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Last Update: 01-06-2021

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Assistant Editor/ Editor - English Language Teaching (Secondary ELT)

Job Responsibilities:
  • Plan, design and develop English Language Teaching (ELT) publications of the highest possible quality
  • Manage the editorial process to ensure all material is produced on time and to budget
  • Network with relevant professionals and associations in school visits, focus groups and meetings
  • Collaborate with sales and marketing teams in market research, promotion and sales activities
  • Collaborate with design, production and digital teams on publishing and digital/multimedia productions
 
Job Requirements:
  • A University degree, preferably in a field related to language and/or education
  • Excellent command of written and spoken English
  • Editorial experience in educational publishing or related experience in writing, content- and copy-editing will be an advantage
  • Knowledge of local English secondary school curriculum
  • Experience in teaching English as a foreign or second language will be an advantage
  • Experience in digital publishing is preferred
  • Excellent analytical, organizational, problem-solving and communication skills and ability to work under pressure

Assistant Editor / Editor / Project Editor (Physics)

Job Responsibilities:
  • Assist in all stages of the production of English and/or Chinese teaching and learning materials in book and electronic form;
  • Ensure the teaching and learning materials are accurate and meet market needs, in order to achieve the policy and profit objectives set by management;
  • Prepare manuscripts (including proofreading and copy-editing), develop ideas and give instructions for illustrations in books and other products;
  • Collaborate with various departments to ensure smooth work progress and develop teacher network.

Job Requirements:
  • University degree in Physics;
  • Excellent command of written English and Chinese;
  • Strong organizational and communication skills;
  • Able to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines;
  • Good knowledge of IT or teaching experience is an advantage;
  • Candidates with more experience and capability will be considered for Project Editor.