Call for Mozaik Editor-in-Chief

February 5th, 2018 9:37 pm

 

Mozaik  is  the  ecumenical  journal  of  the  World Student Christian Federation (WSCF) Europe  Region.  It  was established in 1992 and is published twice a year (mostly) in English, in connection with the thematic conferences of the  four interest  groups  (theology, culture and higher  education,  solidarity and gender) of  WSCF Europe.  The editorial board of Mozaik consists of four people: the editor-in-chief, the Chairperson of WSCF-E or other board member, Journal Illustrator, Communications Officer, and the Art editor.

The responsibilities

Essential requirements

Desirable requirements

Remuneration:

500 EUR per issue. 4 Issues (2018-2021 approx)

How to apply:

Interested applicants should send a CV (including, if relevant, past and present WSCF involvement and highlighting personal skills in regard to the job description), a one to two-page mission and vision statement for their work with Mozaik (including editorial philosophy), and two samples of publications which they have previously edited to the WSCF Europe chairperson, Zuzana Babicova, at the following address:  by 15th August 2018 (extended).

Responsibilities for the new editor will begin upon selection, where she or he will start by working in partnership with the current editor-in-chief, James Jackson.

If you have further questions about this process, please contact Zuzana Babicova(chair@wscf-europe.org) or James Jackson at . Past issues of Mozaik are available for review at http://wscf-europe.org/resources/mozaik/pass-issues/, and more recent issues are available at https://issuu.com/wscfeurope , as well as upon request from the WSCF Europe Office.

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