Your responses in this section will appear in the job posting seen by EFA members.

Enter a one-line description to serve as the title of your posting. Examples: Seeking developmental editor for science fiction novel; Indexing for high school textbook; Need a copyeditor for my thesis.

Select the type of work the job involves. (For tips and more information, please see Hiring Basics.)

If you selected "other" above, please provide the nature of the specific work you're looking for.

Enter the word count for your manuscript. If your project does not require word editing (e.g., cover design, consulting, or regular contract work), enter "0."

The more details you provide here, the easier it will be for the right candidates to find you. Your description should include, at minimum: manuscript word count; scope and nature of the work; preferred or required qualifications/specialties/experience; and project deadline. (For tips and more information, please see Hiring Basics.)

Let candidates know who you are, how to reach you, and where to learn more about you.

If possible, please supply a website to which this job is attached. This helps us check the veracity of the submission. Include http://www.

If possible, please use an institutional email connected to a company or school, etc. This helps us check the veracity of the submission.

The EFA does not post internships, unpaid jobs, or jobs that pay on a royalty or spec basis.

The EFA strongly encourages you to consult our Editorial Rates page to review rates reported by EFA members for various types of work.

Choose whether to enter your pay rate as a single value or a range. (Please note that jobs with overly broad ranges will be rejected.)

Indicate the amount of your pay rate in U.S. currency.

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Indicate the minimum amount of your pay rate in U.S. currency.

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Indicate the maximum amount of your pay rate in U.S. currency.

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Indicate the unit for your rate. Examples: hour, word, project, page (up to 250 words).

If you require the freelancer to work on-site, indicate the job location. If the freelancer can be based anywhere, choose "Remote."

This section is for internal use and will not be included in your job posting.

Enter the full legal name of the person the EFA may contact regarding the submitted job.

Client agrees to operate in good faith when engaging with EFA freelancers, and will not offer work to freelancers they don't intend to hire. If client requires an editorial test, client agrees to review and adhere to the EFA Guidelines for Editorial Testing. Engaging in deceptive practices or failing to make a mutually agreed upon payment may result in ineligibility to post on the EFA Job List. Please see Hiring an Editor: A Guide for New Authors for more information.

Client understands that all postings to the EFA Job List are subject to our Anti-Harassment Policy.

Note that all listings are subject to our Anti-Harassment Policy.

Have you seen the new

Rate Chart?

Check out the 2024 EFA rate chart! This new and improved chart has expanded types of editorial work, up-to-date rate information, and an interactive rate estimator to help you plan out your project.

Office Closed Monday April 8.

The EFA Offices will be closed Monday, April 8, 2024. We will reopen on Tuesday, April 9. Job postings, discussion list subscriptions, and other customer service requests may not be responded to until then.

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