Project Intern, Germanic Languages and Literatures Series
UNC Press is looking for a Project Intern to work on a NEH / Mellon Foundation-funded project, “Recovering an Important Body of Work in German Studies: Reissuing the UNC Studies in Germanic Languages & Literatures Series.” The Project Intern will work with John McLeod, director of the Office of Scholarly Publishing Services, to digitize out-of-print books for reissue as ebooks. The intern’s time will be divided between the Press and the Department of Germanic & Slavic Languages and Literatures at UNC-Chapel Hill.
- Contacting authors and rights holders, communicating about the project, and answering basic questions
- Reviewing contract files for rights and permissions issues
- Organizing information for 125 books that will be turned into metadata
- Creating cover and copyright pages using a template format in InDesign
- Good communications skills and attention to detail
- Ability to learn how to work in a FileMaker database
- Ability to learn how to use Adobe CS / InDesign at a very basic level
- German language skills a plus, but not required
Schedule and Compensation
The position is for the summer of 2019 through the fall 2019 semester, up to 15 hours weekly, $10/hour. Schedule is flexible and can accommodate changing class schedules.
Interested candidates should contact Adele Sommerville at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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