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Publications Assistant

A well-established Learned Society based in London is looking for a Publications Assistant to join their journals publishing team. The ideal candidate will have some editorial administration experience, preferably within STM publishing.

Key duties:

  • Coordinate operational and editorial matters including peer review
  • Provide administrative support to the Society’s publications team
  • Arrange meetings, take minutes and provide support to the various Publications committees
  • Provide support to the Society’s Editors
  • Prepare management and performance reports
  • Assist in promoting the journals and the Society, including via social media platforms

Experience / skills required:

  • Process-driven with an interest in journals publishing operations
  • Keen eye for detail and high standards
  • Quick learner, and a clear and open communicator
  • Customer service experience, ideally including experience working with authors and editors
  • Proactive attitude with the ability to manage their own workload

For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to clarechan@atwoodtate.co.uk

Contact:             Clare Chan

Tel:                    0203 574 4428

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Publications Assistant

Atwood Tate, London
Full-time, Permanent
Academic, Educational, Professional, STM
Production, Operations, Marketing, Communications, Conference and Events, Design, Business Development, Project Management, Customer services, Digital, Digital Editorial, Digital Production, Social Media, IT, Online, Editorial
Reference: 
7398
Salary description: 
available upon request
data management, process management, Organisation, adaptability