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All work will be completed remotely. Applicants can be located anywhere in the United States.
The editor makes adjustments to report manuscripts, providing a quality line edit in accordance with grammar standards, language, and a style guide set forth by Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), an R&D nonprofit firm in the power generation industry. Reports will follow mostly the Chicago Manual of Style and include company style preferences such as word usage and formatting. In collaboration with a production/design artist and EPRI project manager, the editor ensures the quality of material through stages – a line edit and a design proof edit – before the material can be approved and published by the specified deadline. The proof edit may require more than one review cycle, depending on the length of the report.
All projects adhere to strict deadlines. This contract is seasonal (Fall/Winter), but can turn into an annual seasonal contract if the work completed is of high quality.
Budgeted hours range from 10-60 hours per project. Applicants will be required to sometimes handle multiple projects.
Technical Publication Requirements:
Initial edit of the complete document
Proof/edit any graphics that have been redrawn or relabeled
Development of a Report Summary and/or Abstract if needed
Preparation of SI unit conversions as needed
Question/Answer meeting with the Project Manager
Proof a layout after it has been placed into a template and all graphics have been placed and tables have been styled
Cycle of exchanging and proofing edits with layout designer until the report is final
Non-Technical Publication Requirements:
Initial edit of the project- No rewriting, but including grammar review, spelling corrections, confirming dates and times, etc., and proofing for consistency within the publication and with other client’s standards that will be provided to you.
Cycle of exchanging and proofing edits with layout designer until the project is final