Freelance Specialist Editors

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Cactus Communications, Inc. is a pioneer in language services, serving more than 60,000 clients across 116 countries. We employ a global team of highly skilled editors who are experts in various academic fields. We’re currently looking for specialist freelance copyeditors and substantive editors.

Why this is a great opportunity

  • Flexibility to determine your schedule and work hours
  • Potential to earn USD 1200 to 4000 per month (based on regular availability)editing jobs online
  • Performance-based bonuses of up to 25% and assurance of regular work for high-quality editors
  • Learning opportunities and regular feedback on your freelance editing assignments

What you will do

  • Edit manuscripts such that the final text is in standard scientific English and is free of unclear or unidiomatic sentences
  • Adhere to job-specific instructions and format manuscripts according to the target journal when required
  • Ensure that all subject-specific conventions are followed

What you need

  • A PhD/Masters/Bachelors degree or expertise in one or more specialized subject areas in the life sciences, physical sciences and engineering, healthcare, medicine and surgery, and social sciences [detailed subject-area list below]
  • Excellent English editing skill and attention to detail (prior editing experience would be great)

Cactus Communications Inc. is based in Philadelphia, USA, and offers editing, translation, medical writing, and other services to researchers, academic journals, and organizations worldwide. We serve more than 60,000 clients across 116 countries and have extensive experience engaging our global community of 800+ freelancers.

Apply now!

To apply, fill in the application form here: http://cactusglobal.edoola.com/page/ccrf/#registration_form

Detailed subject-area list

  • Physical sciences: Engineering (all disciplines), Robotics, Automobile Engineering, Controls and Systems, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Wireless Communication, Environmental Science, Energy, Indoor Air Quality, Nuclear Physics, Analytical Chemistry, Physical/ Computational Chemistry, General Chemistry, Applied Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Nanochemistry, Materials Science, Metallurgy, Alloys, Nanomaterials, Ceramics/Glass, Materials Engineering, Engineering Geology, Ceramics, Glass, Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics, Optics, Mineralogy, Remote Sensing, Climate Science, Stratigraphy, Sedimentology, Paleontology, Geodesy, Earth Sciences
  • Life sciences: Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Structural Biology, Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Evolutionary Biology, Developmental Biology, Microbiology, Immunology, Biomaterials, Biophysics, Biostatistics, Systems Biology, Physiology, Nanobiotechnology, Genetics, Aging, Embryology, Biofuels, Food Science, Medical Laboratory Technology, Molecular Oncology, Mycology, Stem Cell Engineering, Virology, Molecular Medicine, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Toxicology, Drug Design & Development, Plant & Animal Genetics, Plant and Animal Biotechnology, Ecology, Taxonomy, Botany, Zoology, Neurosurgery, Computational Neuroscience
  • Healthcare: Cardiology, Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Obstetrics, Gynecology, Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation, Chemotherapy, Plastic Surgery, Epidemiology, Infectious Diseases, Public Health, Diabetes Research, Radiotherapy Planning
  • Medicine: Anatomy, Endocrinology, Dentistry, Radiology, Surgery, Medicine, Ophthalmology
  • Social sciences: Economics and Statistics (TEX editors), Psychology, Healthcare, Education, Linguistics, Literature, Archeology, Environmental Studies, Organizational Behavior, Business, and Finance

29/10/2014 |

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