This is primarily a traditional editing role, with the main responsibility of the Copy Editor being to proofread, format, and edit ICES advice products as well as formal publications. In addition, the Copy Editor resolves linguistic and style queries from colleagues and is part of the team maintaining the Style Guide and Word List.
Qualifications and experience
Besides being a stickler for grammar, the ideal Copy Editor is someone who can work both independently and in close collaboration with colleagues and external clients. Further requirements for this position include:
Terms of appointment
The appointment will be full time (38 hours per week) for a four-year contract period starting preferably in December 2020/January 2021.
ICES Secretariat staff enjoy privileges and immunities pursuant to the Host Agreement between the Government of Denmark and ICES. The salaries of ICES staff are exempt from Danish income tax and the salary for this role is at the “C4" grade, which is based on but not equivalent to the United Nations common salary system.
Furthermore, a tax-free pension scheme is available, to which both the employee and ICES contribute. ICES Staff Rules set out the conditions and principles of employment and the responsibilities of the staff of the Secretariat.
If you feel you have the personal and professional qualities and potential we are looking for, please submit your application (CV and cover letter) via 360job no later than 2 October. Please mark your email and application documents “202007 Copy Editor".
Questions about the position should be directed to Editor Ruth Anderson. General questions about the recruitment process or working conditions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ICES is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage all qualified candidates to apply.
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