InterRegs Ltd, based in Fareham, Hampshire, is an online publisher of regulatory information for the automotive industry. Established in 1963, and highly respected by automotive engineers worldwide, we provide subscription based and pay-as-you-go solutions to engineers who require quick, easy and reliable online access to up-to-date worldwide vehicle regulations. With customers currently across 45 different countries, and including many well-known global OEM and Tier One brands, we enjoy exceptional renewal rates and customer satisfaction feedback.
Our team of Technical Editors review hard copy and online government journals/gazettes of various countries around the world. The journals contain the text of all new and amended laws and regulations that interest our vehicle manufacturer clients worldwide. Editors identify and extract the relevant texts and mark up the documents for word processing by Technical Typists.
Primarily using Word, duties include typing and formatting complex technical documents according to our house style, and following marked-up documents to incorporate amendments as specified by the Editors. You may also be required to provide support to other activities within the company.
You will be methodical, and accurate in your work with good communication skills and an excellent mother-tongue standard of written and spoken English. Recent experience of Microsoft Word to an advanced level is essential.
You must have the ability to concentrate on detail for long periods of time in an office environment and be able to work to deadlines without compromising on quality and attention to detail. On the job training to our house style and graphics software will be provided to the successful candidate.
Salary in the region of £16,000 - £18,000.
Please apply with CV and covering email that clearly demonstrates your suitability for the role, to email@example.com.
No agencies please.
This information is an accurate reflection of the duties and responsibilities of the post at the time of writing but it will change from time to time as the job develops according to the progress of the job holder. It does not form part of the contract of employment.