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Associate French Editor
Associate Editor (Burnsville)

Associate French Editor
September 18, 2017
The Associate French Editor assists in the production of a successful, profitable series of French language basal and non-basal textbooks, ancillary, electronic and multimedia materials for the high school market by working closely with Editor, Authors, Production, EDP, Marketing, and Sales. The Associate Editor will work together and closely with the Editor to ensure that the programs are released to the market on time according to publishing schedule. The Associate Editor will be responsible for editing, copyediting and proofreading for student textbooks, teacher’s edition, and ancillary materials. In addition, s/he will be responsible for development, design, organization, execution, accuracy, production and advocacy.

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Associate Editor (Burnsville)

Red Line Editorial is looking for an Associate Editor to join our high-energy team of publishing professionals.

RLE creates high-quality books for publishers on a variety of subjects. Most of our books are nonfiction titles created for students in grades K–12, but we also work in a number of other genres.

This is a position that will give the right candidate the opportunity to work on key aspects of our editorial projects. This position requires keen attention to detail and an ability to manage an involved editorial process.

This position will have hands-on involvement in a variety of areas, including project management of assigned manuscripts, developmental edits, photo research and caption writing, oversight of the book development process from manuscripts through page layout and proof stages, collaboration with external authors and vendors, and other editorial duties. The associate editor will work on books and marketing materials. A library or education background is a plus, as is a background or interest in sports, science and/or history.

The ideal candidate will possess at minimum:
• A four-year degree in English, journalism, mass communication, or similar. Degrees in other humanities fields, such as history, will also be considered.
• One year of experience working on books and/or educational materials
• An ability to communicate professionally and effectively with different departments, vendors, and clients
• A tremendous attention to every last detail
• Talent to handle a wide variety of tasks without sacrificing quality
• An ability to effectively handle a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
• An interest and willingness to learn about the full publishing process (both print and digital)
• Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel, Adobe Acrobat, FTPs, and Google Drive
• Proficiency with the Chicago Manual of Style 16th edition and MLA
• Solid grammar skills

We offer a competitive starting salary, benefits including a company-paid health insurance plan, a casual work environment focused on cooperation, and the ability to grow both in your career and with the company.

If you are interested, please send your resume and cover letter to No phone calls, please.

Location: Burnsville
Compensation: Low 30s, DOQ

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