Borderlex.eu is a specialist publication focusing on international trade policy.
We are looking for a native English language proof reader, subeditor and SEO writer.
The chosen candidate would help with running our editorial backoffice on WordPress.
- Edit ca. two articles of ca 700-1300 words per day
- Upload on our wordpress website
- Create suitable titles and subtitles
- Find and upload appropriate news and stockshot pictures for articles
- Write SEO title, and SEO summaries
- Categorise articles, tags
- Send out e-mail alerts to our readers once article read
- Regularly amend and update our style guide
- Generally make us better than we are on proofreading, style and impact on the web and social media
Our audience is B2B: government, law, and business. We are a niche no-nonsense high-quality and high-impact publication.
We require availability from ca 17.00 to 20.00 GMT or 18.00-21.00 CET Tuesday to Thursday. We also publish in the mornings on Monday (ca 9 am) and mid day on Fridays.
Time commitment ca 8-10 hours of work per week.
Turnaround time for articles maximum 1 hour
Our preferred candidate would be:
- of course perfect at English, proofreading, attentive to detail
- fluent in wordpress, SEO & online marketing impact-aware
- pro-active and ready to improve our track record so far
- experience with regulatory or economics publications
- ideally knowledge or meaningful exposure to international trade policy – be switched on to global international economic affairs
- knowledge of how the European Union works
- have an eye for the hidden gems in a filing
- ideally located in Europe and working with British English
Social media skills (Twitter etc) a plus – this could lead to a bigger more lucrative contract.
Payment is per hour. Rate depending on experience and final agreed job package.
We are a growing publication and like to build long term relationships for the future.
Send CV and motivation letter to email@example.com
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Selected candidates will be asked to take a one-hour test before taking an interview.