H-Judaic is seeking:
- One or two book review editors
The position involves soliciting reviewers, editing reviews, and corresponding with authors or publishers seeking to have materials reviewed. Review editors must have strong field qualifications in Jewish Studies, and must be regularly available by email. Reviews will go through H-Net's online Reviews Management System. H-Net will provide training in the use of the review management system and basic H-Net Commons editing.
The book review editor/s work closely with the chair of the H-Judaic board and the editors. Although unpaid, the positions provide access to reviews, announcements, and other postings relevant to a variety of fields and disciplines, and makes one known in the profession.
- One or two social media managers
The position involves handling H-Judaic profiles on Twitter and Facebook, building a social media presence by maintaining a daily online presence, managing the social media community while ensuring respectful and appropriate engagement, and responding to comments. Social media managers may be students or early career researchers in Jewish Studies with proven experience or ability to build and manage social media communities and must be regularly available by email. H-Judaic editor, Martina Mampieri, will provide instructions about managing social media profiles.
The social media manager/s will work closely with the chair of the H-Judaic board and the editors. Although unpaid, the positions offer the opportunity to get relevant experience in managing social media communities in a scholarly context and make one known in the profession.
For more information or to nominate yourself or someone else for one of the advertised positions, please contact H-Judaic chair, Jonathan Sarna at email@example.com.
The editorial staff at H-Judaic would also like to take this opportunity to thank the outgoing book review editor, Robin Buller, and the social media manager, Bonnie Goodman, for their services.