Editor, Journal of Primary Health Care

The College is seeking a new Editor for our Journal of Primary Health Care (JPHC). The sole-charge position relies entirely on online work so can be undertaken anywhere in New Zealand. 

As Editor of the Journal, you will be responsible for the delivery of the journal to a high standard, four times a year. You will provide academic insight and oversight into the selection of submitted articles, and work with the publisher to shape each issue.
You will leverage your networks to ensure submissions to the Journal are contemporary, high-quality, and reflect rigorous thinking and research on the theme of primary health care.

The role will be paid for 25 hours per week. You will work closely (yet remotely) with a group of assistant editors, our Australian publisher, and the College’s Manager of Communications and Events. 

About the Journal
The Journal of Primary Health Care publishes peer-reviewed original research, reflections reflections and systematic reviews and papers on improving performance that are relevant to its primary health care audience.

The Journal is positioned as relevant to Australasian, and Pacific Island and Pacific rim countries and is a means both of moving research into practice and practice into research. It is published quarterly in March, June, September, and December.

The Journal has a strong reputation and often receives media coverage of its work.

Our commitment to equity and diversity 
Ki te hunga e āta whakaaro ana ki te tuku i te pukapuka tono mō te tūranga nei. He Kāreti tēnei e kaingākau ana ki te reo me ngā tikanga Māori. Mehemea e manawanui ana koe ki te āwhina i te Kāreti ki te whakatutuki i te mana hauora taurite, tēnā koa tukua mai to tono.

We want our College team to reflect the diversity of Aotearoa-New Zealand and the communities that our people serve and work in. We acknowledge the impacts of inequitable health systems and care on Māori as tangata whenua, and on other groups, and we are addressing these as part of our strategic direction. Applicants with additional skills in te reo and tikanga Māori and experience in working in Māori contexts are most welcome. As an employer we also seek to attract staff with diverse backgrounds, experiences, skills and perspectives, and to welcome and value and respect their contributions to our work and workplace.

Read the job description
Our job description outlines the roles and responsibilities of the position and what is expected. 

Are you interested? 
If you would like to be considered for this role, please send your expression of interest email with your current CV to Debbi at DHP Consultancy at DHPConsultancy@outlook.com