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Grammar Nerds Needed to Fill Contract Proofreading Gigs for Greenhouse


So you know you’re grammar, huh?

Perhaps you’re known as the grammar police by friends and colleagues, and you spend some of your a lot of your time fixing the endless typos on Facebook. Maybe you’ve aced all the New York Times copy editor quizzes, and you’re aching for the next one.

Usually, correcting the world’s spelling foibles and fixing dangling modifiers are labors of love, but here’s a way to get paid for it.

Greenhouse, a New-York-based company that provides recruiting software, is hiring freelance proofreaders to support its marketing team. This contract position is fully remote..

Glassdoor ranked Greenhouse No. 1 Best Place to Work in 2017, and the company has been featured on Crain’s Best Places to Work in New York City list.

To be a good fit, applicants should have five or more years proofreading or copy editing experience. (Unfortunately, copy editing your Facebook news feed doesn’t count.)

Sorry folks, the job listing does not specify pay or hours.

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Proofreader at Greenhouse Software

Pay: Not specifiedResponsibilities include:

  • Proofread short- and long-form B2B marketing copy
  • Fact-check content
  • Check copy for accuracy and make sure writing is technically sound and in line with brand voice

Applicants for this position must have:

  • Five or more years of copy editing or proofreading experience
  • Experience editing B2B marketing content

Adam Hardy is an editorial assistant at The Penny Hoarder. He lives off a diet of stale puns and iced coffee. Read his full bio here.