Water Resources IMPACT Seeks New Editor-in-Chief
Leading multidisciplinary water resources management magazine seeks new editor-in-chief; current chief set to retire.
Middleburg, VA (PRWEB) September 13, 2013
The American Water Resources Association (AWRA) seeks applications for Editor-in-Chief (EIC) of the Water Resources IMPACT Magazine. Application submission deadline is September 30, 2013. The successful candidate would start on January 1, 2014.
IMPACT is a magazine style publication that is wholly owned and published by the American Water Resources Association. (AWRA) IMPACT is a magazine of ideas that looks at the biggest issues facing the water resources community from a trans-disciplinary perspective. IMPACT is published six times a year, with each issue addressing a timely water resource topic from a broad range of perspectives. The Editor-in-Chief works together with the authors, the Associate Editors, and any Guest Editors to create a publication that is accessible to a broad readership, and provokes conversation amongst the water resources profession.
The Editor-in-Chief is a volunteer position with AWRA and is the principal architect of the content of AWRA Water Resources IMPACT. The Editor-in-Chief should be a practicing water resource professional, well known and respected in his/her areas of practice. Working with a team of associate editors and the AWRA staff, the Editor-in-Chief has the final say on the content of IMPACT. AWRA is the publisher and the AWRA staff is responsible for the administrative publishing decisions, such as the pricing, marketing, and production of IMPACT. It is estimated that this position will require a time commitment of approximately 10 hours per month on average. View the detailed job description and application instructions here.
Since 1964, American Water Resources Association has been dedicated to the advancement of water resources management, research and education, as well as a balanced approach toward solving water resources challenges. AWRA’s membership is comprised of professionals who share a common interest in working and learning across a wide range of disciplines focused on water resources policy, practice and education. For more information visit AWRA.
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