Editorial Intern

Remote | Part-Time

Not sure what you want to do? Well, do you love to learn? Do you have a razor-sharp eye for detail? If so, we want to talk to you about joining our team at Soomo!

Role

Soomo is looking for great interns! Editorial interns help create webtexts by assisting in the development process and reviewing the final product. Our webtexts support introductory college courses in disciplines such as psychology, U.S. history, U.S. government, English composition, and natural sciences.

Responsibilities

  • Review webtexts to provide feedback on the user learning experience and make editorial suggestions
  • Work with our Tech team to test upcoming improvements or new features
  • Jump into any project where we need an extra hand

Position Requirements

This is a part-time position in a small, collegial company with a weekly commitment ranging from 20–30 hours. Candidates must be detail-oriented and methodical individuals who love to learn.

This is a fully remote position. Currently, the following states have been approved for remote work outside of our headquartered state of North Carolina: GA, IN, NV, SC, TN, and TX.

Minimum education: Bachelor’s degree

Starting salary: $18/hour

The following skills and attributes are highly desired:

  • Some teaching experience (for example, working as a tutor or TA)
  • Excellent communication skills; not afraid to ask questions
  • Interest in learning new things

How to apply

If you feel this opportunity is a great match for your skills and passions, please submit your resume and a cover letter explaining why you think Soomo would be a good fit for you.

COVID-19 NOTICE
Soomo is committed to protecting the health and well-being of our employees, and we have been closely monitoring data on the coronavirus pandemic since the beginning of 2020. We have safety protocols in place for those who wish to work in the office.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Soomo Learning is most definitely an equal opportunity employer; we want applicants from diverse backgrounds. Throughout the hiring process, applicants are considered for all roles without regard to race, color, gender, religion, national origin, citizenship, disability, age, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law.