ArtsProfessional

Publishing Assistant

Salary: £18,000p.a.
Contract: Full-time: 37.5 hours a week, Monday - Friday
Location: Based in Central Cambridge

If you’re keen to get started on a career in publishing and think you would enjoy working as part of a small team in a b2b magazine environment, then the role of Publishing Assistant for ArtsProfessional may be just what you’re looking for.

ArtsProfessional is a respected voice among those who work in the arts sector, sharing news, information, and good practice. This newly-created role will support both the company’s editorial and commercial systems, and is a rare opportunity to get involved in the full spectrum of activities that come together to produce a successful online publication.

you will be confident, focused and keen to learn more about the process of magazine publishing

Recent graduates looking for a first job in the publishing industry, or someone working in a different sector but looking for a change of direction, will find this entry level role gives them invaluable experience in many key areas of magazine publishing, including customer relations, marketing, editorial, digital development and social media.

The successful candidate will be confident, focused and keen to learn more about the process of magazine publishing, as well make a positive contribution to the continuing development of the service we offer to those who work in the arts and cultural sector.  

If this sounds like you, then we want to hear from you.

To Apply:

Take a look at the job description and person specification, and if you think you have the have the qualities and attributes that we are looking for, email your CV to our Director, Liz Hill liz@artsprofessional.co.uk together with a covering letter that really convinces us we should invite you for interview.

Want to know more? Liz will be happy to answer any queries by email, or have a chat with you about the role to help you make up your mind.

Closing date for applications: Monday 20th August – 5pm
First interviews: w/c Tuesday 28th August