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By Charlotte Hopkins and Jessica Povey

 

Academic Publishing Internships, Cambridge University Press and Assessment

Closing Date: 19 January 2024

Salary: £21,850 per annum full-time equivalent

Location: two to three days per week in Cambridge offices

 

If you have a passion for publishing and education, then this exciting opportunity is perfect for you! Cambridge University Press and Assessment are looking for paid interns to work over the summer across a variety of teams within the company.

 

Working in the Cambridge offices, you will learn about the academic publishing world via hands-on experience. The company hopes to encourage applicants from all over the country by making the internships accessible. The internship will be done via hybrid working, with both travel and accommodation costs covered for you.

 

Cambridge University Press and Assessment are looking for candidates who are currently enrolled on a degree programme or an equivalent vocational programme. They must have good verbal and written communication skills and be able to work well in a team and on their own. Experience with Microsoft Office is required. If you are successful, you will find yourself undertaking tasks such as administrative support, research, data analysis, networking, problem solving and documentation.

 

If this sounds like something you’re interested in, then click here for more information.

 

Contracts Assistant x2, Bloomsbury

Closing Date: 17 January 2024

Salary: £27,000

Location: London (hybrid working)

 

Bloomsbury are looking for not one, but two enthusiastic Contracts Assistants to join their ranks! If you would like to join the busy and exciting Groups Contracts Department, then keep reading about this entry level role into the publishing world.

 

This role will work on the legal side of the publishing industry across the different divisions of the UK and US offices. If you are successful, you will be communicating between internal departments to ensure contractual information is up to date, as well as maintaining contractual information on Biblio. You may draft contractual agreements and respond to general enquiries that the department may have from both internal and external sources, plus much more.

 

The ideal candidate will have strong administrative and organisational skills, along with great interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written). Knowledge of Biblio and publishing contracts would be advantageous but not essential, as training will be provided if required. Being able to manage a varied workload while problem solving on the go will be useful skills to have for the potential candidates.

 

This role is based in the London offices on a hybrid working week pattern with two days office-based and three days home-based. 

 

If this sounds like a job for you, then you can apply here.

 

Contracts Assistant, Part-Time, Bloomsbury

 Closing Date: 17 January 2024

Salary: £27,000 pro-rata

Location: London (hybrid working)

 

Interested in the legal side of publishing but unable to fit in full-time? Bloomsbury is also looking for a part-time Contracts Assistant to join their London team.

 

This role involves working with different divisions across both Bloomsbury’s UK and US offices. Similar to the previous full-time positions, the successful candidate will communicate with internal departments to complete all contract administration, maintaining up-to-date contractual information on Biblio, while responding to general queries from Bloomsbury’s internal and external counterparts. You will also process reversion requests by carefully analysing sales and stock figures while liaising with the Editorial and Sales teams to reach a decision.

 

Bloomsbury is searching for a candidate who has strong administrative and organisation skills with a keen eye for detail. You should be comfortable speaking to people of all levels and able to manage a varied workload. You should have the ability to research thoroughly to solve queries. Prior knowledge of Biblio and publishing contracts would be advantageous but not essential, as training will be provided.

 

This role follows a hybrid work pattern of three days per week total, with one day based in Bloomsbury’s London office and two at home.

 

For further information, or to apply click here.

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