We have a fantastic opportunity for an Editorial Project Team Leader to join a leading professional organisation based in London. This role provides line management support to a team of Editorial Project Managers and the successful candidate will also manage a portfolio of projects. This is a varied role which offers the opportunity to bring together editorial project management skills and relationship management abilities to ensure the portfolio of publications is delivered to a high quality and on schedule.
Editorial Project Team Leader Key duties:
- Line-manage a team of Editorial Project Managers and support the Content Development team in the delivery of projects, working with internal and external stakeholders
- Responsible for all of the projects allocated within the pod, including financial management
- Ensure projects assigned within the pod adhere to standards and guidelines
- Provide timely reporting of project publication schedules
- Arrange and manage stakeholder meetings
- Travel to occasional national and international meetings
Editorial Project Team Leader Experience / skills required:
- Qualifications to degree level or equivalent professional development with experience working in a client-facing, content-driven delivery team
- Excellent communication and leadership skills with experience people, project and programme-managing
- Solid experience of technical editing and rewriting
- Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously as well as plan and prioritise workload for a team
- Strong commercial and financial acumen and have creative thinking and problem-solving capabilities
- You will have a proactive approach and be analytical and results oriented
- Competent in MS Office
For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to email@example.com
Contact: Parissa Bagheri
Tel: 020 3574 4431
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