Could you chief-edit Annals of Botany?

Professor Pat Heslop-Harrison, the Chief Editor of Annals of Botany, is standing down in Summer 2020 after twelve very successful years at the helm of Annals of Botany Company‘s flagship journal.

Pat Heslop-Harrison and bananas
Pat Heslop-Harrison

Annals of Botany is now the longest continuously-published title in plant science, having been established in 1887. Currently published by Oxford University Press, the journal is owned outright by the Company, which is an independent, not-for-profit organization.

The Chief Editor is charged with full oversight of the journal’s content and development, so the Company is seeking a plant scientist of high international standing with proven editorial experience. The journal’s operations are conducted electronically and the new Chief Editor could thus be located anywhere in the world. If you think this could be for you, please download the further particulars and take a closer look.