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Editorial and Marketing Internship @ Hurst Publishers (Creative Access)
During this six-month internship, the chosen candidate will learn how to conduct a wide range of day-to-day editorial and marketing tasks. They will receive training in direct marketing, social media management, proofreading and copy-editing.
The successful trainee will also be given the opportunity to develop their project management skills and will gain an understanding of the academic peer review process.
This opportunity would suit a politics or history or languages graduate who has excellent current affairs knowledge.
Closing date: 12/12
Marketing Graduate Internship @ Hachette Partworks
This is a great role for someone who wants to build up their marketing experience as they will get exposure to all elements of marketing – from TV ads and promotional materials to sales analysis.
It’s also fantastic for someone who is interested in forging a career in Publishing; we’re a small company so the marketing team work very closely with all of the other teams, which allows them to develop a good overview of the business – from editorial to distribution and production. Working in partworks also gives you great experience in marketing a wide and eclectic range of different titles, from adults to kids, both internally developed and in partnership with well-known big brand licenses such as Marvel and Disney.
Now it says you need a degree and 1 year’s experience in Marketing and Publishing, which I’m hoping is a typo. Please.
Closing date: dunno but start date 9th Jan
Internship @ LAW Literary Agency (through SYP)
Location: London, W14
Status: 3 – 6 months
Responsible to: Philippa Milnes-Smith, Managing Director
Salary: £13.2k per annum/£1,100 per month
Start Date: 3 January 2017
Lucas Alexander Whitley Ltd is active in all areas of representation (including speaking, licensing, brand, film and television deals) and operates with individuality and commitment. Small enough to be friendly, big enough to operate effectively in a global market, always imaginative, we not only look for the best deals for our clients but also plan their long-term careers.
We are looking for an intern to become part of the team in our busy literary agency. The role provides an opportunity to learn about the full range of activity of agency work but is also an attractive role to anyone interested in children’s and YA publishing and media: the intern reports to Philippa Milnes-Smith, who is both Managing Director and an agent for these areas. The ideal candidate will be highly organized, friendly, hard-working, thorough and flexible and will enjoy working both independently and with other people. Our work extends well beyond the confines of publishing so a broader interest in media and the creative world is desirable.
Qualifications, knowledge and skills:
– University degree: 2:1 or above
– Excellent oral and written communication
– Excellent computer skills – Word, Excel, Outlook
– Good time management
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