Editorial Intern

Company Name:
FM Global
FM Global is a leading property insurer of the world''s largest businesses, providing more than one-third of FORTUNE 1000-size companies with engineering-based risk management and property insurance solutions. FM Global helps clients maintain continuity in their business operations by drawing upon state-of-the-art loss-prevention engineering and research; risk management skills and support services; tailored risk transfer capabilities; and superior financial strength. To do so, we rely on a dynamic, culturally diverse group of employees, working in more than 100 countries, in a variety of challenging roles.
FM Global is seeking an intern majoring in writing or communications; this person would be responsible for the following:
Editorial review of all story boards for training using FM Global's writing guidelines
Ensuring proper grammar and spelling are identified
Ensuring tense used is 'active' not 'passive'
10% helping with communications to audiences regarding training solutions offered
Can time manage multiple projects at once
To be considered for FM Global's editor internship, you must:
Maintain an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher;
Major in Marketing, Public Relations, Journalism, English or Communications
Be motivated, dedicated, organized and reliable
Have top-notch writing and interpersonal skills
Be actively enrolled in a degree program
Be in junior or senior year in college
Hours are flexible and depend on the student's class schedule, course requirements (if applicable) and availability. The FM Global editorial internship is offered at the company's corporate offices in Johnston, R.I.
Date: 2014-03-21
Country: US
State: RI
City: Johnston
Postal Code: 02919
Category: Internship/Coop - Other
Job Type: Temporary Part-Time

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