The official publication of The International Clarinet Association, published quarterly. Packed into every issue is information for every level of clarinetist: professional, teacher, students of all levels. Edited by James Gillespie, email@example.com, each issue has information ranging from new CDs of note, orchestral analysis, help for teachers, what's going on in the Jazz scene, reports from around the world, and news of clarinet festivals and competitions around the world. Want to see what's available for your clarinet, or maybe you're interested in buying a new one? There are plenty of advertisers in The Clarinet, too, all specializing in your instrument.
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Job Description: Editor-The Clarinet
The ongoing duties of the editor include:
The Editor of The Clarinet should be an advocate of the clarinet with excellent writing, communication and project management skills. Other desirable attributes include a broad general knowledge of the worldwide clarinet community, a large network of contacts, and skills in working with a wide variety of people. The editor is chiefly responsible for soliciting and/or receiving articles submitted for consideration, deciding on content, and copy-editing and proofing four issues of The Clarinet annually. The successful candidate should demonstrate good organizational, communication and writing skills and be able to meet deadlines. Experience with Microsoft Office and Adobe suites of products including MS Word, Photoshop, Acrobat and Illustrator is preferred, as well as experience with music engraving software (Finale or Sibelius, experience preferred but not required).
Official hiring of the Editor will be done by the ICA Board of Directors. The Editor will communicate and coordinate with the ICA Board of Directors frequently so the mission of the ICA, which the Board of Directors is responsible for maintaining, is clearly articulated through the Journal and other media that the Editor coordinates. The position offers valuable professional experience and an opportunity to help shape the I.C.A. through publication of our membership journal, interfacing with 21st Century technology, publication innovation and social media. The Editor receives a stipend per issue.
Applicants should submit, via e-mail, both a letter of interest with a writing sample and a resume of qualifications to Madeleine Crouch at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 15, 2015.
Job description: Editor, The Clarinet