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Marketing Assistant at Casemate Group


Closing date: 09/10/20

Location: Oxford

Salary: £18,000


Casemate Group has an opening for a Marketing Assistant!


Casemate Group covers both specialist trade and academic books, printing books across humanities, heritage and art. Main specialisms include archaeology, ancient, medieval and military history. 


You would be needed to help gain an understanding of Casemate Group’s customers and the subjects covered by the company. You will be working on marketing campaigns, dealing with reviewers, editing copy, helping coordinate promotional materials and ad-hoc tasks.

The ideal candidate will have an interest in history and marketing. You must have a proactive attitude, an eye for detail, great communication skills and an ability to prioritise. You must also be a team player with a professional manner and be customer focused. 

 

This position is currently based remotely.


Apply here


Marketing Assistant/Coordinator at Bonnier Books


Closing date: 28/09/20

Location: Wimpole Street, London

Salary: £22,000–£25,000


Bonnier Books is searching for a Marketing Assistant/Coordinator!


The successful candidate will be looking after all marketing administration, managing content across social media platforms, Netgalley, websites and more. You will be working with the marketing team on future campaigns. You will be working with international publishing partners on marketing material and collaborating with teams across Bonnier Books to ensure production is running smoothly.


You will be a fast learner as well as positive and proactive. You will be experienced in Microsoft Excel, Adobe Photoshop and video editing software. You must also have experience in using social media platforms and management tools. Experience with WordPress and Mailchimp would also be preferred.


You need to have great communication skills and be organised with attention to detail.  An interest in digital marketing, copywriting and marketing design is also beneficial.  


To apply click here.


Books Department Intern at Peters Fraser and Dunlop


Closing date: 01/10/20

Salary: National Minimum Wage

Location: London


Peters Fraser and Dunlop is a talent and literary agency founded in 1989. They are offering an internship where you will work from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in New Oxford Street, gaining experience across a multitude of departments.


In an agency that works with clients from around the world, you will learn from a variety of areas including Foreign Rights, Broadcast, Film and TV, and Agora Books publishing department.


The ideal candidate will have good administrative skills, great attention to detail and an ability to balance tasks and display excellent time management. They are looking for a hard-working and enthusiastic attitude. You will not need any prior publishing experience but applicants must be a British citizen or own a valid work permit. Applications are also encouraged from candidates who are under-represented in the creative industries.


To apply, click here [early application is recommended].


Trainee at HarperCollins Publishers


Closing date: 15/10/20

Salary: £23,575

Location: London


HarperCollins Publishers has announced their traineeship for 2021!


HarperCollins is one of the Big Five publishers, known internationally for their work. You will work with a publisher that is proud to publish many brilliant diverse authors across all genres, age groups and subjects with a full commitment to diversity, inclusion and belonging.

In this role you will gain insight into publishing through a rotational traineeship covering departments including Editorial, Sales, Publicity and Marketing. You will benefit from coaching with a senior mentor, development opportunities and team projects. You will also join employee-led network groups and have training on-the-job. You will have the chance to take part in key industry events such as book fairs and literary events, work with schools and charities and attend HarperCollins industry talks and seminars.


This opportunity is open to aspiring Black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates. The ideal candidate will have a positive outlook and a passion for publishing, but does not need a degree or previous publishing experience. You will need a creative and commercial mind, enthusiasm to learn and an eagerness to immerse yourself into all areas of the business.


HarperCollins is also looking for candidates with an ability to build great relationships and work within a team, an eye for detail and a passion for books and stories.


To apply, click here.