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Company: e.Republic
Position:
Writer/Project editor
Location:
California
Job Status:  Full-time
Ad Expires: 
January 17, 2013
Job ID: 1456409

Description:

Folsom based publishing, research, event, and new media company is looking for a Custom Publishing Writer/Project editor to join our team!

Serving both government and industry for over 25 years, e.Republic publishes the market’s leading periodicals and websites, runs the largest intergovernmental conferences in the nation and produces over 200 targeted and custom events annually.

The Writer/Project Editor will work in our Custom Media department and report to the Director of Custom Media.

Some Duties & Responsibilities include:

  • Writes case studies, thought leadership profiles and issue briefs under direction of sponsors and custom media director
  • Attends kick off calls and other and planning sessions.
  • Conducts telephone interviews with sources when acting as the writer
  • Finds art and creates sidebars for design when working as the project editor. Also updates and edits materials in InCopy
  • Makes changes to custom content as required by sponsors and government sources.
  •  Edits for grammar, style, flow and organization, proofs and fact-checks.

Abilities Required:

  • Ability to write clear and concise copy
  • Write to the specifications of the client and the custom media director
  • Be capable of juggling multiple tasks under tight deadlines
  • Ensure projects are completed on time and in coordination with other business divisions
  • Work well as part of a team
  • Have superb copy-editing and fact-checking skills
  •  Ensure that all deliverables of his or her project are fulfilled (may need to work with other business divisions to ensure this)

 

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