The primary responsibilities of editor-in-chief and Deputy Editors may vary based on the publishing house (IJMNHS, TWCMSI) work for and the level of education or experience they have, but the responsibilities typically include:
- Developing authors, Associate, Deputy editors, and senior editors
- Approving the publication’s template, layout, design, style, and tone
- Distributing International Author’s Manuscripts for peer Reviewing ensuring that written contents are free from Plagiarism, spelling, and grammar errors
- Fact-checking information available in articles and included in the studies
- Providing suggestions for edits whenever needed to improve the research content quality
- Liaison with International Reviewers teams from time to time and assign manuscripts for peer reviewing
- Making final decisions about which papers, scientific articles and case studies, thesis/dissertation, etc to be published
- Determining which topics will be covered in upcoming issues of the publication and selecting appropriate writers to cover these topics
- Determining the Title of the Special issues for any Conferences or supplementary issues
- The editor-in-chief spends most of the workday reading, editing manuscripts, conferring with authors and other editors, and planning the content of future issues.
- Attending meetings with the publisher or publication board to discuss issues and plans for the current or upcoming publications
- The editor-in-chief also represents the publishing house at board meetings, International conferences, and seminars.
- Last but not least, Editor-In-Chief, need the following skills to manage our Publishing House: Communication, Leadership, Editing, and Decision Making, etc.