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Senior Journals Project Coordinator - 12 month FTC

A prestigious London-based journals publisher is looking to a Senior Projects Coordinator to manage their operations for their global platforms on a 12 month fixed term basis. Working end-to-end, the successful candidate will be facilitating the scheduling, workflow, budgeting and reporting of journals being uploaded onto digital platforms, to ensure each project is utilising resources effectively. Liaising with global teams as well as external stakeholders to identify requirements and implementing refined processes to ensure effective delivery will be key to this role, so strong communication skills are a must.

The successful Senior Projects Coordinator will have a background in a journals publishing environment and will have a good working knowledge of XML and Microsoft Excel. If you're a quick thinker with excellent problem solving skills, this could be a great opportunity to gain experience from a renowned publishing team.

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Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.

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Senior Journals Project Coordinator - 12 month FTC

Contract, Full-time
Academic, STM
Digital Production, Digital, Journals, Production