In order to teach or serve as a Materials Editor, applicants must present proof of the following requirements, and skills will be further assessed during a possible screening:
Follow all policies of the Language Section, the Administrative Unit, SLS, FSI, and DOS.
Follow the guidance provided in the FSI Language and Culture Instructor Guide.
Follow all administrative processes and procedures as detailed in the SLS Guide to FSI Administrative Procedures.
Work in a harmonious and professional manner with colleagues who represent cultures from around the world.
Collaborate to perform assigned tasks or execute single-handedly, the editing of English or the foreign language training materials, including but not limited to, language usage, readability, structure, organization, word choice, consistency, style, punctuation, and formatting.
Adhere to all copyright guidelines and restrictions, follow FSI and SLS procedures regarding copyright, and track compliance for assigned development project(s).
Collaborate, and content creators to establish processes and deadlines for the editing workflow.
Provide regular status updates on progress, and briefings on request for the content creators and others regarding progress, standards, or issues for discussion.
Additional Preferred Qualifications:
Experience in desktop publishing, graphic design valued.
Experience with InDesign software valued.
Project management experience valued.
Contingent Upon Contract Award*
Multilingual Solutions Inc