Re: Editor interview
After being made redundant in Feb I did a business start course here
(grant to do it!) with the aim of setting up on my own. Some business
coming in but it's still pretty quiet her in N Ireland.
I've been contacted by a local agency re an editor position (some writing)
that sounds quite promising. I've been told that the interview will be in
a short test - proof/editing
a 'what if' scenario and then I've to give a short (5min) presentation
First two are OK - I gather the scenario's to see how I think on my feet
(job is in education so need to be very flexible). The interview I'm OK
with but are there any specific Qs I need to watch out for that may be
specifically editor related? Any help/advice much appreciated. Please copy
me directly on any replies as I'm on digest at the moment.
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