American Honda is seeking a technical editor to join its power equipment division in Alpharetta, Georgia, just north of Atlanta. American Honda, a division of the Honda Motor Company, began producing automobiles, motorcycles, and power products (generators, pumps, lawn and garden machines, etc.) in the U.S. in 1959. In 2014, Honda invested another $870 million in its U.S.
Heather E. Saunders has been helpfully editing the work of her peers since grade school. For the last six and a half years, she has been helping people find the right words through Just the Write Type Editing, her STEM and manuscript editing services.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is seeking a digital solutions editor to join its team in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. Located in the northwest Chicago metropolitan area, Elk Grove Village has received a number of state and national community awards.
Dartmouth Journal Services is seeking several production editors to join its team in Waterbury, Vermont, and elsewhere. In addition to Vermont, entry-level positions are being filled in Maryland, New Hampshire, and Pennsylvania; experienced candidates will also be considered for telecommuting positions.
Monday marks the 30th anniversary of Live Aid, one of the largest global music events ever held. Organized in a scramble of less than 10 weeks by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to raise money for relief efforts in Ethiopia, the live, double-venue concert was held in both London and Philadelphia and was televised in more than 100 countries. With 75 acts performing, 150,000 people attending the live events, and more than a billion watching on TV, the concert raised over $150 million.
Karen Conlin has been working in editing and publishing since the 1980s and is currently a freelance editor who focuses on copyediting, line editing, and substantive editing for indie authors of fiction. Conlin is also the co-owner of the Grammargeddonblog and an active contributor on Google+ and Twitter.
The Atlanta History Center is seeking a full-time editor to join its team in Atlanta, Georgia, for a nine-month appointment. Originally established in 1926 as the Atlanta Historical Society, the history center expanded its holdings and its vision in the 1980s, moving into the current building in 1993.
The Public Library of Science (PLOS) is seeking associate editors to join its PLOS ONE editorial teams in San Francisco, California, or Cambridge, UK. PLOS is a nonprofit group dedicated to improving research communication through advocacy and open access publishing. PLOS ONEis a multidisciplinary, rigorously reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research in science and medicine.