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Posted June 1, 2018

Senior Editor/Writer – RTI International

Location:

Durham

Description:

RTI International is seeking an experienced Senior Copy Editor/Publications Coordinator with specific training in editing or with 6–10 years of focused experience as a publications editor. The successful candidate will have experience working with a style guide such as The Chicago Manual of Style and excellent interpersonal communications skills. An international background or experience working with ESL individuals is preferred. Editor will provide publications support to RTI's international staff in the production of technical reports, white papers, proposals, journal articles, presentation materials, guidelines documents, outreach materials, newsletters, and brochures. This position will be based in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.

Duties include the following:
• Apply skills to a broad range of editing/writing/document production tasks, including complex and unusual assignments
• Spearhead publications initiatives
• Provide guidance to less experienced editors
• Edit documents according to the level of edit required (copy, substantive, rewrite)
• Edit English-as-a-second-language (ESL) documents for heavy reorganization and rewriting as required, with attention to grammar, style, format, and consistency according to appropriate style guide or knowledge of client
• Coordinate proposal production efforts
• Work with RTI technical staff to resolve queries and consult on document organization
• Coordinate document production
• Develop style guidelines as needed
• Assign and direct project-specific work of other production staff as needed
• Edit online as needed
• Occasionally write or assemble new material from client-supplied information

To Apply:

http://m.rfer.us/RTI__I34t

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