Job ID: 2023-17691 Type: Full-Time # of Openings: 1 Category: Communications and Public Relations
The Office of Communications seeks a meticulous Copy Editor/Proofreader to help ensure the University's public-facing communications maintain an exceptionally high level of accuracy and overall excellence that reflects positively on the University's reputation. The copy editor/proofreader will provide detailed fact-checking for a wide range of print and online materials where 100% accuracy is critical. The Copy Editor/Proofreader will also provide organizational support to the editorial team in the Office of Communications.
This position is a benefits-eligible, 2-year term position.
Copy edit print and online materials using the Universityâ™s AP-based style guide and proofread for accuracy, often under tight deadlines.
Provide organizational support to the editorial team in the Office of Communications.
Thorough knowledge of Associated Press style. Demonstrated ability to provide copy editing and proofreading to the highest standard under tight deadlines. Ability to prioritize and juggle responsibilities. Organized and expert problem solver. Self-motivated with ability to work independently and also as part of multiple teams.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent 3+ years experience
Experience in a college or university setting.
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