Category: Newspapers-Wire Services
Copy and production editor
CQ Roll CallCategory: Newspapers-Wire Services
Work Schedule: Full Time
CQ Roll Call wants to attract and develop the best people in our industry, wherever they are from and wherever they are. We offer competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package that includes a 401(k) plan, extended vacation, health insurance, and bonus schemes that recognize and reward individual and team performance.
CQ Roll Call is seeking an entry-level copy and production editor to copy edit, package and post all online and print materials in conjunction with the rest of the newsroom and be responsible for producing material on a variety of deadlines to the highest standard of quality possible. This position is accountable for copy editing, packaging and posting material for our suite of print and online products covering Congress, including CQ.com, rollcall.com, Roll Call newspaper, CQ Weekly magazine and a variety of online newsletters.
The position requires an eye for detail, strong copy-editing skills, experience writing headlines and an aptitude for troubleshooting technical problems. Knowledge of HTML, Adobe InCopy, Adobe InDesign and AP style a plus, as is an interest in Congress.
Each application will be evaluated against the minimum job qualifications identified in the job posting above. Failure to return the completed application will negatively impact your candidacy for the position. By returning the completed application, you will be considered an applicant, but it does not guarantee an interview.
How To Apply:
DO NOT use the Apply Online button. Please copy and paste the following link into your browser address bar: http://cqrollcall.contacthr.com/26109909
Deadline To Apply: Oct. 28, 2012
Posted: 09/28/2012 - 04:54 a.m.
Modified: 09/28/2012 - 12:57 p.m.
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