15 Oktober 2020

Would you like to join our editorial team?

If you have

  • a passion for cutting-edge legal research,
  • a keen interest in constitutionalism,
  • a law degree / Erstes Juristisches Staatsexamen (pol-sci or similar welcome too),
  • proficiency in English and/or (preferably and) German and generally a highly developed sense of language,
  • a knack for teasing the real story out of even the most convoluted piece of legal scholarship,
  • an interest in working on an ambitious and innovative project at the interface of open-access academic publishing and journalism,

you might be exactly the person we are looking for: a part-time (50%) editor in our office in Berlin.

Here is what the job entails:

  • in-depth editing of texts,
  • developing ideas for blog posts,
  • communicating with authors,
  • participating in projects (online symposia, podcast et al.)

Here is what we offer:

  • a job in Berlin (50%, ≈ TV-L E14 equivalent),
  • a great editorial team,
  • a large network of authors and cooperation partners,
  • close contact to many of the most renowned scholars in the field,
  • exciting, varied and relevant work with a high degree of personal responsibility.

We are looking forward to your application! Do get in touch (info@verfassungsblog.de) if you have any further questions or to send in your documents (letter of interest, CV etc., the usual).

SUGGESTED CITATION  Steinbeis, Maximilian: Would you like to join our editorial team?, VerfBlog, 2020/10/15, https://verfassungsblog.de/would-you-like-to-join-our-editorial-team/.

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