Do you want to shape the future of publishing?Do you want to work for the 21st century’s most respected academic and educational publisher?Do you want to join a truly global organisation with over 50 offices around the world?If your answer to these questions is YES, please apply to join the new Graduate Program at Cambridge University Press.About the programSuccessful applicants will gain a broad view of publishing, learning about all aspects of our business and will experience life in our editorial, marketing, sales, production and administration teams. The opportunity and support to develop management and wider business skills will also be provided throughout the 18 month duration of the program. Roles will be available in our Academic, English Language Teaching and Education businesses and will start in September 2013.About youYou will be a final year student or recent Graduate with a minimum 2:1 degree (UK) or Bachelor’s Degree (US). You will also be adaptable, innovative, forward thinking with a can-do attitude. You will be able to demonstrate a passion for publishing and for the Cambridge University Press brand. You will be quick to learn and work well in a team.About usCambridge University Press is the publishing business of the University of Cambridge. Our purpose is to further the University’s objective of advancing learning, knowledge and research.This is a time of great change and great opportunity in the world of publishing. We are a pioneer in our field, committed to supporting innovation in learning and teaching. We publish without boundaries, ensuring our resources are accessible across the globe in digital and print formats.How to applyThe application process starts when you click the apply button to apply – please ensure you click the appropriate button depending on whether you are applying for a UK or US vacancy. You will be required to upload a CV and a covering letter as well as answer a number of questions. Further stages in the selection process will include a telephone interview, psychometric tests and an assessment day.