As Executive Editor, exhibits the ability to effectively manage subordinates and assistant editors. Depending on the size of the publication, the Executive Editor is to ensure that the publication’s content is in line with its mission and aims of WoS-Journal. This is done by coordinating with the assistant editors, who take this information back to their subordinates. In addition, the Executive Editor approves the hiring of newsroom staff members, performs conduct appraisals and is an editorial staff disciplinarian.
As Editor-in-Chief, edits articles for style and length and ensuring that the newspaper has a consistent style, deals with organisational, administrative or disciplinary issues with members.
The Deputy Editor-in-Chief may assist the Editor-in-Chief and other section editors in editing articles for style and length and ensuring that the newspaper has a consistent style. The Deputy Editor-in-Chief may be required to lay-up parts of bathimpact which do not have designated section editors on behalf of the Editor- in-Chief. The Deputy Editor-in-Chief will assist the Editor-in-Chief in dealing with organisational, administrative or disciplinary issues with members. The Deputy Editor is responsible for the overall aesthetic of the WoS-Journal. The Deputy Editor is responsible for coordinating the sub-editors and the sub- editing process on the day of production.
Managing editor administers the day-to-day operations of a publication or website. This includes generating story ideas; planning, assigning and editing content; overseeing spending; commissioning stories and art; overseeing production schedules and editorial calendars; and supervising editorial staff and freelancers. A managing editor may also write copy, and monitor and/or edit social media posts.