Gallery Books, Simon & Schuster
Type: Full Time
Position: Editorial Assistant
Description: The Gallery Books imprint of Simon & Schuster is seeking an Editorial Assistant to assist an Executive Editor and Senior Editor, focused on women’s fiction, narrative nonfiction, and pop culture. Responsibilities include: reviewing manuscripts; general administrative duties; organizing and scheduling meetings in MS Outlook; communicating with authors and agents, by phone and e-mail; expense tracking; evaluating a high volume of manuscripts; handling all aspects of transmitting books to production. Must be reliable, friendly and flexible: proven time management skills, resourcefulness, accuracy, timeliness, and efficiency. Be able to work independently, confidentially, and professionally, in a fast-paced office environment. Knowledge of social media is important.
Requirements: Possess strong MS Office skills, including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, as well as Internet skills. Strong interpersonal, written and oral communication skills are a must, as is a demonstrated interest in book publishing, especially women’s fiction, narrative nonfiction, and pop culture.
Of paramount importance are a can-do attitude, excellent organization, follow-through, and attention to detail.
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Type: Full Time
Position: Assistant to the Editor
Description: The Assistant is responsible for managing the day-to-day schedule and all administrative functions of the office of the Editor of InStyle. Ideal
candidate is a detail-oriented and confident self-starter who can
anticipate the needs of a busy executive and thrive in a fast-paced,
deadline-driven environment. This position requires the ability to
communicate and prioritize effectively; interact with high-level clients,
senior management and internal staff; handle confidential information; and
oversee multiple projects simultaneously.
Responsibilities: schedule meetings and manage appointment
calendar, make travel/transportation arrangements, answer phone and
Candidate must be a college grad with at least two years of administrative
experience supporting an executive, preferably in an editorial environment.
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