Roles & Responsibilities
We encourage scholars of all career stages and identities to apply for the following roles with The Cuvette.
Practitioners and researchers who have published using specific methodologies and span the disciplines of science education make up our Peer Review Teams.
Reviewers for The Cuvette are provided:
Support (e.g., training, rubrics, points of contact with the journal administration),
Interdisciplinary Networking through participating in the uniquely collaborative and consultative review process, reviewers become familiar with advancements and scholars across science education,
Attribution for their labor in the peer review reports published alongside the research providing another measure for their impact and service to the field,
Shares by the cooperative business structure of the journal.
Scholars with experience in publishing and reviewing science education research comprise the role of Editor.
Editors serve as the voice of their discipline to the Editorial and Advisory Boards by:
Defining the scope and aim of editorials and special issues,
Providing guidance to the peer review team, and
Serving as a point of contact for authors.
Editors are also attributed for their contributions to the field and have the opportunity to earn shares through the cooperative business structure.
Quality Assurance Specialists
Our Quality Assurance Specialists tend to be graduate students seeking to become more familiar with current advances in the literature and how research is reviewed.
Quality Assurance Specialists are
Paid per submission,
Trained and supported by the Peer Review Team,
Are invited to transition into the role of Reviewer once they have published a first-author paper or have taught a course as the instructor on record.
Professionals with exceptional attention to detail and technological prowess are sought after for the role of Typesetter.
Typesetters are paid per submission, collaborate with Editors, Quality Assurance Specialists, and Journal Operations Coordinators to ensure the journal is providing clear and well-structured research to the readers.
Highly-organized professionals with leadership capacities make excellent Journal Operations Administrators.
Operations Administrators ensure submissions move through the workflow efficiently and smoothly, collaborate with all other stakeholders in the journal, and are salaried employees of the journal.
Professionals with a diverse array of skillsets and a level of entrepreneurship are sought after for the role of Consultant.
Consultants are paid as Independent Contractors and collaborate with scholars for research support services (e.g., figure design, data analysis, editing).
Consultants choose which projects they wish to work on a set their hourly pay rates for specific tasks.