HHH is looking for a new web editor

HHH is looking for an enthousiastic editor for our website and newsletter. Are you a junior scholar working in medical history (for example as a PhD candidate) and are you interested in a position in the heart of Dutch academic medical history? Then read on.

The lively HHH website and newsletter are essential means for the communication within our network. With weekly news posts and monthly newsletters, we keep our members informed and connected. As the current web editor is approaching the final stages of her PhD project, we are looking for someone to take over this position on the HHH board.

What does the web editor do?

  • Write or edit weekly news posts and publish them on the HHH website.
  • Keep the website up to date.
  • Take part in regular online meetings with the fellow members of the HHH board (once every six weeks on average).

What kind of person are we looking for?

  • You are a junior scholar in the medical history field (working on a PhD thesis or recently having completed one).
  • You are interested in participating actively in the academic medical history field in The Netherlands and Belgium.
  • You have a pro-active and communicative attitude.
  • You are able to work independently in gathering and publishing news, while staying connected to your fellow HHH board members.
  • You have excellent English writing and editing skills.
  • You have basic WordPress and Mailchimp skills or you are willing to learn.

What do we have to offer?

  • A position in the heart of the academic medical history field in the Netherlands, on the HHH board.
  • A volunteer’s fee of 50 euros per month.
  • A training period with the current web editor tailored to what you need to get started.

Are you interested? Or would you like to find out more about the position first?
Please send an e-mail to our current web editor Irene Geerts at irene.geerts@ou.nl before June 1st, 2022.