Sample Story Editor Resume

A story editor resume shows the hiring manager the job hunter is eager to be hired and is well qualified in training and on-the-job experience. All story editor resumes should state the job seeker's objective and work history.

Jason Job-Seeker
103 Delta Street
Any Town, USA 99999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777


A position as a Story Editor


Excellent written and verbal communication skills; editing ability; knowledge of television industry


Story Editor, 2000 to present:

XYZ Television Network, Any City, USA.

Duties included selecting and securing written material and managing the staff writers who prepare scripts for TV shows; reviewed and evaluated written work; recommended purchasing material judged suitable for developing scripts and conferred with production head regarding selection of writers and written material.

Associate Story Editor, 1998-2000:

XYZ Television Network, Any City, USA.

Worked alongside the story editor rewriting, combining, and polishing draft scripts to prepare for production.


B.A., Journalism & Editing
Any City University, 1997, Any City, USA.


National Association of Editors

NOTE: Most story editor resumes run one to two pages. The story editor resume above is a short sample of one you can use to build your own. Consider what the target employer is looking for and then write yours accordingly.