Associate Publishing Specialist
The Associate Publishing Specialist participates in an Editorial or Content Operations team and assists in the creation and/or acquisition, preparation and delivery of assigned content and information for creating products and product functionality in all publication media (print or electronic).
- Publishing: Performs duties such as analyzing, keying, converting, coding, copyreading, editing, merging, rendering, loading, or validation of data.
- Supports team publishing goals by meeting deadlines.
- Quality Control: Responsible for accuracy and completeness of work product. All work will be checked until competent process knowledge is developed.
- Individual and Team Skills: Attends and participates in team meetings, prioritizes own work, and participates in the performance management process (e.g. peer reviews, self-evaluation).
- Content acquisition: Duties may include acquisition of manuscripts or core content, analysis of manuscripts and electronic files, coding (mark-up of data) and resolving coding errors, manuscript editing, compiling and editing of content, proofreading and copy reading, quality control and verification.
- Strong English language skills, including college level vocabulary, spelling, punctuation and grammar and sentence structure.
- Strong communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively with internal and/or external contacts.
- Skilled in the use of personal computers and familiarity with multiple software packages, including word processing and file management applications.
- Ability to prioritize and stay focused while dealing with multiple assignments.
- Detail-oriented with an aptitude for analysis and problem solving on an individualized level and within the context of a team environment.
- Ability to successfully work in a team environment.
- Candidates must be willing to work in McKinley Hill, Taguig City and can start as soon as possible.
- Must be a Bachelor's degree holder.
- Must be willing to work on any shift and shifting schedule.
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