Business History Conference Web Editor
|Location:||Delaware, United States|
Business History Conference Web Editor search
The Business History Conference (BHC) announces its search for a new web editor to oversee its online presence as an organization. The new editor’s three-year term would commence March 2015. The ideal candidates would be enthusiastic about the BHC as an organization, flexible in the face of constantly changing medium, creative in terms of what kind of material the BHC might want to add to the site, and conscientious regarding the maintenance of the web presence. A basic understanding of HTML would be useful, and also the ability to use/willingness to learn a complex text editor like Dreamweaver. It would be ideal (but not essential) for the person to have access to student or other administrative help. The new editor can reside in any country. The BHC is in a position to budget modest funds for this position and/or assistants to support it, preferably in conjunction with matching support from an institution. To apply, please send a C.V. or résumé, and a cover letter explaining your qualifications, interest in the position, and vision for how to grow the BHC’s web presence, to Anna Spadavecchia, Chair, BHC Electronic Media Oversight Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org), by Nov. 1. More information about the position and search priorities can be found on the BHC web site at http://www.thebhc.org/publications/webed_search.html.
Anna Spadavecchia, Chair, BHC Electronic Media Oversight Committee (email@example.com), by Nov. 1