Do you have strong editorial skills and an interest in book production? We have two lovely new Production Editor opportunities with a provider of editorial services for a number of prestigious academic publishers. In this role, you will oversee the production processes for a range of academic projects, from receipt of manuscript through to delivery of final files to the client.
This clients is a fast-growing company responsible for the project management of academic and educational resources and they are looking for a meticulous and highly organised person to work on various academic book projects. They are based in Gloucestershire, though fully remote or hybrid working options are available.
Key responsibilities include:
- Liaising with authors, suppliers and external collaborators
- Commissioning freelance work (proofreading, copy-editing, indexing)
- Setting budgets and schedules for assigned titles
- Supplying final files to client to the agreed schedule
- Managing the production schedule of multiple titles
- Attending team meetings
- Gathering final corrections from the author and proofreader, and collating them for final check revision
- Assisting with ad hoc duties to maintain an accurate production workflow
The ideal candidate will be able to juggle different priorities and work well in a friendly team, and preferably come from an academic publishing background. This is the perfect role for someone looking to take on more responsibilities across editorial and production.
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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