The Editor-in-Chief is responsible for coordinating production with authors, consulting editors, TWS Council and staff and TWS’ journal publisher. Applicants should have a proven ability to work and communicate with people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives. Desired qualifications include experience publishing in peer-reviewed journals, a Ph.D. in wildlife or related field, experience as an Associate Editor or Editor-in-Chief of a peer-reviewed journal, knowledge of TWS and TWS journals and a diversity of experience within the wildlife discipline.
The application period is open until it is filled, with review of applications to begin Oct. 1, 2016. The preferred start date is the first quarter of 2017, but is negotiable. A modest stipend is offered. Interested candidates may contact David E. Andersen, chair of the TWS Publications Subcommittee.