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Publication or Company Cambridge University Press
Job Title Manufacturing Controller
Industry Book Publishing, Non-profit, Other Publishing, Teaching/Academia
Salary Competitive
Job Duration Full Time
Job Location New York, NY
Job Requirements Cambridge University Press seeks a Manufacturing Controller to coordinate the manufacturing of our English Language Teaching (ELT) products, including print and electronic components, from receipt of final file to finished item. Responsibilities include obtaining estimates, tracking them against actual costs, negotiating/setting prices with printers, tracking print schedules, checking proofs and coordinating with editorial, production, and print vendors in order to ensure that the best possible printing solutions are used to create high-quality final products in a timely manner.

The ideal candidate will possess 4 years of manufacturing experience in print and electronic media, in offset, web and digital printing environments, prepress and manufacturing specifications, and proficiency in scheduling databases, Adobe Acrobat, and Microsoft Office. Database experience, particularly with FileMaker, is desirable. Excellent communication, organizational, negotiating, and problem solving skills are required, as well as attention to detail and ability to work independently.

Cambridge offers rewarding career opportunities with competitive salaries and excellent benefits in a positive and supportive environment. For consideration, send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to newyorkjobs@cambridge.org., or mail to: Human Resources; Cambridge University Press; 32 Avenue of the Americas; New York, NY 10013.
About Our Company Cambridge University Press is the publishing business of the University of Cambridge, one of the worlds leading research institutions. It is the oldest publisher and printer in the world, having been operating continuously since 1584.

We aim to further, through publication and printing, the University of Cambridge's own objective of advancing learning, knowledge and research worldwide. Today, this transformative mission is realized through our commitment to innovation and enterprise, placing us at the cutting-edge of electronic delivery in a world that looks increasingly to digital content and networked access not only to books and journals but to a range of other pedagogic services.

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