Call for Expressions of Interest
New Editor-in-Chief for Organization Studies
Organization Studies is seeking expressions of interest for the role of Co-Editor-in-Chief to join Tammar Zilber, the existing team of Associate
Editors, and the Managing Editor Sophia Tzagaraki in the lead of the journal. Term of office is four years, starting in September
2025. The post carries an honorarium; necessary travel expenses will be covered.
For all information on the journal, please visit: https://journals.sagepub.com/home/oss
The successful candidate will fulfill the following general criteria:
A strong scholarly record that is in accordance with the spirit and mission statement of Organization Studies, as well as with EGOS aims and values more broadly (i.e., in particular: open to a diversity of paradigms and all sub-disciplines that contribute to organization studies and organization theory; devoted both to those who are organized and those who do the organizing; open to looking at organizations as both the products of society and as institutions which also shape society; to processes of or-ganizing; and to environments in which organizations operate).
Evidence of a strong connection to EGOS as a scholarly community.
Evidence of a strong connection to Organization Studies (or to Organization Theory).
Evidence of significant experience as an Editor or Associate/Senior Editor for a journal.
Openness to different methodologies and empirical designs.
Evidence of support from the home institution, so that as Editor-in-Chief s/he can be allowed sufficient time to carry out the task.
In addition, the successful candidate ...
will demonstrate administrative skills and the capacity to handle a demanding workload and to meet hard deadlines;
will be able to work constructively with authors, reviewers, and the entire editorial team, as well as with the EGOS leadership (Editors-in-Chief are ex-officio observers at the EGOS Board);
must be prepared to contribute to the success of the journal through attendance at editorial meetings and representing the journal at events and to institutions.
EGOS values diversity and encourages applications from minorities. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, or disability. Diversity is at the core of EGOS both in terms of sub-disciplines represented and in the plurality of its members.
One or several short-listed candidate/s will be asked to present their perspectives and ideas to the EGOS Executive Board during its meeting at the end of January 2024 (in Milan or online). The short-list will be prepared by a Search Committee composed of Giuseppe Delmestri (EGOS Chair), Christine Moser (EGOS Vice-Chair), Laure Cabantous (EGOS Board member), Paolo Quattrone and Tammar Zilber (actual Editors-in-Chief of Organization Studies), and Renate Meyer (past Editor-in-Chief of Organization Studies). The search and selection process is strictly confidential, and everyone involved fully commits to this (i.e., members both of the Search Committee and the EGOS Board).
For an informal discussion on the nature of the editorial tasks and the support that EGOS gives to Editors-in-Chief in recognition of the time they devote to the journal, please be in touch directly with the EGOS Chair Giuseppe Delmestri (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please email your expressions of interest, including a cover letter, to email@example.com – stating why you would like to apply, as well as the skills and qualities you can bring to the post – along with a short CV which focuses on your publishing, reviewing, and editorial experience.