CUJAH: CUJAH is hiring!

CUJAH is Hiring!

The Concordia Undergraduate Journal of Art History is currently seeking out executive team members for the upcoming 2021/2022 academic year! We encourage anyone interested in gaining professional experience in writing, editing, journal publishing and/or event coordination to apply.

We are currently seeking applications for the following positions:

Managing Editor
  • Orchestrate and oversee all editorial activities
  • Work alongside the Editor-in-Chief in all aspects of CUJAH vol. XVIII
  • Work on CUJAH’s archive project
  • Shadow Editor-in-Chief to assume role in the successive academic year
  • $600 honorarium

Conference Coordinator
  • Organize and coordinate the annual CUJAH conference
  • Arrange call outs and jurying of submissions
  • Search for speakers for professional panels
  • Secure room bookings and catering
  • Work directly with the Editor-in-Chief, Communications Coordinator and collaborators
  • Hourly wage to be discussed 

Financial coordinator
  • Handles all financial matters related to the journal and conference, including grant writing, invoices, and payment requisitions;
  • Works directly with and is assisted by the Editor-in-Chief and Conference Coordinator;
  • Ensures that CUJAH obtains the proper rights to use images in the printed and online versions of the journal by contacting artists, museums, galleries or right-owners;
  • Participates in a democratic and anonymous selection of features, essays, and artworks to be included in publication;
  • Attends monthly meetings of the Executive Committee, and as such, has a vote within the Executive Committee.
  • Honorarium to be discussed


Please send the following documents in a single PDF to by midnight on July 1st, 2021.

1 - CV

2 - Short bio (200 words maximum) indicating your academic interests, current student status and indicate which position you are applying for

3 - Contact information (name, phone number, email address, student ID)

Applications may be submitted in English or French.

CUJAH recognizes and values any form of experience as qualifications for these positions; whether it be formal/informal employment, volunteer work, life experiences and/or self-directed organizing. We also encourage those identifying as members of marginalized communities including, but not limited to people of colour, Indigenous people, people with disabilities, immigrants, people identifying as LGBTQI and people from working class backgrounds to apply. If you wish to be considered for employment equity, please indicate this in your application. It is not required that candidates explain why they would like to be considered for employment equity.

Interviews will take place between 5th-9th of July, 2021 via Zoom. Only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview. We wish to thank everyone who will apply and for their interest in CUJAH.

Please do not hesitate to email if you have any inquiries or questions!