CAMPION, Stephanie, BA, Grad. Dip. Teach., RSA Cert. TEFL

Project management, copy editing, manuscript development, e-publishing, proofreading.

t: 00353 899524869
m: 00353 899524869
e: stephanie.campion@gmail.com

Special interests:
Education, academic, society, history, Irish studies, fiction, politics, art, women’s issues, environment, architecture, travel, law, investment, engineering

Experience:
I am Australian with Irish citizenship and moved to Ireland in 2013. After working as an English/ESL/History teacher for six years, I entered publishing in 1988. I worked as an in-house editor with education/academic publisher, Pergamon Press, and Senior Editor of the Harcourt Brace & World School Division. Since 1995, I have worked as a home-based freelance editor, with extended periods of in-house contract employment with John Wiley & Sons and the Queensland Studies Authority.

Clients/projects:
Insurance Institute of Ireland (2014): Editorial Project Coordinator, Professional Diploma in Insurance textbooks, PDI-01 to PDI-07, plus examination papers; Editor, Management Diploma in Insurance textbooks, MDI-01 and MDI-04

Gill and McMillan (2014): Editor, school textbooks (post-primary)

Queensland Studies Authority (2011–12), Brisbane: In-house editing of curriculum, resource, testing and corporate materials for the QSA website

University of Queensland Press, Custom Publishing (2007 to present): Editor (selective list) Mercy, Mater and Me: Sister Angela Mary, A Memoir; The Correspondence of Mother Vincent Whitty 1839–1892; James Birrell: a Life in Architecture; History of The Women’s College; Sir Leo Hielscher: Queensland Made (in association with Penguin Books)

Self-publishing and private clients (2013 to present): Editor (selective list), G O’Hanlon, Hands-on Construction: A Practical Overview of Civil Engineering Fieldwork (e-book); Lily & Lima FlightdeckTM; R Hornibrook, ‘Proposal for a second Sydney airport on the NSW Central Coast’ (submission to New South Wales Government)