Paris, France


Position summary


  • Application des chartes éditoriales, contrôle et harmonisation des références pour la révision/relecture au fond des articles à paraitre

  • Balisage de fichiers xml pour la mise en ligne de la revue chaque semaine

  • Prise en charge de rubriques de la revue « En région », « Vie des idées »

  • Si aptitude rédaction de news d’actualités

  • Relations auteurs pour l’envoi des contributions pour relecture


  • Goût pour la recherche

  • Organisé(e), rigoureux (se), autonome

  • Gout pour le travail en équipe et bon relationne

  • Bonne maîtrise de Word, Excel, Outlook, SGML, XML.

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