The International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) is seeking to contract with a new lead editor for the Journal of Great Lakes Research (JGLR), with an initial three-year term to start as soon as January 2023. The position is open until filled but applications will begin to be reviewed on November 16.
Overview: The lead editor is the principal architect of the content of the JGLR. The lead editor is a well-known scholar and well-regarded within the aquatic sciences. The lead editor has broad knowledge and experience with the practice of scholarship in the aquatic sciences. The lead editor must be active in soliciting content from the best researchers of large lakes of the world. The lead editor is responsible for sustaining a pool of diverse associate editors, and for working with them and reviewers. The lead editor is the arbiter of the content of the journal. The lead editor will work closely with the IAGLR Publications Committee, and when needed the IAGLR Board of Directors and staff, to make sure that IAGLR policies are followed, that the mission of IAGLR is promoted, and that strategic issues related to the JGLR are brought to IAGLR’s attention.
Additional details about the position and how to apply can be found at: https://iaglr.org/docs/items/JGLR_Editor_JobDescription_2022.pdf