BJP Clinical Commentaries: Editor/s

This is an absorbing and rewarding role on one of the British Journal of Psychotherapy’s key and most valued sections. We anticipate that the role can be taken by one person, or by two people working closely together. Two Clinical Commentaries are published each year, and the Editor(s) will solicit the clinical material and arrange for the commentaries on it. The role carries a place/places on the Editorial Board, and the Editor(s) will be able to engage with all Journal activities. A Saturday meeting of the Board takes place three times a year (currently on Zoom).

Role: Editor
Employer: British Journal of Psychotherapy
Deadline: 10 September 2020
Start date: 10 October 2020
Location: London

About the role

Clinical Commentaries Editor(s) need to be experienced clinicians, BPC or UKCP (CPJA) registered, and are likely to have experience of supervision and/or teaching. Prior experience of writing, editing or publishing is desirable.

How to apply

The deadline for applications is Thursday 10 September 2020. Please send a copy of your CV, and a one-page statement indicating why you would like to edit the Clinical Commentaries and how you see your experience qualifying you for the role, to Hannah Stevens, BJP Editorial Administrator (BPF).

Joint applications are welcome. Shortlisting and interviewing will take place during September, on Zoom. The successful applicant(s) will be invited to attend the meeting of the BJP Board on Saturday 10 October.

If you would like to have an informal discussion about the role, please email the previous Clinical Commentaries Editors: Ann Horne or Mark Budden.

Additional queries: Ann Scott, BJP Editor-in-Chief.

 British Journal of Psychotherapy website

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