Job Postings – Associate Editor at Mathematical Reviews

Work at Math ReviewsWe are hiring!   We have three Associate Editor positions opening up for 2019.  We are looking for one new Associate Editor to start as soon as possible in 2019 and two new Associate Editors to start in late spring or summer 2019.  All three jobs are posted on (of course!).

For each of the positions, the successful applicant will have mathematical breadth with an interest in current developments, and will be keen to learn new topics in pure and applied mathematics.  Candidates are expected to have a doctorate, plus several years of relevant experience post-Ph.D.

  • Job #13067:  [To start as soon as possible in 2019.] The new editor should have expertise in combinatorics and related areas.
  • Job #13068: [To start in late spring or summer 2019.] The new editor should have expertise in mathematical physics and areas of analysis.
  • Job #13069:[To start in late spring or summer 2019.] The new editor should have expertise in number theory and related areas of algebra, analysis, and geometry.

Mathematical Reviews is a great place to work.  You get to do something important and useful.  You would also be working with great people.  A list of the current editors is here.  And here is a picture of some of us observing the eclipse in August 2017.

Math Reviews watching the Eclipse of 2017

If you have any questions, drop me a line.

About Edward Dunne

I am the Executive Editor of Mathematical Reviews. Previously, I was an editor for the AMS Book Program for 17 years. Before working for the AMS, I had an academic career working at Rice University, Oxford University, and Oklahoma State University. In 1990-91, I worked for Springer-Verlag in Heidelberg. My Ph.D. is from Harvard. I received a world-class liberal arts education as an undergraduate at Santa Clara University.
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