Call for SEAA Media Coordinator

 The Society for East Asian Archaeology is currently looking for a volunteer Media Coordinator, whose responsibilities will include finding and collating news and announcements related to East Asian archaeology, and posting these on the SEAA blog and in a regular newsletter that will be distributed to the membership. We are looking for an enthusiastic, technology savvy undergraduate or graduate student who will work with our current web editor to fill this role.

 Key responsibilities include:

               Collecting SEAA-related news, publication, job, conference, and exhibition announcements. 

               Posting information related to these announcements to the SEAA blog.

               Collating this information into a preformatted e-newsletter several times a year.

               Potential to coordinate social media output during SEAA conferences.

 Desired qualifications and interests include:

               Excellent communication, writing, and organizational skills.

               Strong interest in East Asian archaeology/history.

               Familiarity with one or more East Asian languages.

               Past experience managing websites and/or familiarity with social media.

 Compensation will include free membership in the SEAA and free conference registration for the duration of your tenure as SEAA Media Coordinator.

Interested individuals should forward their CV and a short letter of introduction discussing their suitability for the position to Andrew Womack, the SEAA Web Editor ( Applications will be accepted through June 30th, 2020 and will be reviewed by the Web Editor and Executive Board. Finalists will be contacted to arrange a video interview before the end of July, with the selected individual announced on the SEAA website in August.

 The position will last for 3 years with the possibility of renewal. The position can be terminated at any time by the board due to unsatisfactory fulfillment of duties.

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