One of the objectives of the role is the formation, development and generation of content for assigned online publications.
The Editor will be instrumental in ensuring that these assigned publications service customers' requirements by providing information that is current, relevant and accurate.
This role will entail managing the process of receiving and editing authored legal commentary, precedents and workflow. Editorial content will be edited applying the New Zealand Law Style Guide and Thomson Reuters house style where applicable.
The Editor is expected to become familiar with the content of the assigned publications, and to be proactive in meeting our customers' informational needs and requirements, particularly looking ahead to the future to anticipate the impact of changes to the law.
Ideally, this person will need to be well-informed of the law, have strong online research skills, and possess a high degree of attention to detail.
They will need to have the ability to work in a methodical manner, be capable of expressing information clearly and succinctly, and will be able to respond appropriately and quickly to changes in the law.
This Editor will need to work closely and with confidence with authors, and internal colleagues in order to be able to meet defined publishing schedules.
There may be times when this person may have to work on other products, other than those assigned to him or her, as and when required.
This role will be responsible for publishing updates to our Precedents and Workflow portfolios and will involve working with expert authors to secure manuscripts, edit manuscripts, and produce the product updates using our various content management systems and the Drafting Aide.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
Oral / Written Communication
Organising / Administering / Planning
Flexibility / Adaptability
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