Green Comma is hiring experienced-only ELA editors for reviewing and vetting of new lessons aligned to assessments for grades 6-8 and 11. MUST HAVE SECONDARY CONTENT DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE. NO EXCEPTIONS.
High-profile project. Details after resume review.
If you are interested, please send resume with projects to: firstname.lastname@example.org
IMMEDIATE HIRING FOR :
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Project starts 2nd week in Jan. 2017 for 4 weeks.
Seeking experienced Grade 3 math writer/editor with comprehensive knowledge of Common Core State Standards. Assignment is for digital lessons with multimedia infusion and assessments. Teaching experience alone is NOT enough.
Openings for EXPERIENCED ONLY English Language Arts and Literature subject-matter experts with high school curricula and CCSS experience for both student-facing and teacher-directed products.Positions are:
Editorial project manager with ELA/Lit experience
APPLY TO: email@example.com
Nonnegotiable: You must have Word 2007 installed. A sample document test will be arranged to ensure file transfer.
If you don't have Word 2007, STOP READING.IF YOU ANSWER "YES" TO ABOVE QUESTION,THEN . . .
IF YOU ANSWER "YES" TO THESE 4 QUESTIONS . . .
EDITORIAL GUIDELINES FOR LIGHT, MINIMAL AUTHOR QUERY COPYEDITING
A language editor works on a manuscript and cleans it up of grammatical and spelling errors. Special care is taken not to change the author’s content and meaning. Any change that might affect the original intent of the sentence needs to be queried to the author. It is also important that consistency is maintained, especially with regard to hyphenated and capitalized terms and casing in headings. When editing files by non-native authors, attention should be paid to article/preposition usage as well as awkward sentences. Any sentence that does not make sense needs to be queried.
A language editor should be sensitive to what is scientific jargon vis-à-vis wrong usage and should learn to respect authors’ writing styles as long as it is not confusing to the reader.
When a text is poorly written (i.e., requires extensive rephrasing/rewriting), the editor should alert the publisher as this would require a higher level of editing.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILES