In this role, you’ll work with a variety of paperback and e-books, including commercial and literary fiction, narrative nonfiction and self-help. You’ll work to conceive and execute traditional and online marketing campaigns for 20-30 titles per season, collaborating closely with authors and agents throughout the process.
To be considered, you should have at least seven years of consumer marketing experience in book publishing or media. You’ll also need experience working with book bloggers and marketing to book clubs, as well as social networking know-how. If you’re an organized team player, who can maintain a budget, apply here.
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