The Royal Cruising Club Pilotage Foundation is looking for a new editor-in-chief for their portfolio of cruising guides
The role requires a close working relationship with authors, with other members of the Foundation’s management team and also with the publishers.
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- Editing and approving content in line with Foundation and Publisher standards
- Writing content for a range of applications including promotional
- Commissioning new authors and/or titles
The role is well-suited to someone with an enthusiasm for navigational and technical detail.
It also calls for inter-personal skills in working closely with the team of authors and developing relationships among Royal Cruising Club members and the wider cruising fraternity including members of the Ocean Cruising Club and the Cruising Association.
The Royal Cruising Club Pilotage Foundation is a charity, although this is a paid position.
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