Sector Opportunities

Join the Board of the International Journal of Art Therapy

The International Journal of Art Therapy  (IJAT) are looking for those interested in joining their Editorial Board, and who are dedicated, as IJAT are, to embodying the intention of anti-oppressive practice through the journal’s work.

The International Journal of Art Therapy (IJAT) is in an exciting period of transition as it seeks to establish itself as a credible scientific journal within the field of art therapy, able to stand alongside other international journals in terms of its ranking and breadth of readership.

The journal aims to be a source of high-quality Research Papers, Practice Papers and Opinion Pieces that address and develop the contemporary field of art therapy. In order to achieve the aim and objectives of the journal is looking for an Editorial Board which is fully reflective of the diversity of art therapy theory, research and practice as currently exists internationally. Thus, they are seeking to enhance the diversity of research knowledge, practice specialisms and lived experience on the IJAT Board through the roles below.

IJAT welcome applicants that have understanding of the barriers that many face when navigating the realms of research and academic publishing. They welcome applicants that are dedicated, as IJAT are, to embodying the intention of anti-oppressive practice through the journal’s work.

  • 1 x DEPUTY EDITOR

IJAT DEPUTY EDITOR JOB DESCRIPTION 

  • 2 ASSOCIATE EDITOR LEADS for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and Research Reporting Standards

IJAT LEAD ASSOCIATE EDITORS JOB DESCRIPTION

  • 1 ASSOCIATE EDITOR IJAT

ASSOCIATE EDITOR JOB DESCRIPTION

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 9am (BST), 4th October 2021
INTERVIEW DATES: 13th & 14th October 2021. 

HOW TO APPLY

For an application form please email IJAT Editor-in-Chief, Alex McDonald on alex[at]baat.org. Please do not phone the BAAT office directly.

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