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A job with The Myanmar Times
An ex-Myanmar Times employee has written a novel about his experience in Burma, which is discussed here by David Mathieson. Burma Consolidated is the editor of two nationwide weeklies with more than 300 employees. An Australian-Myanmar based JV, the JV is in its 8th year and is the biggest privately held publishing house in Myanmar.
Myanmar Times (http://www.mmtimes.com) is an English and Myanmar (Burmese) publication with a reader base of more than 250,000 readers per week, but operates under conditions of censure in a difficult medium world. The editorial staff consists of around 60 editors, five of whom are expats. Myanmar Times has 44 to 72 pages in English and is expected to be expanded in the near term.
We are currently looking for a mother-tongue editor to join our team. DISCRIPTION OF JOB: The editor manages, edits and designs our'Timeout' art and leisure (8 pages), page 2 (interesting and opinion), page Science & Health and two travel pages per weeks. They will work with the 4-6 reporter members of the timeout desks and help them create storyline concepts and work on their texts in this area.
Editors are required to give the timeout section a unique personality and proactively guide journalists and photographs to deliver the necessary work. They need to help correspondents realize and shape their own idea, give feedbacks on their writings, make sure their submission is on time, and quickly turn the copy over to comply with our week-long deadline.
Being a timeout publisher you are a face within the Yangon fellowship and have to take part in a number of societal and official meetings as a member of the Yangon press. He will also research and post timeout tales when time allows. Our services include: years of publishing and proofreading expertise in the news publishing sector.
Knowing about Southeast Asia and professional experiences in the area are very welcome. A relevant BA or diploma in the field of media studies is also desired. Professional journalistic expertise is an advantage, as is familiarity with the AP-British approach. We would like to ask you to submit your CV, covering letters, two examples of spelling or processing and your contacts for two references: