South Korea’s No. 1 English-language daily newspaper The Korea Herald is looking for a full-time copy editor.
The applicant should be a native English speaker with at least a bachelor’s degree and two years of experience in journalism or related fields.
The role involves editing articles for print and online, video scripts and other online copy. Other tasks include headline writing and proof reading, as well as contributing to podcasts and video content.
Work will be in-office, except for periods of social distancing, and follow a 40-hour workweek. Days and times of work vary, but include some Sundays andevening hours.
Interested applicants should send resumes to email@example.com. Applications will be accepted until March 11. Selected applicants will be contacted individually for interview.