Wine retailer (K&L Wine Merchants - www.KLWines.com) is seeking part-time help with Internet Data mining and Editing.
•Maintain notes and descriptions for all active wines, including scores from Wine Spectator, Robert Parker, Wine Enthusiast, Stephan Tanzer, Burghound.com, Wine & Spirits, Connoisseur’s Guide to California Wine, among others.
•Read all new magazines and publications for recently scored wines - and research those wines without high scores on winery websites, importers sites, in wine books and other publications.
•Writing and editing content: Wine notes/descriptions, articles, blog postings, email blasts and regular publications.
•Working knowledge of wine regions and varietals
•Knowledge of Photoshop and other document layout applications
•Ability to write creatively and quickly on a variety of wine-related subjects
•Adept at internet searches
•Excellent attention to detail
•Proven writing and editing skills (familiarity with AP Style Manual a plus)
•Ability to multi-task and complete work rapidly and accurately without direct supervision
Position is 20-30 hours per week. We have retail locations in San Francisco, Hollywood and Redwood City, California. The location for this position is flexible.
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K&L Wine Merchants is recognized as one of the leading independent wine merchants in the United States. Since 1976, we’ve been selling the world’s finest wines to customers throughout the United States by mail order (and on the Web since 1997). Our sales channels include walk-in retail, phone sales, and online commerce. All areas of our business are growing rapidly and the atmosphere is both exciting and challenging. We have stores in Redwood City (about 10 minutes north of Palo Alto), San Francisco, and Hollywood. We also sell thousands of different wines to customers across the country through our newsletter and Web site. K&L has been featured in dozens of publications including Time, Money, Forbes ASAP, Smart Money, the Wall Street Journal, and The Wine Spectator.