Work, employment and society: join the associate board

Work, employment and society Associate Board

Call for Applications

Deadline: Thursday 10 November 2016, 17:00 (GMT)

Dear colleagues,

Work, employment and society invites applications to join its Associate Board. Successful candidates will become members of the Board from January 2017, for a period of three years.

The WES Associate Board is made up of 30 scholars, both junior and senior academics, who commit themselves to reviewing up to 10 papers a year for the journal. The Associate Board is open to both junior and senior academics with a PhD, or equivalent, in any area covered by the journal or in a relevant subject. International and UK applications will be considered. You do not need to be a member of the BSA to apply for a position on the Associate Board; however successful candidates are required to join the Association.

The Associate Board requires members with a broad range of expertise, although preference will be given to those whose expertise is in demand by the journal. The following areas of expertise are particularly needed:

  • Gender, work and employment
  • Labour markets
  • Knowledge work/the professions
  • International and comparative sociology of work and employment
  • Unpaid, invisible and ‘non-standard’ forms of work and employment
  • Migration
  • Intersectionality
  • Creative industries
  • Economic/labour geography

The online application form and further information about applying to the Editorial Board can be found online at: www.uk-engage.org/britsocwesab  If you have queries about the application process, please contact UK Engage, who are running the election process at: britsoc@uk-engage.org

If you would like further information about the role, please contact Professor Jacqueline O’Reilly (Chair of the Editorial Board) at J.O’Reilly@brighton.ac.uk


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