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The Editorial Team takes in submissions and reviews them such that they are suitable for publication
Editors review articles in their chosen subject areas. To become an editor you'll need to have time to edit ~1 article a month, to be well-versed in your subject area and, of course, to be godlike in your command of the English language.
Senior Editors manage a small group of editors. They act as the first point of contact if any member of their team has a quibble, be it scientific or grammatical. Thus they require all that is required of an Editor but also need to commit more time to their role and show a good degree of leadership.
With the journal's growing international audience, we are receiving an increasing number of submissions from non-English speaking authors. It thus falls to the Translators to work with these authors to translate their work.
The Production Team keeps the journal running maintaining the website, internal tools and producing print material for the journal.
Artists make art.
Print Designers make the print version of the journal. We use InDesign and the Adobe suite.
WordPress Admins make the website.
Internal Tool Developer
Internal Tool Developers make the tools that editors and journal people use for their work. They have a godlike command of code, developing new and exciting tools that make the lives of everyone else at the journal all that much easier.
Content Managers curate the content on the website. They pick the featured articles and make sure everything is up to date.
Article Manifesters add new articles to the website as and when they are published. How the articles read and are presented is up to them.
The Outreach Team helps the journal to grow by finding new talent for the team and new partnership opportunities. They're also in charge of running journal conferences and events.
Ambassadors help to promote the journal across their regions.
Partnership Managers help to maintain partnerships with companies, institutions and individuals. Very much responsibility rest on their shoulders for it is they who represent the journal before potential partners.
Conference Organisers help to organise the journal's conferences and events.
PR and Marketing Team
The PR and Marketing Team controls the journal's social media accounts and is in charge of all promotional material for the journal.
Social Media Team
The Social Media Team oversees the journal's social media campaigns, making sure that fresh and exciting content is available on the journal's social feeds every day.
Internal Marketing Team
The Internal Marketing Team is in charge of newsletters and nurturing the journal's existing audience.
External Marketing Team
The External Marketing Team is in charge of getting the journal out to as many people as possible. They work closely with the Outreach Team.
Schools can become YSJ hubs - localised centres for the journal's activities. Any interested schools should e-mail our Head of Outreach to find out more:
outreach at ysjournal dot com
Have you within Time's bending sickle's compass come? You can still help out as a mentor. While you won't on the proverbial front-line, you will be able to support the team have they any queries in your area of expertise. If this interests you, please e-mail:
chief.editor at ysjournal dot com
How to Apply
If you are interested in any of these opportunities, do not hesitate to e-mail the relevant team leaders.
editor at ysjournal.com
production at ysjournal dot com
outreach at ysjournal dot com
pr.marketing at ysjournal dot com