In Need of a Newsletter Editor!

via Tomaro Taylor, SFA President:

The Society of Florida Archivists seeks an enthusiastic and energetic Newsletter Editor to assume production of The Florida Archivist beginning with the Spring 2014 issue.

The Newsletter Editor is responsible for soliciting, editing, and publishing content; distributing electronic and paper copies of the newsletter; and working with the Web Communications Team to implement new and improved options for online access to content.  The Newsletter Editor is as an ex-officio, non-voting member of the SFA Executive Board and usually serves 1-3 years in this capacity.  Although the position does not require prior experience, applicants are encouraged to demonstrate their success in related areas.  If you have served as the manager of website, a regular contributor to a blog, or as the editor of a professional publication, let us know!  But, regardless of expertise, the Board will consider all who express interest in serving as Newsletter Editor.

To be considered, please email me at  I look forward to receiving your email before March 1, 2014.

Please join me in expressing sincere thanks and appreciation to outgoing editor Janet DeVries!  Janet’s contributions to the archives community as SFA Newsletter Editor have been outstanding.  Best of luck, Janet, in your new endeavors!

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