Haute Dish Managing Editor

  • Job starts
    July 1, 2021
  • Job ends
    June 30, 2022
  • Work schedule
    Weekly commitment

Major job duties

 All students interested in this position must commit to at least one calendar year, meaning they will oversee the publication of three issues while under their management.    

 

 

  1. Design and implement a specific timeline for gathering, 

organizing and editing short literary works for publication in a student 

literary magazine, including related publicity. 

         2. Recognize inherent issues of race, class and gender in 

student literary work and communicate effectively with student writers 

as needed on these issues. 

         3. Actively participate in and understand the process of editing 

literary submissions for publication. 

         4. Schedule all meetings, generally twice a semester, to 

discuss timeline and ongoing activities and evaluate afterward. Email 

and phone contact as needed. 

         5. Group and one-on-one work with student writers. 

         6. Collect all submissions (usually a word doc file, from the faculty advisor and send off to all editors at least 10 days prior to selection meeting date. 

        7. Distribute among the editors equally the writers to notify for each publication of work accepted.   

         7. Completion, online publication and cover letter for each issue (total of three), of Haute Dish. 

          

Qualifications and experience

Competence Statement 

 

         "Knows concepts and processes of editing at an introductory 

level well enough to oversee the submission, evaluation, editing and 

publication process of written creative works in an undergraduate online 

student literary magazine." 

 

To apply

All applicants must submit a cover letter and a resume to XXXXX. Cover letter must include a statement as to why you are interested in this position and how you will be a good fit for the work outlined, as well as Metro State’s and Haute Dish’s missions.

Resume must include:

·         Work and volunteer experience

·         Student leadership and/or publication experience (at Metro State and any other colleges/universities)

·         Involvement with student organizations (at Metro State and any other colleges/universities)

Metro State student events you have attended