As an editor/director, you are responsible for ensuring the quality of a company's written material and its accuracy. You are to create and plan written materials. Your job lets you educate writers on the best approach, edit copies, advise writers on content pieces, and identify ways to improve the flow of materials. You are also to create a calendar, develop ideas for content, oversee content production, assign projects and monitor deadlines, create highly shareable content, and adhere to journalism best practices. You are in charge of developing the overall direction of the publication and its content. Overseeing editorial content for advertisement or publication is also part of your responsibility as an editor/director.
Excellent listening skills, communication skills, seeking information and asking questions, and attention to detail are essential skills for this role. The average salary of an editor/director annually is $91,000. A bachelor's degree in Journalism or other related discipline is often required for the position.