editorial Board, including tracking submissions and
monitoring deadlines for authors; will provide proof reading and copy
editing for submissions; and will service annual Editorial Board meetings.

Required skills:

- Excellent grasp of English language and written communication
- High degree of accuracy and attention to detail
- Excellent organisational skills, including the ability to plan and
manage your own workload effectively to meet tight deadlines
- Ability to work independently and from your own initiative, seeking
guidance from the Editors when necessary
- IT skills and word processing (using Microsoft Word and Google Docs).
Additional experience using Adobe InDesign would be desirable.

This role is open to Masters and PhD students, particularly those from a
social science or English Language or Linguistics background.

If you are interested in joining the team and contributing to this
experimental journal, please email the editorial team at
entanglementseditors@gmail.com sending your CV and a 300 word outline of
how you meet the required skills.

Deadline for application: 30 November 2018.

Many thanks,

The editors

Sevasti-Melissa Nolas, Christos Varvantakis, and Robyn Long

Entanglements Journal

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