An innovative EdTech company focused on the arts is seeking a Digital Editor to help deliver a whole range of innovative educational materials for secondary schools and higher education by supporting the publication of their teaching and learning resources on their digital platform. The Digital Editor will work amongst a friendly and supportive team. Our client offer a competitive salary and benefits package alongside the chance to develop a long lasting career with a leading, and fast-growing EdTech company passionate about helping teachers and students around the world. They offer hybrid working with a minimum of 1 day per week required in their central London office.
As Digital Editor your main responsibilities will include (amongst others):
- Support the Publishing Manager to deliver content in line with the publishing schedule
- Copyedit, proofread and format educational materials for Drama/Theatre and English, and
work with freelance editors to do the same
- Write engaging copy using in-house style
- Prepare content and metadata for publication using a content management system (CMS)
- Regularly review and update published content
- Ensure resources are consistent and are optimised for target audiences
The ideal Digital Editor will be a proactive team player with a great eye for detail and have proven educational publishing experience, including strong editorial expertise - importantly, copyediting and proofreading experience - as well as excellent communication and organisation skills. Experience of working with freelance editors would be useful, along side a familiarity with using a CMS and experience of using Adobe Acrobat, but not a must.
This is an exciting Digital Editor role for those passionate about the arts and drama, offering the opportunity to develop a career within a highly successful EdTech organisation, and could be a great next step for someone currently an Editorial Assistant / Editor or similar.
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For a full description of the role, please send your CV with a brief paragraph outlining your relevant skills.
Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.
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