Journal of Flood Risk Management invites applications for Associate Editor
The Board of Editors of the Journal of Flood Risk Management (JFRM) is inviting applications for;
Role: Associate Editor
Reports to: Editor in Chief
Location: Global, working remotely
Contract: Standard Associate Editor contract, renewed annually after initial term
Remuneration: Although the post is voluntary there is a small honorarium paid annually
About the journal
The journal covers all aspects of flood risk management and achieved an Impact Factor of 3.884 in 2021. The aims and scope of the journal are set out here. JFRM is an official journal of The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) and is published by Wiley.
We are seeking one Associate Editor to join the Editorial Board in September 2022. Our Associate Editors guide the peer review process and make recommendations based upon external reviews.
As well as taking an active role in the peer review process, our Editors act as champions for the journal within their community and networks. They also provide valuable support and advice to the Editor-in-Chief and the owners of the journal on the direction and strategy for the journal. Attendance at twice yearly Editorial Panel meetings (either in person or via remote link) is expected wherever possible.
Please contact the Editor-in-Chief if you wish to find out more about what the role entails before making an application.
How to apply
We are open to applicants from those working in any aspect of flood risk management. However, we would value applications from those with expertise in one or more of the following topics: Resilience, Vulnerability, Integrated flood risk management, Land use management, Climate impact and adaptation, Benefit-cost appraisal, and, Civil contingency planning.
To apply for the role please send your CV to the Editor-in-Chief, firstname.lastname@example.org, along with details of your particular areas of interest in flood risk management by 30th June 2022.
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