Office Administration, and handling trainings paper work
Reporting Directors about the contents of upcoming trainings
Thorough knowledge of English language;
Methodical working style;
Concentration, accuracy and great attention to detail;
Ability to multitask;
Tact and diplomacy for negotiating changes with authors;
Ability to work to tight deadlines;
Spelling/Grammar: Proofreaders need to have a mastery of the written word. They need to understand how a sentence is read, and how a sentence is spoken. Being proficient in language and writing style is crucial.
Attention to Detail: Proofreaders need to make sure every comma is in place and every word is spelled correctly.