This iconic publisher is seeking a Logistics Coordinator to join them in their office in Richmond.You will be working in a fast-
paced environment, managing internal and external relationships and keeping tight control of stock management. Please note this is a six month contract due to start ASAP.
A professional publisher in London now seeks an Operations Manager to take responsibility for managing onshore and offshore publishing resources for content production to the highest standards. This is an excellent role for the right person looking to further their career in professional publishing.
Our client, the UK’s leading provider of services for the book industry based in Woking, is looking for a Technical Lead to coordinate and manage a range of complex application software. This is an integral role aiding the translation of the business requirements to system requirements.
A leading South West publisher of illustrated non-fiction books is looking for a talented, creative to join their Children’s Publishing team. The role will involve all aspects of design and commissioning illustrators for a wide range of titles.
As if you needed further convincing to drop by the BookMachine party on the 10th, here’s a review of December’s event from employment guru, Sam Coleman.
On Thursday 9th December I had the festive inclination for warmth, drinks and merriment – in exactly that order. To attend to those said needs I skidded, slipped (due, in part, to the snow) and eventually arrived at the Albany pub in Great Portland Street where BookMachine were holding their most social of evenings geared towards publishing folks.
At the last BookMachine event we were pleased to meet Sam Coleman from Atwood Tate. He’s certainly a man in the know if you’re looking for a job, as he speaks to recruiters in the industry every day. Here he shares some tips for finding work.
Times have certainly changed since I started work as a Production Assistant for a distinguished publishing house only a decade ago. Now, rather than massaging strained biceps from carrying piles of carefully packaged proofs from desk to desk, we harp on about carpel tunnel syndrome and ponder deep thoughts about metadata. The era of Digital publishing is upon us and, like a towering Galactus it’s going nowhere.