Copy editor, Comptroller of the Currency, Washington
- The Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), in Washington, D.C., seeks to hire an experienced copy editor or slot editor who has a longtime career at daily, mainstream print newspapers. Candidates are expected to help improve the agency's written products, including reports, online and print newsletters, research papers, consumer advisories, bulletins, policy papers and guidelines, memorandums, and brochures. In addition to copy editing, candidates must have significant experience performing substantive editing and rewriting; proofreading; tracking product development status; and collaborating across organizations under high-stress publishing situations.
Candidates must be highly proficient using the track-change feature in MS Word 2003, 2007, or 2010 and turning MS Word drafts into street-ready publications. This includes fixing bulleted series; setting up headers and footers, tabs, margins, hyperlinks, line breaks, page breaks, section breaks, page numbers, and borders and shading; styling headings and paragraphs; and formatting rows and columns in tables.
The OCC, a bureau under the U.S. Department of the Treasury, supervises nationally chartered banks and federal savings associations and offers outstanding benefits. The OCC is in the top 10 of more than 200 similar agencies for diversity, family-friendly culture, benefits, and pay. We add a 13 percent geographic location compensation to salaries for employees based in Washington, D.C.
The application period to apply for this position began on Jan. 19 and closes on Thursday, Feb. 9.
To apply, you must go through usajobs.gov. Here's a link to the job posting: