Content Editor Fulltime, 2 Years Fixed Term

  • The College of Law
  • Feb 23, 2021
Full-time Other

Job Description

The College of Law is looking for a talented Content Editor to join the team at our Sydney Corporate office at St Leonard’s.

About the role
The Content Editor contributes to the development and maintenance of College learning content and publications across all programs and jurisdictions and works closely with Content Designers, external authors and academic staff to ensure new learning content and publications are accurate, current and relevant.

Key Responsibilities

  • Assists with the annual production of print and online practice papers and learning content for all College programs
  • Monitors legal developments and performs legal research
  • Liaises with other CDD teams regarding production and course deadlines, updates, amendments and compilations
  • Commissions, briefs and manages external and internal subject matter experts
  • Manages copyright records in the content revision and creation process
  • Reviews, edits and formats learning content materials prior to publication
  • Makes content updates as requested by Business Units
  • Assists Content Designers with managing learning content through product development life cycle
  • Stores and manages content assets in accordance with CDD’s content management protocols
  • Champions best practice in learning content consistency, grammar and style
  • Champions the College "signature learning design" and all relevant style guides in all content and product development activities

Education and Experience

  • Tertiary qualifications in Law or progress toward such a qualification
  • Demonstrated experience in the publishing industry with knowledge of publishing workflows and content life cycles
  • Demonstrated experience in writing and editing learning content
  • Ability to contribute to the creation and maintenance of relevant, current and accurate learning content and publications
  • Experience in commissioning, author management and contract administration
  • Ability to think creatively and develop innovative solutions
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to use Microsoft Office
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a collaborative team environment
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, organise, prioritise and execute multiple tasks under strict deadlines
  • Highly developed attention to detail

A more detailed position description can be accessed here

If interested please send covering letter and CV to by COB Friday 5 March 2021.

Organisation Name

The College of Law Limited

Contact Name


Job Level

Graduate Pre-admission

State / Province / Region

New South Wales


New Zealand