Are you a problem solver with an aptitude for digital products and an analytical mind?
We have an exciting new opportunity within the Oxford Academic division of a leading international publisher to join the Product Management team and assist with the product development and maintenance of an award-winning digital portfolio. The portfolio includes titles and digital resources which range from Drama and Screen Studies to Social Sciences and Visual Arts.
As a Product Assistant, you will be responsible for ensuring that products and content updates are delivered on time, as well as helping with the development of brand new titles.
- Providing ad hoc support to the Product Management team to ensure updates and enhancements for the digital products are delivered according to schedule
- Creating and editing website pages and loading new content on the publisher's platform
- Liaising with Sales and Marketing to discuss addition of new content
- Becoming a product expert, in order to answer queries from Sales, Marketing and Customer Services and assist with troubleshooting
- Help identifying issues and bugs for new products
- Attending product meetings
- Providing reports on website usage to identify opportunities for features improvements
This role will suit someone keen to begin a publishing career in digital product development and/or web editing. You will have a calm, problem-solving approach, and a good understanding of digital publishing. Coding or CMS experience will be advantageous.
For a full description of the role, please send your CV with a brief paragraph outlining your relevant skills.
Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.
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