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Publication or Company Oxford University Press
Job Title Editor, Grove Art/Oxford Art Online
Industry Book Publishing, Graphic Design/Art Direction, Internet/Online/New Media, Social Media, Art History
Salary Leave Blank
Benefits 401K/403B, Health
Job Duration Full Time
Job Location New York, NY
Job Requirements Requirements:
• M.A. in Art History (or Ph.D.)
• Minimum of two (2) years of professional experience in an Arts Organization
• Minimum of one (1) year of experience in a management or supervisory capacity
• Possess a strong familiarity with Art and Art History scholarship
• Familiar with online publishing and social media – professional experience a plus
• Ability to build a strong network of contacts in the field – professional experience with acquisitions a plus
• Must have strong writing and editing skills
• Must be familiar with HTML or XML – professional experience a plus

Key skills:
• Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing
• Exceptional project management skills
• Strong problem-solving and organizational skills
• Ability to manage time and prioritize work flow effectively
• Strong logic and analytic skills
• Careful attention to detail
• Ability to work gracefully as part of a team
• Proven leadership abilities
About Our Company Oxford University Press furthers the University objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. OUP is the largest university press in the world.

Oxford University Press, publisher of Grove Art Online, is looking to expand the Grove Art program both online and in print and is seeking an enthusiastic, knowledgeable, innovative Editor to guide the program’s present and future development. The Editor will cultivate relationships with scholars and advisors, acquire and develop new projects, manage in-progress initiatives, and chart the path for Grove Art into the future. The Editor will also oversee Oxford Art Online (OAO), the portal through which Grove Art Online and the Benezit Dictionary of Artists is available.

The Editor will be Oxford’s primary in-house representative for the Grove program and will manage the acquisition and development of both online and print content. Other responsibilities include cultivating and maintaining relationships with scholars, librarians, image providers, and organizations; managing program development projects from conception and budgeting to publication; overseeing content additions and site updates; and managing junior staff and freelancers.
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