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John Craggs - Freelance Mural Painting & Painting
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$30
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newcastle, Northumberland, United Kingdom

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Andrew Pruden - Freelance Blog Writing & Book Writing
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Donny Yankellow - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Illustration
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Kelli Snyder - Freelance Creative Writing & Editing
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Objective To obtain an entry level position within your company as an associate editor and proofreader. Education Aug. 2008-present Columbia College Chicago Creative Non-Fiction Major/American Sign Language Minor Awards Short Story Publication gadflyonline.com “Mystery” August 2011 Short Story Publication drunkenabsurdity.com “The Playground” October 2011 Work Experience May 2011-Present Lamphouse Media Editor of SEO articles Professional Article Writer October 2011 Mark Brouwer, Inc. Intern Article Writer References Mark Brouwer, Chicago, IL. 60605, 630-373-4810 John Patrick, Dallas, TX, 214-675-0823 Kari Sommers, Chicago, IL. 312-369-7223 Languages American Sign Language Interests and Activities Learning new languages and cultures; writing short fiction; Computer Skills Advanced Microsoft Office proficiency.
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Ralph Hunter - Freelance Print Ad Design & Copywriting
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I have been employed as a proofreader for over 40 years and have gained enormous experience. Serving my time (apprenticeship) as a compositor during the hot metal years I progressed through the changes in new technology, gaining two City & Guilds certificates from Napier College in Edinburgh. Once married, I spent 17 years in 'The Scotsman' newspaper and moved on to the financial sector working night shift for Williams Lea. Black Wednesday put paid to that employment and I am presently working with APS group, who recently won the Scottish Government contract from my previous employer, RR Donnelley. I have proofread most types of documents from business cards to medical documents containing hundreds of pages, illustrations, tables, charts, graphs, etc. Previously I read books in foreign languages, examination papers for Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt and Northern Ireland Universities, and publications such as Pathology, Medical Microbiology, Urology, etc. I am approaching retirement age and am looking to work from home in the near future. This venture would be ideal for me. Fit, conscientious, articulate and a real perfectionist to detail, I have a great eye for spacing, layout, etc. and feel I would be of great benefit to your needs. I think I can honestly say that I am one of the last 'old-fashioned' proofreaders left in Edinburgh who still knows how to spell, punctuate, hyphenate and lay out a page as it used to be done. I
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