THE DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR THE EDITING TEAM IS THE 12TH FEBRUARY 2020
The GLOBUS Team are looking for people to join the Editing Department, with roles starting in Term 3 of the 2020/2021 academic year!
The Roles we are hiring for are:
Editor-in-Chief of GLOBUS
As Editor in Chief of GLOBUS, you will be responsible for the general running of GLOBUS. From overseeing the hiring new writers, to planning the marketing strategy and being responsible for the commissioning of articles, Editor in Chief is a varied but exciting and hugely rewarding role. Taking on this role is a big responsibility, so you must be able to dedicate yourself to the success of GLOBUS, but in return you will have the opportunity to shape the publication and learn a plethora of new skills in both editing, management and creativity! This is alongside, of course, editing the fantastic articles that are submitted to GLOBUS. To apply for this role, you must be a GSD Student (single or joint honours) and be in your 1st or 2nd Year of study.
Deputy Editor of GLOBUS
As Deputy Editor of GLOBUS, you will be more than the Editor’s helper (although the Deputy role is hugely helpful!). Deputy Editors have responsibilities such as interviewing new writers, masterminding and overseeing new projects for GLOBUS, and often taking on additional responsibilities such as the management of the publishing schedule.This is alongside, of course, editing the fantastic articles that are submitted to GLOBUS. Although less time intensive than the Editor in Chief role, the Deputy is still a big responsibility and should only be undertaken by those who feel they can commit fully. This role is open to any Warwick student in their first or second year of study.
Assistant Editor of GLOBUS
The Assistant Editors of GLOBUS are absolutely essential to the smooth publication of our articles. Their main responsibilities are to edit the brilliant articles that are submitted to GLOBUS, and working with the writers to ensure everyone is happy with the finished product. However, Assistant Editors also have the opportunity to suggest and manage projects, or to introduce new article series, too. This role is open to any Warwick student in their first or second year of study.
If you are interested in any of the above roles, then please fill out the form below by the 12th of February 2020. You will then be invited to an online interview session to discuss your application further. If you have any questions about any of the vacant positions, please email Tori Keene, the current Editor in Chief, at email@example.com