Content Update Editor, Liquor.com
About Your Role:
As a Content Update Editor for Liquor.com, you will review and revise existing articles in order to elevate user experience, according to specific project instructions and brand guidelines. We are looking for an editor who can commit to 20 hours a week. This is a contract role, with a rate of pay of $20-$25 an hour.
About Your Contributions:
- You will research and perform revisions or updates to content as needed according to specific project instructions and brand guidelines.
- In some cases, you will use your editorial instinct to independently assess what work is necessary on a piece of content before performing an update.
- You will fact check and copy edit on top of any larger revisions and updates.
- For some projects, you will source designer photos for article updates that are consistent with Liquor.com's style and brand voice.
- You have a strong writing and/or editorial background in food and drinks, liquor industry knowledge, etc., with current industry knowledge and relationships. You’re always on top of new trends, treatments, and products.
- You’re able to easily adopt an established brand voice, and you adhere to strict brand and style guidelines like a pro.
- You’re comfortable working in a content management system (CMS) and can work quickly, independently, and accurately.
- You are comfortable working remotely.
- You have access to a smartphone, computer (not a tablet), and a secure internet connection
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