In this role, you’ll act as the main liaison between the Publisher and Editorial groups, managing list scheduling and production issues for over 350 titles per year. Working with various in-house teams, you’ll coordinate book schedules, while overseeing a department of nine.
To be considered, you should have five to ten years of trade book experience in managing editorial and production editorial. Effective communicators who thrive under pressure should apply here.
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