22 Jun '12, 2pm

Do you love writing about the oceans? We're looking for an assistant editor, check it out and pass it on

Location: Washington, D.C. Department: Marketing & Communications Oceana, a results-oriented international ocean conservation non-profit, is seeking an editor to assist with our publications and online communications. As our Assistant Editor, you will work with the Communications and Development teams to write and edit content for Oceana’s publications, website and social media. Oceana’s communications describe, celebrate and support our campaign progress and events in the U.S. and internationally—currently Europe, South America (Chile), and Central America (Belize). You will have an opportunity to help shape Oceana’s evolving editorial voice and brand, and have significant interaction with Oceana’s program staff – in all of its regions. You will stay up-to-date on Oceana’s campaigns and events. This position will report to the Editorial Manager. Responsibilities include: ...

Full article: http://oceana.org/en/about-us/employment-opportunities/as...

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