Our client, a leading international London based book publisher has a unique career opportunity for an experienced Associate Publisher to run their Children’s trade books imprint.
Your role as Associate Publisher will be to help create a growing list of highly successful and quality picture books with responsibility for developing and shaping a renowned Children’s book imprint.
You’ll report to and work closely with the Publisher on driving strategy and creating new book products for both home and international markets, and you’ll oversee and manage an enthusiastic, dedicated creative team.
This role would suit an ambitious highly motivated individual with the creative flair and drive to make this role their own.
The successful candidate will need to show they have an excellent track record in creatively acquiring and producing quality Children’s picture books. You’ll need to be very commercially minded and able to thrive in a dynamic creative environment.
A very competitive salary is on offer depending on the experience you bring to the role.
To register your interest in this position, please send your CV and a short intro note with current salary details to Danny Parnes via email@example.com – or call Danny on 07958 208817 and tell us a little about yourself. Thanks.
How to Apply
If this role sounds like it could be of interest to you, then in the first instance, in confidence, please send a short intro note with your CV and your current salary to Danny Parnes
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