HRDI Perspectives Editor Search 2018
Friday, March 23, 2018
Call for new Associate Editor, Perspectives Section, HRDI
On behalf of the Board of Directors of Human Resource Development International (HRDI), and Routledge/Taylor & Francis as publisher of HRDI, I am inviting nominations for the position of Associate Editor for the Non-Refereed ("Perspectives") Section. The position will become vacant because of the appointment of the previous office holder to the position of Associate Editor for the Refereed Section. The Associate Editor for Perspectives works with the Editor on all aspects related to the non-refereed section of the journal, including perspectives on research, on theory, on practice, on people, and book reviews. The responsibility of the Associate Editor for Perspectives is to solicit contributions, provide feedback to authors, and make acceptance recommendations to the Editor related to manuscripts submitted to the non-refereed section of the journal.
The successful candidate is expected to start on September 1, 2018; the end date for the appointment is August 31, 2021. Upon successful performance in this role, the Associate Editor for Perspectives is expected to assume the role of Associate Editor for the Refereed Section (three-year term) and subsequently take over the leadership of the journal as Editor for another three-year term. Prerequisites include holding a tenured or tenure-line position at a research university, successful history of scholarship and publication in HRD and related fields of study, experience and interest in international dimensions of the field, support from the home academic department, and service as reviewer and editorial board member of one or more major journals.
Self-nominations are encouraged and should include a statement of vision and goals for the Associate Editor role, relevant prior experience with major research journals, and a full curriculum vitae. Submission deadline is 15 April 2018; the decision will be announced in June, 2018. Please submit all applications to email@example.com.
Professor Sally Sambrook
Chair, Board of Directors, HRDI