Cooperative Research Reports (CRRs)
Cooperative Research Reports (CRRs) cover a wide variety of fields of interest to the marine research community and are an outlet for ICES expert groups and ad-hoc groups to present syntheses of their work. All reports are open access and reviewed by both a specialist in the relevant field and the series editor. CRRs keep readers up to date and informed about ongoing, significant science. The accessible format allows for summaries of complex analyses or survey outputs. Some reports, such as the ICES Report on Ocean Climate and the Zooplankton Status Report, are published on a multiannual basis, while others examine topics ranging from integrated ecosystem monitoring to acoustic seabed classification.
Techniques in Marine Environmental Sciences (TIMES)
This series presents detailed descriptions of methods and procedures relating to chemical and biological measurements in the marine environment. Most of the techniques described are selected for documentation based on performance in ICES or other international intercalibration exercises. The series, which is open access and peer reviewed, is for use at the laboratory bench, in the field, or on research vessels.
Series of leaflets aiding in the identification of various marine species and diseases. The latest leaflet series is dedicated to diseases and parasites of fish and shellfish. It provides diagnostic aids for identifying the most important diseases and parasites of fish and shellfish in the North Atlantic and adjacent seas.
For all in-house publications, the ICES Editor and Secretariat provide assistance and work closely with the Series Editors in reviewing and finalizing the publications.
Series editors are expected to review drafts within agreed upon timeframes, providing authors with comments and questions that they should address. Furthermore, Series Editors provide an annual report on their finalized publications and review proposals for new publications.
For this position we are looking for candidates who can demonstrate:
The period for appointment is three years, with the opportunity for extension. This is a part-time employment, with working hours varying according to the number of manuscripts received each year.
Series editors work as external consultants and are not considered employed members of ICES Secretariat staff. Honoraria for the editors correspond to the expected workload and are fixed at the rates detailed below:
ICES Cooperative Research Reports Editor: Annual honorarium of 10,000 DKK for four manuscripts, 2150 DKK per issue above this, and an additional 450 DKK for each twenty-page increment above 80 pages handled in the course of one year
ICES Techniques in Marine Environmental Sciences Editor: Annual honorarium 10000 DKK
ICES Identification Leaflets Editor: Annual honorarium 5000 DKK
If you are interested in any of these vacancies, please submit your application (Cover letter, CV, and publications) via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 27 October 2017. Please mark your application "201801 SERIES EDITOR" as well as indicating which publication(s) you are interested in editing.
Questions about the position can be directed to the ICES Administration & HR Officer, Rachel West Knudsen (email@example.com).