JOURNAL CORRESPONDENCE (YOUNG MEMBERS)
The Welding Institute journal has been a showcase for our Members, their employers and the industry for decades. The content of the journal is a unique benefit to Members and needs to reflect our Members’ current issues and interests.
Our Branch and Younger Member Correspondents provide information and insight into the news, activities and interests of our members in the regions. Our correspondents source news stories and opportunities for the Editor of the journal.
Journal correspondence volunteers are expected to have:
Summary of Main Duties and Responsibilities
Time CommitmentOur Correspondents will be aligned with (and preferably Members) of a Branch Committee. The Term of Office for this position is a year, renewable on an annual basis. The Journal is published quarterly, the closing date for editorial content for each issue will be approximately two months before publication date.
Benefits of Volunteering
This role provides continuing professional development opportunities through the development of:
How to Apply
To apply, please complete an expression of interest form illustrating how you meet the role criteria and along with your CV, send this to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Editorial Board in consultation with the Branch and YMC Committees will appoint Branch and Younger Member Correspondents.