AoB PLANTS

AoB PLANTS is seeking a PhD-level person to manage day-to-day journal operations

AoB PLANTS, an open-access journal published by Oxford University Press, is seeking a Managing Editor to assist with all aspects of journal operations. Established in 2009, this non-profit journal publishes peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of environmental and evolutionary plant biology. Submitted manuscripts undergo rigorous double-blind evaluation, and accepted articles are published online within days of acceptance. AoB PLANTS is the sister journal of Annals of Botany, which has been in operation for over 125 years.

The Managing Editor should have a graduate degree (preferably a PhD) in biology or a related field and knowledge of and interest in plants. The appointment for the Managing Editor will be 50% time, with options for the position to expand as the journal grows. The successful candidate need not be based in a specific location, but preference will be given to applicants located in or near the Reno, Nevada area (to facilitate interactions with the Chief Editor). Click here for further information and details about this position.

If you are interested in applying, email the Chief Editor (Dr. Hall Cushman, jhcushman@cabnr.unr.edu) and current Managing Editor (Gail Rice, rice@aobplants.org) with a CV, detailed cover letter outlining your background and interests in the position, and list of names and contact information for at least three references. Applicants are also encouraged to stop by the AoB PLANTS exhibit booth #917 as early as possible during ESA. Review of applications will proceed until the position is filled.

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AoBPLANTS

AoB PLANTS is an open-access, online journal that publishes peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of environmental and evolutionary biology. Published by Oxford University Press, AoB PLANTS provides a fast-track pathway for publishing high-quality research, where papers are available online to anyone, anywhere free of charge. Reasons to publish in AoB PLANTS include double-blind peer review of manuscripts, rapid processing time and low open-access charges.

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