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Need a content writer who is certified in Adobe InDesign

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Mar 09, 2020

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Our company is seeking a Content Writer who is certified in Adobe InDesign.  This contractor position will be remote, off-site, and paid on a per-project basis.  Our company provides industry certification coursework that aligns with industry certification exam objectives. We develop curriculum for K-12, higher education, and workforce.  
We are currently seeking a content writer for Adobe InDesign 2019/2020 who has the following:
1. Current certification in InDesign; if not currently certified, you must be prior to hire.
Provide evidence of your current certification, (a copy of your certification exam results or digital transcript).
2. Must know content and have worked in the software.
3. Must have writing experience, preferably technical.  If chosen for this project, we will ask you to submit writing samples.   
4. Though working independently, you must also be team-oriented.  
5. Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
6. Must be comfortable working with deadlines and be well-organized.

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Need a content writer who is certified in Adobe InDesign

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Mar 09, 2020

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Our company is seeking a Content Writer who is certified in Adobe InDesign.  This contractor position will be remote, off-site, and paid on a per-project basis.  Our company provides industry certification coursework that aligns with industry certification exam objectives. We develop curriculum for K-12, higher education, and workforce.  
We are currently seeking a content writer for Adobe InDesign 2019/2020 who has the following:
1. Current certification in InDesign; if not currently certified, you must be prior to hire.
Provide evidence of your current certification, (a copy of your certification exam results or digital transcript).
2. Must know content and have worked in the software.
3. Must have writing experience, preferably technical.  If chosen for this project, we will ask you to submit writing samples.   
4. Though working independently, you must also be team-oriented.  
5. Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
6. Must be comfortable working with deadlines and be well-organized.

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Mar 09, 2020

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I am going to lock this. If anyone wants to contact the OP, do so via private message, but I will end this with a rant.

If you think certification is the be all end all indication of expertise, you are eliminating a lot of highly qualified individuals.

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Mar 09, 2020

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I just want to add one comment to the thread.

 

Adobe offers 2 levels of certification (plus an instructor-level certification):

  1. An Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) credential certifies that individuals have the entry-level skills to plan, design, build and maintain effective communications using InDesign.
  2. An Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) credential certifies that individuals demonstrate professional-level skills and expertise with InDesign.

 

Note that the latest InDesign ACA exam to test entry-level skills is for CC 2019, and for the higher-level ACE certification the latest test was for CC 2015. No one has an ACE credential for CC 2017, CC 2018, CC 2019 or CC 2020 because those tests have not been released.

 

~Barb

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