The Subject Matter Expert (SME) and Editorial Freelancer Recruitment Services from Lumina Datamatics, a strategic partner to international publishers offering content, analytics, and technology solutions, use a specialized recruitment strategy to successfully place people in a variety of disciplines and contract-based roles.
The Lumina Datamatics team takes the publisher’s demands into consideration as they build a unique applicant profile and unique recruitment strategy, drawing on decades of expertise in effectively discovering, hiring, and managing quality SMEs and editorial freelancers. To discover qualified, enthusiastic, and available candidates, our professional SME recruiters begin by searching our vast network of seasoned freelancers across more than 200 disciplines. When further hiring is required, new talent is found and recruited using a targeted recruitment approach and an in-depth understanding of the business.
For publishers to be able to concentrate on their top-priority content, Lumina Datamatics can manage all facets of the SME and editorial freelancer search, including candidate identification through outreach, screening, testing, and managing communication.
Additionally, Lumina Datamatics provides ExpertSource Pro, a cloud-based platform for managing freelancers that gives publishers access to a network of over 5,000 highly qualified independent contractors. This comprises authors, copyeditors, indexers, instructional designers, graphic designers, project managers, and people from more than 200 different disciplines. A publisher can use ExpertSource Pro to evaluate candidate qualifications, find the most qualified candidates, and manage contracts and payments.
The CEO and Managing Director of Lumina Datamatics, Mr. Sameer L. Kanodia, stated: “In order to help publishers grow their businesses and find talent, Lumina Datamatics is dedicated to doing so. I’m convinced that offering SME and Editorial Freelancer Recruitment Services will be a terrific resource for them as the publisher business model continues to change.”