Our client, a leading academic publisher based in Oxfordshire, is looking for a Portfolio Manager to join their Journal’s editorial team on an 18-month fixed term contract basis. Well organised and conscientious, you will be responsible for a managing a global list of subscription and open access academic journals. This role would be a great opportunity for an Editorial Assistant or Assistant Editor who is looking to take a step up.
- Oversee the editorial and financial performance of an existing portfolio of journals within Physical Sciences
- Build a network of contacts and relationships with key stakeholders to develop opportunities and grow the list
- Work closely with journal editors, academic society officers and colleagues across the group
- Support new journal proposals and bids, manage general list administration and ensure existing contracts are renewed
- Present at editorial board meetings and represent the company at international conferences
Experience / skills required:
- Previous experience in academic journal publishing, account management or business development
- Strong organisational skills with the ability to manage a range of duties
- Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
- Proactive with the ability to work to a high standard and with a keen eye for detail
- Proficient in Microsoft Office and familiar with online technologies
For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to email@example.com
Contact: Catherine Roney
Tel: 0203 574 4429
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