Job Description for NACAA Journal Chair The Candidate must have a working knowledge of various types of technology used in the creation of documents for publication. Some examples are; the NACAA Web Page, internet links, the creation of spreadsheets for data tabulation, various document creation programs, wiki discussion pages, and photograph and chart creation and insertion techniques. The Candidate must establish a close working relationship with the NACAA Executive Director, the NACAA Electronic Communications Chair, the NACAA Internal Publications Committee, and the NACAA Secretary. The Candidate must administrate and communicate with the Journal Committee via conference call on a regular basis. The Candidate must administrate the recruitment of 25-50 reviewers for the reviewing process. The Candidate must design and provide training for reviewers that will improve the reviewing process for the journal. The Candidate must communicate regularly with reviewers to ensure timeliness in the reviewing process. After the deadline for receiving submissions has passed the Candidate must communicate with the participants informing them that their submission has been received. After the reviewing process is complete the Candidate should communicate with participants to inform them of the acceptance or rejection of their papers. Prior to or immediately after the "Call for Papers" the Candidate should communicate with NACAA membership to encourage the submission of papers. The Candidate must administrate the journal publication process to allow for publishing the journal at least on a biannual basis.