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Editorial Programme Manager

Location:
Europe
Salary:
Available on request
Date Posted:
09 Oct 2018
Advertising End Date:
31 Dec 2018
Vacancy Type:
Permanent
Reference:
7376
Job Description

We have exciting new openings for two Editorial Programme Managers to join a leading STM publisher in their office in Switzerland. These roles will lead a programme of multiple journals, drive strategy and manage the teams. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced journal manager to join an innovative and growing open access publisher.

Key duties:

  • Manage the growth and development of programme journals, ensuring targets and objectives are met
  • Inspire, manage and guide Journal Development Managers towards top performance
  • Contribute to companywide strategic plans, procedures and initiatives  
  • Implement and monitor policies and procedures to ensure programme quality
  • Drive growth through editor engagement, article collections and journal launches
  • Represent the interests of the program within the company and the interests of the company to external stakeholders and at relevant events

Experience / skills required:

  • Extensive editorial experience in a publishing house, working on STM or Academic journals
  • Solid line management experience and ability to inspire and motivate a team
  • Strong project management skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Experience working with multiple stakeholders and ability to be decisive and tactful
  • Educated to degree level, ideally in a scientific subject in biomedical, life sciences or physical science

For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to clarechan@atwoodtate.co.uk

Contact:             Clare Chan
Tel:                    0203 574 4428

Atwood Tate embraces diversity and seeks to promote the benefits of diversity in all of our business activities and to develop a business culture that reflects that belief. We welcome applications from all members of society irrespective of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, colour, race, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief.