The Slovak Spectator seeks Copy Editor

The Slovak Spectator, Slovakia’s only English-language newspaper, is seeking a copy editor to be responsible for the grammar and style of its weekly paper and series of annual magazines.

Candidates should be detail-oriented and able to work under pressure and deadlines. Copy-editing experience, familiarity with AP style, and experience with or education in the written word are preferred.

Knowledge of the Slovak language is appreciated but not required and journalistic experience is welcome.

Only native speakers of English will be considered.

Please send resumes and cover letters to Beata Balogová, Editor-In-Chief, at beata.balogova@gpp.sk or call 00421 259233301

The Slovak Spectator, Slovakia’s only English-language newspaper, is seeking a copy editor to be responsible for the grammar and style of its weekly paper and series of annual magazines.

Candidates should be detail-oriented and able to work under pressure and deadlines. Copy-editing experience, familiarity with AP style, and experience with or education in the written word are preferred.

Knowledge of the Slovak language is appreciated but not required and journalistic experience is welcome.

Only native speakers of English will be considered.

Please send resumes and cover letters to Beata Balogová, Editor-In-Chief, at beata.balogova@gpp.sk or call 00421 259233301

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