Proofreader/QA Analyst - Rhode Island

Starts August 2021
Duration Full-Time
Status Full-Time
Rate DOE
Our client, an agency located in Rhode Island, is seeking a Proofreader/QA Analyst to join their team Full Time!

This is a direct hire opportunity, 5 days/week in RI.

As the Proofreader/QA Analyst, you will report to the Group Account Director working alongside one other Proofreader, Copywriters, Production Artists and members of the Compliance team. You will be responsible for reviewing a large volume of packaging artwork files on a daily basis at numerous points throughout the development and print production process to ensure file accuracy.

Responsibilities include:
- Reviewing copy sheets and artwork files, checking against vendor-provided copy content files and adherence to brand style guides
- Understanding and following all instructions via project management system throughout defined workflow process
- Proofreading packaging copy electronically and physically at all stages of the production process to
correct errors in type, grammar and punctuation, and enforce consistency
- Checking that overall package appearance conforms to relevant brand style guide

The IDEAL Proofreader/QA Analyst will have:
- 3+ years of relevant experience
- Proficiency using Mac/Microsoft applications and Adobe Acrobat
- Working knowledge of compliance guidelines HIGHLY desired
- Background in CPG/Agency preferred

SEP. 2021

Submit resume (and samples if applicable) to:

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