About this Job
CambridgeEditors is a small editing firm in its 18th year, with a group of remote, exceptional editors across the academic and creative areas of writing. It is essential the intern have a familiarity with academic language and creative writing. The Interns’ tasks can include:
- Website up-keeping, blogging. Ability to write Linked In articles is desirable.
- Uploading new client and editor data; sorting and evaluating editors’ tests. Postings as needed and the like. Research as needed.
- Up-keeping of date sensitive computer files.
- Able to work interactively with a small team including our Founder and Administrative and Editor Manager.
- Ability to work independently on projects.
- Excellent written skills, office experience, and emailing ability.
- Familiarity with sophisticated academic language.
- Technical skills in marketing such as Google Ads campaign building, scheduling posts, trouble shooting website issues, or changing coding where desired (optional, but desirable).
- Marketing and branding experience.
- Knowledge and possession of InDesign.
- Potential applicants must be able to work afternoons (12:30-5pm) on two weekday afternoons and may be asked to flyer in their spare time.
Though we marked this as an unpaid internship, we are working towards paying interns in the very near future for specific skills such as Google Ad campaign creation and monitoring. We encourage prospective candidates to ask about this in their interview. Furthermore, there is a certain degree of opportunity to stay with the company, in a marketing or administrative capacity, and be considered for a paid position in the fall, or a free-lance marketing spot.
In order to apply, please send a resume and cover letter with the appropriate subject header to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will begin reviewing these in mid-April. In your letter, please choose one area above that is a specific skill or strength of yours, especially in the digital marketing area.
Established in 2003, CambridgeEditors is an independent firm dedicated to providing superior editorial services for a wide range of clients. Our diverse clientele includes, but is not limited to, Academics, Creative Writers, and Corporations. Some of our past projects have included:
– scholarly monographs, chapters, and journals articles
– dissertations and master’s theses
– novels, short stories, and poetry
– undergraduate papers and application essays
– grant proposals and websites
– institutional materials, brochures, advertisements, and reports.