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Subject:job opening in Chapel Hill NC From:altonm -at- US -dot- IBM -dot- COM Date:Thu, 13 May 1999 15:06:43 -0400
Here is a job opening at UNC-CH for an editorial assistant. Please E-mail June
Blackwelder at jgb -at- email -dot- unc -dot- edu for more information.
Web Design and Development
altonm -at- us -dot- ibm -dot- com
---------------------- Forwarded by Melissa Alton/Raleigh/IBM on 05/13/99 03:06
June Blackwelder <jgb -at- email -dot- unc -dot- edu> on 05/13/99 02:55:15 PM
To: Melissa Alton/Raleigh/IBM -at- IBMUS
Subject: Re: job opening
Here's a brief job description; thanks so much for sending it around.
The Editorial Assistant edits and produces instructional and promotional
materials, both print and electronic, for distance education programs in
the Division of Continuing Education, and maintains the Division's Web
The Editorial Assistant reviews materials developed by faculty members
to make certain that it meets the standards of quality maintained in
Division of Continuing Education programs. The Editorial Assistant
revises, rewrites, deletes, and writes copy as necessary, and produces
the final version of instructional materials, either as print originals
to be used for reproduction or as Web pages to be distributed via the
Division's Web server. The Editorial Assistant is responsible for
producing the Division's Web pages, which are used to describe Division
programs and The William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing
Education. The Editorial Assistant writes copy, edits copy written by
others, creates graphics, creates or modifies CGI scripts, produces the
pages using HTML authoring software, checks links, and moves files to
the Web server. The Editorial Assistant must have strong editing,
writing, and organizational skills, as well as desktop publishing and
Web-authoring competencies. The work requires attention to detail and a
high degree of accuracy in order to produce acceptable materials.