Senior Coordinator, Publications
Salary: £34,000 to £37,000 per annum pro rata
The Aga Khan University (International) in the United Kingdom is currently recruiting for a full-time Senior Coordinator, Publications. This role will manage the Institute’s publishing activities while also providing commissioning, editorial and project management expertise. The role will be responsible for strategically planning the Institute’s publishing programme together with the series editors and Head of Research, seeking new opportunities to publish and deliver high-quality academic titles.
The position requires proven experience of commissioning and project managing books from conception to publication and promotion. The successful candidate will have strong communication skills, experience as an editor and the ability to deal with multiple priorities with excellent attention to detail. Sound copyright knowledge and good understanding of the book production process is essential.
This role can be suitable for, but is not limited to, someone with professional publishing experience and educated in a related field with an interest in the Institute’s research and core subject areas. It can also appeal to applicants interested in pursuing a career within an exciting global University which spans across three continents and six campuses.
The University is an international institution of academic excellence operating in six countries and guided by the principles of impact, quality, relevance and access. The incumbent will work with a dynamic and culturally diverse group of staff and students in a welcoming and supportive environment that embraces pluralism, demands excellence and encourages leadership, teamwork, intellectual curiosity, debate and direct engagement with real-world problems.
Interested candidates should send their CV and completed application form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Applications will be received till 15 November 2021.
Note: Due to large number of applications expected, we will only contact candidates short-listed for interview. If you have not heard from us within four weeks after the closing date, please presume that your application has not been successful.
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