Share Magazine Vacancies
The SHARE Magazine Sub-Committee seeks to appoint an Assistant Editor of Share,
AA's monthly magazine in England and Wales.
Each month the printer sends a proof copy of the next magazine and the Assistant Editor needs to proof read the whole magazine within 48 hours, emailing the Editor with any amendments. An understanding of deadlines is vital for this position to guarantee Share is delivered to AA groups by the first week of the month.
The monthly production of SHARE magazine is a team effort; it is essential for the Assistant Editor to be an experienced team player with good experience of service within AA including service at Intergroup and preferably service at Region. Computer and email competence is indispensable. It would be desirable to have previous editing experience; training will be given.
This is a four-year unpaid commitment, although expenses may be claimed. Applicants must have a minimum of five years continuous sobriety at the time of application. They should be familiar with Conference-approved literature, Alcoholics Anonymous, Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, AA Comes of Age, Twelve Concepts and the AA Structure and Service Handbooks for Great Britain. The Team can hold up to four annual meetings, either in York or by conference-call, including an annual, national SHARE Liaisons Officers' meeting. The day-to-day business of the Team is carried out electronically.
Closing date for applications is: 16th August 2019. Application forms are available from the AA GB website go to Members, Vacancies; or write/call: GSO, PO Box 1, 10 Toft Green, York YOI 7NJ. Tel: 01904 644026
Vacancy for an Editorial Reader
Share has a vacancy for an editorial reader. The job involves reading and scoring all articles and letters submitted, to provide a guide for suitability to publish, checking quotations, suggesting titles and supporting the team to develop Share magazine.
Most of the work is done electronically and requires working to deadlines. The position is for 4 years.
Readers are required to attend meetings at GSO York 2-4 times per year.
5 years continuous sobriety.
Experience at Intergroup and preferably Region.
Good standard of English language and computer literate.
Familiar with Conference approved literature, and a working knowledge of the Traditions, Concepts and service structure of AA GB.
The ability to work as part of a team is paramount .
Closing date for applications is: 16th August 2019.
Maxine W. Trustee Share.