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Employment Opportunity



                          EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

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Studies in Political Economy, one of Canada's leading progressive academic
journals, is seeking a dynamic, capable and self-motivated Copy Editor, with
word processing skills; knowledge of desktop publishing (or a willingness to
learn); and good personal and organizational skills.

Preference will be given to candidates who are active in the defense of
social justice; unlikely to be late for their own funeral; and deeply
convinced of the benefits of regularly filing correspondence in an orderly
fashion.

Tasks will include copy editing; preparation of files for a desktop
publisher, or of camera ready proofs for a printer; management of the
manuscript flow; and organization of the journal mailout and of the Annual
Board Meeting.  The job entails work of 2  days a week, based in a well equipped office at
Carleton University.  Salary will be paid according to the University's
administrative scale and will include normal employee benefits.  Candidates
must be able to assume their responsibilities at the beginning of September.

To apply, please send (or email): (1) a brief cv; (2) a short letter stating
why you believe that you are the right person for this job; and (3) two
letters of reference (or two names of referees whom we can consult), to:

                        Alette Willis
                        Studies in Political Economy;
                        Social Science Research Building - Room 303;
                        Carleton University
                        Ottawa - K1S 5B6

                        Or: Alette_Willis@carleton.ca

To be considered, all application materials must have been received at the
above address by 4:00 pm on Monday, August 17th.   We expect to interview
three short-listed candidates by Friday, August 21st,  and to make a
decision by Monday the 24th.
 
Alette Willis
Editorial Administrator
Studies in Political Economy
www.carleton.ca/spe
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