In this role, you’ll be responsible for growing the sales of the company’s books, while managing a team of marketing professionals. You’ll create promotion and marketing plans, overseeing each budget. In addition, you’ll handle the creation of sales materials and marketing collateral, including catalogs, brochures, email campaigns and web promotions.
The ideal candidate will have five to seven years of publishing experience with a minimum of three years of marketing experience in academic, trade or professional publishing. If you’re a natural leader with a broad understanding of the higher education market, apply here.
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