Call for Submissions: Jobs at JCACS!

Seeking
JCACS Community Coordinator Position
The Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies is seeking a dynamic, independent and organized Communications Coordinator! The JCACS Communications Coordinator will work with the JCACS Editorial Team as well as the CACS Communications Committee to develop JCACS social media strategies, organize and oversee social journalism blogs, moderate online discussions, oversee the journal community innovations, develop followers, increase our social media networks and track analytics, in both French and English. The Community Coordinator will also be responsible to create an annual report. There is a stipend for this 3-year position of $2000 in Year 1, $2400 in year 2, and $1000 in Year 3. Applications will be accepted from bilingual candidates or from two candidates, one English and one French speaking. To apply for this position, please submit your CV to the Editor-in-Chief, Pauline Sameshima, psameshima@lakeheadu.ca, by December 15, 2019.


Seeking
JCACS French Translators Pool
The Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies is seeking members for a French Translators’ Pool. The translator will work with the French Associate Editor. A stipend of $100 CAD is offered to translators per issue, to translate 5-8 abstracts. To apply for this position, please submit your CV to the Editor-in-Chief, Pauline Sameshima, psameshima@lakeheadu.ca, and the Associate Editor, Phyllis Dalley, pdalley@uottawa.ca, by December 15, 2019.


Seeking
JCACS Associate Editor
The Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies is seeking a strong English writer with excellent communication skills to be the next JCACS Associate Editor. This is a 3-year position. The JCACS English Associate Editor works closely with the JCACS Editor-in-Chief and the Managing Editor. The Associate Editor works with the authors, once a manuscript is accepted, to produce a Word document that is the result of deep and surface editing processes. The Associate Editor ensures that the quality of the submission accords with JCACS’s mandate and guidelines, in terms of substantive content, and is free of content or copyright errors and which conforms to APA 7 guidelines regarding attribution and citation of other works. It is also the responsibility of the Associate Editor to forward any ethical concerns regarding the research or writing processes in the papers to the attention of the Managing Editor and the Editor-in-Chief. This position is not remunerated. To apply for this position, please submit your CV to the Editor-in-Chief, Pauline Sameshima, psameshima@lakeheadu.ca, by December 15, 2019.


Seeking
Book Review Editors
1 French and 1 English
The Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies is seeing two committed Book Review Editors. This is a 3-year position. The Book Review editors will seek and consider book recommendations from the CACS membership and from the publishing field, invite reviewers, arrange for books from the publishers to be sent or e-transmitted to the reviewers, create timelines with the reviewers, edit the submissions, and proofread the galleys after edits and layouts by the Managing, Associate and Chief Editors are completed. This position is not remunerated. To apply for this position, please submit your CV to the Editor-in-Chief, Pauline Sameshima, psameshima@lakeheadu.ca, by December 15, 2019.


Seeking
Technology Support Coordinator
The Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies is seeing a Technology Support Coordinator. This is a 3-year position. The candidate will work with the JCACS Editor-in-Chief and the Managing Editor to manage, update, and innovate the current OJS system. This position is not remunerated; however, there is funding for the coordinator to allocate funds to technical services and programs. To apply for this position, please submit your CV to the Editor-in-Chief, Pauline Sameshima, psameshima@lakeheadu.ca, by December 15, 2019.


Seeking
5 Graduate Students (yearly positions, funding for 3 years)
Students will create responses to, or translations of, five previously published JCACS articles. Responses to articles can be done in text and/or with alternative modalities to generate new thinking. We seek to “stir the journal” by bringing forward articles from the archives. To apply for this position, please submit your CV to the Editor-in-Chief, Pauline Sameshima, psameshima@lakeheadu.ca, by December 15, 2019.