Writer–editor; Melbourne; permanent part-time
A client is looking for a talented and experienced writer–editor to join a team of communications professionals.
Ideally you will have IPEd accreditation or have the knowledge and experience that would gain you accreditation. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to complete a brief writing and editing test.
The work is quite varied. One day you might be copyediting a report for a government agency; the next reviewing a tender to deliver a major IT project. In between you might be required to interview someone about their area of expertise and then write a snappy 500-word LinkedIn post about them.
This is a permanent part-time role (approximately 23 hours a week). The location is Melbourne CBD but the role can be a hybrid: at least two days a week at the office and the remainder working from home. Work days and salary are negotiable.
If you are interested, send your CV to email@example.com.
For further information, contact Geoffrey Marnell on 0419 574 668.
NOTE: Those who are not presently living in Australia or don't have a permit to work in Australia need not apply.
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