Reporting to the director of Campus Watch, the managing editor is primarily responsible for generating articles on Middle East studies in North America.
· Produce a steady stream of original articles on Middle East studies, including blogs and longer, research-intensive reports.
· Edit essays and reports (Campus Watch Research) by staff, fellows, and outside authors.
· Research as directed.
· Familiarity with American higher education, including ongoing debates, trends, and problems.
· Ability to identify important developments in Middle East studies, from underreported trends to breaking news, and assign and/or write relevant articles in a timely manner.
· Excellent writing, editing, and speaking skills; a keen eye for detail.
· Ability to meet deadlines and handle multiple projects and responsibilities.
Location: The Campus Watch managing editor may live anywhere in North America.
Employment Status: Full-time.
Compensation: Non-profit competitive.
Prepare an application that includes:
- A cover letter explaining your interests, qualifications, experience, and goals
- A résumé or curriculum vitae
When the application is completed:
- Bundle the entire application as a single document, preferably in Adobe Acrobat (Word is also acceptable)
- Title it with your name in reverse order, without spacing, as in "ChurchillWinston"
- Subject line should be "ChurchillWinston application for Campus Watch Managing Editor"
- Submit the application to Thelma Prosser, at Prosser@MEForum.org