Thursday, March 22, 2012

H-Law Seeks a Web Editor

Charles Zelden, H-Law's Acting Lead Moderator, has posted the following announcement:
H-Law’s webpage is out of date and needs a major overhaul.  In the past, Chris Waldrep, H-Law lead moderator, was in charge of maintaining and revising H-Law’s webpage.  Unfortunately, for reasons already known to the list, Chris can no longer provide this service.  The H-Law editorial board is taking this opportunity to formalize the editing of the webpage with the addition of a webpage editor.

Knowledge of HTML is not required but is preferred.  Experience working with web-editing programs such as FrontPage or Dreamweaver, as well as FTP transfer programs (to download and upload the webpage from H-Net’s servers), is necessary however.

Content for the webpage will be the joint responsibility of the list moderators and the webpage editor.

The webpage editor will become a full member of the H-Law editorial board, as well as a voting member of H-Staff, the governing body for H-Net, upon certification by H-Net.

Graduate students are encouraged to apply.

Interested applicants should send a letter of interest and a CV to  Review of applications will begin in April.   The position will remain open until filled.