Job Opportunity: Publicist for Oxford University Press US & UK

New York, NY & Oxford, United Kingdom

Seeking Full-Time Publicist

With origins dating back to 1478, Oxford University Press (OUP) is the world’s largest university press with the widest global presence. Its Global Academic Publishing program spans the entire academic and higher education spectrum, including a wide array of scholarly and general interest books, journals, and online products.

Minimum Requirements:

• College graduate with 3 or more years of book publicity experience
• Candidate must be creative and have an enthusiastic and energetic approach to mining publicity opportunities
• A familiarity with key print and electronic book contacts is required
• Must be at ease with pitching to media, dealing with authors, and juggling multiple projects and authors at once
• Excellent writing skills required

Responsibilities Include:

• Manage book campaigns from beginning to end, including booking events, radio, podcast and television interviews, pitching for reviews both in print and online
• Communicate with authors, editorial and marketing staff about publicity achieved and reporting on individual titles at marketing meetings
• Identify the best and most appropriate audience for assigned titles and compiling media lists accordingly, pitching books and authors to all appropriate venues
• Pitch seasonal list to key media (ie. media visits/lunches)
• Maintain and foster media contacts through research and in person meetings
• Research and write press releases, pitch letters, and other publicity materials
• Work with the Director/Manager to plan and map publicity campaigns
• Work with Director/Manager to manage individual tour budgets

For the New York position, please apply online. If you are interested in the UK position, please apply here.

Internships of the Week

New York, NY

Offering Literary Agency Internships.

William Clark is a native of Virginia and was educated in the United States, France, and England. Moving to New York in 1992, he worked at several agencies, including Virginia Barber Literary Agency and William Morris Agency, before founding the agency in 1997.

He is a Conservator member of the Young Lions Program at the New York Public Library, PEN American Center, a sponsor of The Moth, and a member of The Author’s Guild and Shambhala Meditation Center of New York.

Minimum Requirements:

• Applicants who can demonstrate a motivating passion for literature and the world of books
• Experience in critical reading, writing, copy-editing or developmental editing are preferred
Basic research and organizational skills are required
The ideal intern possesses both a keen appreciation for quality non-fiction and fiction, and a sense for the commercial potential of material.

Responsibilities Include:

• Interns report directly to Mr. Clark on a flexible schedule for a minimum of 10 hours per week
• Develop an eye for literary merit as well as commercial viability
• G
ain valuable experience and exposure in the international publishing community
• Preparation of detailed readers reports for discussion
• Aid in development of book projects
• Minimal clerical work.

Internships are unpaid, though college credit is possible. Interested individuals in their junior year of college or later should apply in the month preceding the internship period by email to intern@wmclark.com with the subject line: “Intern Application.” The email should include: the reasons why the applicant is interested in working in a literary agency; the last five works of non-fiction and fiction read; and a resume in the body of the email (no attachments are accepted).

New York, NY

Offering Editorial Internship

With origins dating back to 1478, Oxford University Press (OUP) is the world’s largest university press with the widest global presence. Our Global Academic Publishing program spans the entire academic and higher education spectrum, including a wide array of scholarly and general interest books, journals, and online products.

Minimum Requirements:

• Applicant must be preferably enrolled in a degreed program with at least one year of schooling completed
• Excellent communication and research skills, as well as an ability to work towards a deadline
• Candidate should be highly organized, attentive to detail, and capable of juggling multiple assignments at once.
• Some understanding of project management (e.g., PRINCE2, PMP) is preferred, but not required
• Familiarity with the Microsoft Office suite, specifically Word and Excel
• Ability to commute to our New York City office for the duration of the position

Responsibilities Include:

• Assist the digital publishing manager in maintaining the throughput of content to three online products (Oxford Medicine Online, Oxford Clinical Psychology, and AMA Manual of Style)
• Support the larger editorial digital development team in necessary tasks, including Quality Assurance of content
• Shadow other roles, including XML content specialists
• Attend our product team meetings and gain exposure to basic project management techniques
• Support “print side” editors in verifying content for online publication

Please submit a resume and cover letter to their online career site.

New York, NY

Offering a Publicity Internship

American Management Association is a world leader in talent development, advancing the skills of individuals to drive business success. AMA’s approach to improving performance combines experiential learning—learning through doing—with opportunities for ongoing professional growth at every step of one’s career journey. AMA supports the goals of individuals and organizations through a complete range of products and services, including classroom and virtual seminars, webcasts, webinars, podcasts, conferences, corporate and government solutions, business books and research. Organizations worldwide, including the majority of the Fortune 500, turn to AMA as their trusted partner in professional development and draw upon its experience to enhance skills, abilities and knowledge with noticeable results from day one.

Minimum Requirements:

• BA/BS required
• Demonstrated interest in publishing required
• Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
• Excellent organizational skills and a keen eye for details
• Excellent written and oral communication skills, creative writing ability
• Ability to prioritize, multi-task, and work independently in a busy environment, and also work as a team member on projects

Responsibilities Include:

• Proof publicity press material and coordinate printing of publicity material.
• Send out review requests and bound galleys.
• Coordinate review copy and seasonal catalog mailing to our distribution center in SLK.
• Provide assistance in updating and maintaining publicity database
• Conduct publicity research for select books using outside database (Cision) and author questionnaire.
• Maintain NetGalley which includes: upload ePub file; share widget with marketing, editorial, and author; approve requests; and archive old titles.
• Post reviews, press kit, book awards, and webcasts and podcasts to PIM.
• Assist publicity director on lead books and other select titles.
• Handle call for information from PW, Library Journal, Choice.
• Post entries to AMACOM Books Blog using WordPress.
• Assist Publicity Director with social media.
• Other related duties.

AMACOM, American Management Association’s Publishing Division (www.amacombooks.org) is looking for an intern in the publicity department assisting the publicity director. if you would like apply, please Please apply on our website under AMA Careers.

New York, NY

Offering Marketing Internship

Films Press is a media and entertainment company. Using a combination of original content creation, high quality production, and impactful distribution channels, Fabled Film properties connect across generations of parents and their children.

The team has experience with early stage startups as well as running large, growth oriented businesses.  Expertise in writing, illustration and visual design; filmmaking, digital animation and app creation as well as brand building, sales strategy, digital marketing, publishing and licensed products.

Minimum Requirements:

• Excellent writing and communication skills
• Strong attention to detail
• Ability to multitask and juggle multiple projects
• Strong research skills
• Familiarity with social media platforms
• Previous experience with publishing and content marketing is appreciated, but not required.
• Ideal candidates should have a strong interest in children’s books, films and toys.
• Ideal candidates should be familiar with various social media platforms (including, but not limited to, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Goodreads).

Responsibilities Include:

• Interns will work closely with the in-house marketing director to execute marketing plans for The Nocturnals, a new middle grade childrens brand with books, animated shorts and online activities
• Interns will be expected to write original content for our website and social media and write pitch letters
• Generate marketing materials (social posts, blog posts, flyers, digital banners) and follow up on select pitches to bloggers
• Draw up social media campaigns optimized for multiple platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) and perform research to update database marketing contacts for booksellers, librarians, teachers, bloggers and the media on MailChimp
• Assist the marketing director with other day-to-day tasks
• The intern will also be expected to execute daily mailings of books and other materials as well as drop off packages at the post office.

Fabled Films Press can make arrangements for course credit where possible; Internship is unpaid. Please send a resume and brief cover letter outlining your interest in their internship program to info@fabledfilms.com. Please include on your resume any appropriate social media accounts that can be taken into consideration (i.e., usernames for Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, Facebook, Goodreads etc.). when applying, please indicate which specific weekdays you can commit to working from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (minimum 3 days per week). Unfortunately, Fabled Films Press is unable to provide any assistance regarding housing.

page streetSalem, MA

Seeking Full-Time Junior Designer

Page Street Publishing Co., located in Salem, Massachusetts, about 25 miles north of Boston and walking distance from the train station. Page Street publishes 50 to 60 titles a year spanning the range of lifestyle subjects, including cooking, health, parenting, craft, gardening, fitness and beauty. It seeks out authors with exceptional talent—people not famous who should be—and presents their techniques and expertise in high-quality, full-color paperback originals, packed with step-by-step photos and illustrations. Page Street is distributed by Macmillan, one of the leading publishers in the world. Page Street is also a proud member of 1% for the Planet and donates 1% of its revenue to environmental charities.

Minimum Requirements:

• Must be proficient in InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator.
• Interest in cooking and/or other lifestyle topics would be seen as a plus but not essential
• Work in a bookstore, library or other ventures involving books also seen as plus, but not essential
• Speed and aesthetic talent that is a fit with our style is the main priority.

Responsibilities Include:

• Follow templates set up by the senior designer to layout entire books
• Enter editorial changes and make design adjustments
• Work with the editors, designer and publisher
• Would have some opportunities to design covers and interior design templates, and his or her role would grow with the company

If you are interested please send a resume, cover letter and link to your design portfolio to jobs@pagestreetpublishing.com.

oxford university press-logoWashington D.C.

Seeking Full-Time Outside Sales Representative

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.

Minimum Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree required with evidence of high academic achievement.
• 2 to 4+ year’s sales experience.
• Proficient in PC environment with working knowledge of MS Office, and ideally, Salesforce.com
• A valid driver’s license is required (A 2016/17 vehicle is provided by OUP).
• This position requires extensive overnight travel during peak seasons.
Preferred:
• Field based sales experience strongly preferred
• Sales experience in the publishing industry a plus

Responsibilities Include:

• Promote Oxford’s college titles and ancillary materials to current and prospective book adopters.
• Calls are made via well-planned campus visits, telephone, and email. Plan and execute sales plan under the direction of sales management. Extensive travel required during peak seasons.
• Build and maintain relationships with instructors of university and community college programs and bookstore managers within an assigned territory.
• Achieve sales goal by selling college textbooks through strategic management of territory with use of appropriate selling skills
• Request exam and desk copies of OUP textbooks to be sent to professors as a precursor to sales calls.
• Ensuring that all major bookstores are serviced during rush periods.
• Track backorders and late adoptions carefully.
• Maintain accurate contact and adoption information in our data management system, Salesforce.com.
• Proactively increase product knowledge individually and through participation in all sales meetings or conference calls.

This is a remote position and can be based anywhere in and around the D.C. suburbs. If you are interested please submit your resume and cover letter to Charles Brandquist (charles.brandquist@oup.com). This role has a requirement that you reside in/around the Washington, DC suburbs.

de gruyter

Boston, MA

Seeking Full-Time Editorial Director (f/m) Humanities, Americas

De Gruyter publishes first-class scholarship and has done so for more than 260 years. An international publisher headquartered in Berlin — and with further offices in Boston, Beijing, Basel, Vienna, Warsaw and Munich — it publishes over 1,300 new book titles each year and more than 750 journals in the humanities, social sciences, medicine, mathematics, engineering, computer sciences, natural sciences, and law; and also offers a wide range of digital media. The group includes the imprints De Gruyter Akademie Forschung, Birkhäuser, De Gruyter Mouton, De Gruyter Oldenbourg, De Gruyter Open, De Gruyter Saur and De|G Press.

Responsibilities Include:

• Creating a development plan for HSS program, especially in North America and Asia.
• Identifying potential acquisition targets in the US to build the strategically important HSS area.
• Contributing to the formulation of an Asia strategy for the publisher.
• Efficiently managing the staff.
• Closely cooperating with the Digital Business unit in the company, as well as close coordination with the Director Humanities and Social Sciences, Europe and Managing Director, Editorial to achieve overall strategic goals.
The successful applicant will have the following qualifications:
• Experience in the development of scientific publishing programs.
• Knowledge of North American university institutions and their stakeholders in today’s research environment.
• Many years of experience in an international publishing house.
• Proven strategic, budgetary and team responsibility.
• Leadership skills.
• German language skills in spoken and written language would be a plus.

If you are interested in this position please send your application to Kerstin Maiazza, Director Human Resources & Internal Services (application@degruyter.com) and indicate your earliest possible start date and salary expectations as well as reference no. 16109Inc.

FSGNew York, NY

Seeking Full-Time Production Editor

Macmillan is a group of media companies in the United States held by Verlagsgruppe Georg von Holtzbrinck, based in Stuttgart, Germany, which publishes a wide range of books, magazines, and digital products for the consumer and education markets. Our American publishers include Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Henry Holt & Company, W.H. Freeman and Worth Publishers, Bedford/St. Martin’s, Picador, Roaring Brook Press, St. Martin’s Press, Tor Books, Hayden McNeil, Macmillan Children’s Group, Macmillan Audio and Bedford Freeman & Worth Publishing Group. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. The successful candidate for this position will be an employee of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, LLC.

Minimum Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree
• Must have at least three years of experience as a production editor at a trade publisher
• Prior experience as a production editor at a trade publishing house (at least three years)
• Excellent copyediting and proofreading skills
• Strong knowledge of grammar, spelling, and punctuation; familiarity with The Chicago Manual of Style
• Strong communication skills
• Detail-oriented; organized; able to set priorities under pressure
• Ability to meet deadlines while maintaining high standards and juggling multiple projects at once
• Ability to work on complicated projects—e.g., books with illustrations throughout; graphic novels; bilingual titles; and heavily designed books with many elements
• Strong computer skills, including familiarity with Track Changes and electronic copyediting in MS Word; experience with Word Styles preferred
• Flexible and adaptable to changing digital workflows and procedures
• Fluency in a second language is desirable though not required

Responsibilities Include:

• Work as production editor from manuscript to bound book on approximately 30 new titles per year, plus paperback reissues and conversions. Keep books on schedule while juggling multiple projects at once.
• Hire freelance copy editors, proofreaders, and indexers, and supervise their work.
• Prepare both paper and electronic manuscripts for design and typesetting.
• Collate author and proofreader corrections, and check all stages of proofs.
• Copyedit and proofread indexes, jacket/cover copy, and other material.
• Work with editors, designers, and production in solving problems that arise.
• Maintain high quality and consistent style within each work.

If you are interested in applying, click here.

Internship Alert: Society for Scholarly Publishing

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For those of you who are interested in an internship centered in academia, the Society for Scholarly Publishing has a list of internships on their website that links for a wide array of available internships in the academic fields.

Offerings available include positions at Anthem Press, Columbia University Press, MIT Press, and Oxford University Press, among many others.

Click here to peruse the complete list.

Internship Opportunities – Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press USA offers paid and college credit internships in their New York City and Cary, NC, offices across a variety of publishing functions:

  •     Editorial
  •     Marketing
  •     Design
  •     Production
  •     Publicity
  •     Social Media
  •     Sales
  •     Digital Product Development

The program provides an introduction to the publishing industry, exposure to the diversity of OUP USA’s publishing program, and experience working in a particular publishing function.

The Internship Program spans 8 to 12 weeks during the fall, spring, and summer. Intern hours vary based on department needs and the intern’s schedule.

Internships are posted on their online application system Each internship posting includes a detailed description of the position and candidate requirements. Positions remain posted until they are filled.

To apply to Oxford University Press, visit here.

Specific Internship Position – Online and Scholarly Reference Editorial

The Intern will be providing support to a fast-growing online scholarly reference team at Oxford University Press USA: Oxford Handbooks Online. The Intern will be involved in all phases of editorial development of digital titles. The right candidate may have the opportunity to review and edit submissions.

Responsibilities and learning opportunities include, but are not limited to:

  • Establishing, maintaining, and frequently updating project files and records, including data entry and generation of reports and form letters
  • Corresponding with all internal and external editorial stakeholders including editors in chief, editorial board members, and commissioning editors
  • Tracking and managing submissions through various stages of editorial development
  • Researching and recruiting contributors for digital titles
  • Processing and tracking contracts and payment requests; tracking expenses against budget
  • Liaising with production and marketing departments to ensure quality of content
  • Reviewing and correcting article XML (training will be provided)

At the end of the internship, the Intern can expect to have gained valuable insight into the process through which a title moves from a proposal to a finished product. The Intern will strengthen their editing, project management, and correspondence skills, while navigating everyday publishing challenges and opportunities.

Interns will have the opportunity to meet and learn from members of other departments as well.

Requirements:

  • Highly organized with concern for details
  • Eager to take initiative
  • Ability to communicate effectively and diplomatically via email and phone
  • Ability to shift quickly between multiple projects
  • Experience and familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite; in particular, familiarity with Access databases
  • Copyediting experience is a plus
  • Interest in and experience with scholarly research a plus
  • Knowledge of XML/HTML helpful, but not required

Applicants must be enrolled in a degreed program with at least one year of schooling completed, graduated from a degreed program in the past year or enrolled in a degreed program where college credit is granted for the completion of an internship.

Applicants can submit a resume and cover letter via our on-line application process. Intern positions remain posted until they are filled.

View the original internship posting here.

Job Opportunity: Oxford University Press

Type: Full Time

Position: Marketing Coordinator

Location: NYC

Oxford University Press is seeking a highly motivated candidate to join our team as a Marketing Coordinator working on social science lists. We are looking for an energetic self-starter who has a passion for marketing academic and academic-trade titles.

The Marketing Coordinator will work with the Marketing Manager to develop and execute title level / subject level marketing plans and work closely with Publicity, Editorial, and Sales to maximize all promotional opportunities.

Responsibilities:

  • Strategize, prepare, and implement marketing campaigns for assigned titles, including direct mail, social media, merchandising, advertising, and digital marketing
  • Write and develop marketing materials, including sell sheets, flyers, ads, brochures, sales presentations, and catalog copy
  • Prepare author kits and communicate marketing plans to authors, editors, publicity, sales, and colleagues around the globe
  • Research and develop promotional partnerships with relevant organizations and websites to leverage exposure for our content
  • Work with authors to develop blog posts and social media strategies for OUP channels
  • Analyze sales and develop strategies to increase market share
  • Prepare for and attend editorial, transmittal and sales and marketing meetings, including reviewing prospective and signed book projects and marketing positioning
  • Gain an understanding of OUP online products to assist in the promotion of these products to end users
  • Liaise as needed with editorial, sales, publicity and branch departments to ensure clear communication
  • Travel to conferences as assigned to effectively promote books, journals, and online products relevant to the discipline
  • Represent OUP in a professional manner to external and internal customers

Requirements:

  • 2-3 years related experience in marketing. Nonprofit, media, or publishing experience preferred
  • Must be able to demonstrate initiative, creative problem-solving, and analytical skills
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills as well as a genuine and demonstrable interest in publishing and marketing
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office required
  • BS/BA Degree required
  • Working knowledge of and enthusiasm for social media required

Find the original posting here.

Internship Opportunity: Oxford University Press

Position: Intern – Higher Education Digital Product Management

Location: NYC

Responsibilities:

The Higher Education division is currently accepting applications for a Digital Product Management Intern for the Oxford University Press USA Fall Internship Program.

NOTE: This is a PAID internship.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist in the development and creation of content within learning management system software
  •  Assist in the creation and development of ancillary resource center sites
  • Draft tutorial and help documentation for digital products
  • Monitor end-user support mailboxes and route tickets appropriately
  • Schedule and drive end-user facing product webinars
  • Assist in the design and styling of end-user facing product webpages

At the conclusion of the internship, the Intern can expect to have learned the role that digital products play in higher education publishing, the challenges currently faced by publishers developing digital products, and OUP’s strategies for meeting our users’ needs. The Intern will gain experience interacting with instructor end-users and learn how to improve digital products by approaching them from a user perspective. The intern will learn extensively how to develop courses and content within leading learning management systems

Requirements:

Applicants must have strong communication skills and feel comfortable working with new software and technologies. The ideal applicant will be a problem solver, a fast learner, and feel comfortable working independently and juggling multiple responsibilities on a daily basis. Applicants should have an understanding of web technologies and be able to communicate clearly and jargon-free about digital products to non-experts.

Other skills required and preferred:

  • Experience with HTML and website development required • Major in computer science or equivalent strongly preferred
  • Experience working with learning management systems such as Desire2Learn, Blackboard, and Moodle strongly preferred
  • Experience with the WordPress content management system preferred
  • Graphic design interest and experience, including website styling using CSS, preferred

Applicants must be enrolled in a degreed program with at least one year of schooling completed, graduated from a degreed program in the past year or enrolled in a degreed program where college credit is granted for the completion of an internship.

Find the original posting here.

Oxford University Press Internship!

The Oxford University Press is seeking an intern for their Ebook Global Supply Chain department. MS in Publishing students who are interested in this area of publishing should consider this great opportunity!

NOTE:  This is a COLLEGE CREDIT internship.

 

Job Ad Responsibilities:

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Monitoring the EPUB production pipeline with the department coordinator to keep ebooks running on schedule
  • Becoming familiar with the company’s digital asset management system (DAMS)
  • Working within the DAMS to order new EPUB conversions and generate reports as needed
  • Interviewing stakeholders in Editorial, Operational and Sales departments across the global academic business to understand links in the ebook supply chain
  • Documenting ebook processes along the supply chain, such as distribution of an ebook to Amazon, and submission of an EPUB conversion request

 

This internship offers a unique opportunity to get involved in the dynamic ebook publishing operations at a major university press. The Ebook Global Supply Chain Intern will assist with coordination of ebook production and also contribute to a key ebook project at the press.

At the conclusion of the internship, the Intern will have an understanding of how various departments contribute to ebook publishing and distribution. Interns will have the opportunity to meet and learn from members of other departments as well.

 

Requirements

·         Demonstrated interest in ebooks or media technology

·         Proficiency in MS Word and Excel

·         Ability to be adaptable and flexible in a dynamic environment

·         Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required

·         Attention to detail is a must

 

Applicants must be enrolled in a degreed program with at least one year of schooling completed, graduated from a degreed program in the past year or enrolled in a degreed program where college credit is granted for the completion of an internship.

 

Applicants can submit a resume via our on-line application process.  Intern positions remain posted until they are filled.  Interested students should email Prof. Jane Denning at jdenning@pace.edu as soon as possible.

Internships at Oxford University Press

Attention, attention all those seeking internships for this summer. Oxford University Press has a number of internships available for someone like you! Click here to see their job listings and learn more about the positions. They currently have several opportunities in their Academic/Trade, Higher Education, Sales, and English Language areas. These are PAID internships!! Looking for full-time employment? There are also a number of full-time editorial and marketing positions listed on their website. Check it out! Look below to see what qualifications they look for in an intern & follow the link above to apply online.

The Academic/Trade division is currently accepting applications for an Editorial Intern for the Oxford University Press USA Summer Internship Program.

Oxford University Press USA’s Academic/Trade division Editorial Interns will gain valuable publishing experience as they help editors and editorial assistants with manuscript preparation and with other editorial duties including:

  • Assisting with preparing manuscripts for transmittal to production
  • Preparing rejection letters
  • Processing gratis requests and payment requests
  • General clerical work

At the conclusion of the internship, the Intern can expect to have gained knowledge and understanding of various aspects of the publishing process.  Interns will have the opportunity to meet and learn from members of other departments as well.

  • Good knowledge of MS Office
  • Excellent writing, communication, and organizational skills

Applicants must be enrolled in a degreed program with at least one year of schooling completed, graduated from a degreed program in the past year or enrolled in a degreed program where college credit is granted for the completion of an internship.

Sales and Marketing Job Opportunity!

Oxford University Press is looking for a Sales and Marketing Coordinator in the Global Marketing Department.  The Sales and Marketing Cordinator provides administrative and executive support to the Vice President of Global Marketing for Oxford University Press’s Global Academic Business.

Global Marketing is a 200+ global team comprised of Product Marketing, Discipline and End-User Marketing, Market Research, Branding and Communications, Publicity, Digital Marketing, Social Media, Direct Marketing and Retail and Wholesale Account Management and Merchandising.

This position is ideal for a candidate who:

  • Has a passion to receive an immersive and deep education in publishing and/or marketing and sales.
  • Loves a fast-paced multi-tasking environment.
  • Thrives in an environment where self-initiative can add tremendous value.
  • Enjoys a broad-based vantage point of a growing and changing business.

 

Responsibilities:

  • General Administrative Duties:
  • Answering phone, write correspondence, fax, file, etc.
  • Maintain overbooked Outlook calendar with attention to corresponding time zones.
  • Manage departmental budgets and expenses.
  • Manage internal and external communications; proofread and edit numerous high-profile correspondences.
  • Serve as the general contact for all Marketing Directors in NY, Cary, and Oxford headquarter offices and global satellite offices.
  • Manage to-do lists.

 

  • PowerPoint Presentations:
  • Compile information from different internal departments.
  • Conduct independent research.
  • Find appropriate imagery.

 

  • Global Travel Coordination:
  • Manage flights, itineraries, correspondence and visas as necessary.
  • Liaise with team in the UK for bimonthly trips.

 

  • Meeting Planning and Administration:
  • Develop schedules and agendas for senior management team meetings and general staff briefings.
  • Facilitate and ensure seamless setup of executive level meetings.
  • Take and circulate minutes in a timely fashion.
  • Follow up on action plan reporting and deliverables from various functions within the company.
  • Coordinate with internal staff and external consultants to pull together necessary agendas, video conference set-up, and refreshments for high-level meetings.

 

  • Flexibility to do special projects for the department.

 

Qualifications:

  • BA or Equivalent
  • Must be detail-oriented, proactive, and a creative problem solver
  • Must have excellent communication skills
  • Must possess a clear ability to follow directions
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
  • PowerPoint: design, animation, etc.
  • Excel: formulas, macros, filters, formulas etc.
  • Word: merge, templates, etc.
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Experience with senior management administrative assistance a plus

 

If you are interested in applying, email your resume (no cover letter needed) to menashe.schorr@oup.com, and copy Professor Denning at jdenning@pace.edu.