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Want to work for Engadget? We're hiring a copy editor!

Christopher Trout, @Mr_Trout
March 15, 2012
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Do you love gadgets? Do you hate typos? Do you have experience working as a copy editor or proofreader? Are you looking for work? Lucky you! We're looking for a dedicated freelancer to join our team and kill those dreadful dangling participles. Here's what we're looking for:

  • A Copy Editor / Proofreader: Part-time (freelance) living in or around New York City or San Francisco with at least two years experience working at an established publication.
Want to apply? Read on!



Responsibilities:

  • Edit, proofread and fact check copy for long-format pieces for both Engadget.com and Engadget Distro
  • Proofread and fact check completed pages for Engadget Distro

Qualifications:
  • Two years experience at an established publication or online property acting as a copy editor, fact checker or proofreader (Experience in digital publishing a must)
  • Extensive experience with AP style
  • Knowledge of the consumer electronics industry
  • Ability to work at break-neck speeds to turn around copy on a tight deadline

Qualified candidates, please email resume and cover letter to distrojobsATengadgetDOTcom with the phrase "Engadget Copy Editor 2012" in the subject line.

Spambots need not apply.







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