Guideposts company profile

Editorial Intern

Job Location:

Lower Manhattan - New York, NY, United States

Job Description:

The intern will be responsible for fact-checking and researching material that goes into the magazine. The material ranges from feature-length stories to short articles or fact tables, as well as recipes and author information sections. The intern will also proofread various articles, looking for any errors of grammar or facts. The intern will work closely with editors and may also have the opportunity to write short pieces. The intern will need to be able to find suitable quotes for our Up Side department and will read through story submissions to find possible stories.

Other duties include inputting research changes into copy providing additional research when there are holes in writers’ copy sniffing out story leads performing other administrative and editorial duties.

We are a small staff, so you’ll get the chance to really be part of the team.

This is a paid internship, $11/hour. Up to 20 hours per week, but we are flexible.

Job Requirements:

Experience researching and fact-checking by phone, on the internet or by using various books such as Who’s Who, Webster’s Biographical and Geographical dictionaries, Merriam-Webster’s 11th edition dictionary, etc. Need to have knowledge of Google, IMDb and other research websites. Need to have excellent phone skills when calling authors to check factual changes. Knowledge of Words Into Type a plus.

Need someone who is energetic and proactive in his or her work. Attention to detail, self-discipline and excellent organizational skills are a must.

How To Apply:

Send resume and cover letter to jobs@guideposts.org

Contact Information:

Contact: Human Resources
Director
Guideposts
110 William Street
New York, NY, United States 10061
Fax: 203-749-0290
Email: jobs@guideposts.org
Website: www.guideposts.org

Posted:

February 3, 2017

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