The ASNR is revamping its website and is looking for 11 website editors to help with creating content and working with ASNR members to create content. The website editors will each be in charge of different sections of the website (MOC portal, fellowship portal, neurocurriculum live, patient portal, PQIs, advocacy/health policy, research, study groups and 3 editors for social media). The website editors will work closely with the members of the ASNR Executive Committee responsible for these respective areas. Editors are expected to ensure that their website sections are up-to-date and that new content is continuously being created. New content should be added typically on at least a monthly frequency to keep ASNR members engaged. Web content will also populate ASNR social media, including Facebook and Twitter sites.
The website editors will be official members of the ASNR website content task force and can list the title of ASNR website editor on their CV. They will receive nominal financial compensation. Initial appointment will be for one year, and appointment can be renewed based on productivity as assessed by the ASNR Website and Social Media Committee. Interested candidates should email their CV along with a statement explaining their qualifications and interest in this role to Max Wintermark at email@example.com. Junior ASNR members are strongly encouraged to apply.