Work, Employment and Society Journal – Seeking New Editors

Invitation to edit BSA Journal Work, Employment and Society 2018-2020

Dear colleagues,

Work, Employment and Society (WES) is reopening the call for Editors and invites applications from individuals (who would be prepared to work as part of a team) as well as Editorial Teams interested in editing the journal, for a 3-year period from January 2018 to December 2020.

WES is currently in its 30th successful year and is a highly respected journal with an international profile. The journal is very strongly grounded in the sociological tradition, drawing upon adjacent disciplines to make an original contribution to issues and debates in the sociology of work and employment in all countries.  It receives approximately 400 submissions a year, has an Impact Factor of 2.153 and is ranked 4 in the Chartered Association of Business Schools Academic Journal Guide.

The BSA is looking for a strong, diverse team of Editors to shape and sustain the journal’s leading position in the field.  We particularly welcome expressions of interest from individuals, multi-institutional teams and those in sociology departments in partnership with business schools. Applicants must be based in the UK.

Individuals or teams who wish register an Expression of Interest should complete a short proforma application, accompanied by a 2-page CV, which will be considered by the Recruitment Committee.

To read the full Call for Editors and to download the application forms, please visit: https://www.britsoc.co.uk/opportunities/publications-opportunities/

Interested teams and individuals are encouraged to contact Tracey Warren (chair of the Recruitment Committee) and Alison Danforth at the BSA to discuss details of the role:  tracey.warren@nottingham.ac.uk and alison.danforth@britsoc.org.uk

Deadline for Expressions of Interest: 6 April 2017, 5pm GMT

Deadline for Full Proposals: 15 May 2017, 5pm GMT


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