at Little, Brown Book Group
Marketing Assistant Vacancy
Little, Brown Book Group’s marketing department is looking for a bright, outgoing and efficient Marketing Assistant. The job is suitable for a graduate looking for their first job in publishing. The ideal candidate will be a good communicator who has strong organisational skills with a proven ability to work well under pressure and multi-task effectively. We are looking for someone with a ‘can-do’ approach who is also a strong team player. Relevant work experience would be an advantage. Responsibilities would include providing administrative support to the marketing team, contributing to the delivery of social media activity, website content and updates, and providing campaign support to the marketing team as required.
To apply please email your CV and covering letter with current salary details if applicable to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Little, Brown Book Group is an equal opportunities employer and employs people on the basis of their abilities.
The Little, Brown Book Group is part of the Hachette Book Group. Please check www.hachette.co.uk for group-wide vacancies.
Little, Brown offers unpaid work experience for one week all through the year. Anyone coming to us for work experience will be placed in a number of different departments throughout the company. We cannot guarantee what work you will be doing or which department you will be working in beforehand but you will get the chance to see the range of work carried out within a publishing company which may help you to decide the area of publishing which appeals to you.
We will reimburse you for reasonable travel costs within the M25 area, receipts required. Unfortunately it is Hachette Livre’s policy not to accept anyone under the age of 18.
To apply for work experience please contact Ann Woodhall either by email email@example.com or post enclosing your CV and giving an indication of the dates when you are available.
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The people who work at Little, Brown reflect the diversity of life in the UK and of the books we publish. As well as loving the titles on our list and giving their all to their various jobs, many belong to the groups and committees that have grown up in response to demand. We have a Diversity committee; an ethical group that looks at book production and office practice in terms of the environment; a group of volunteers who help with reading in local schools and mentor young people.
If you are interested in joining Little, Brown, please check back often to view the job vacancies on this page of this website. When recruiting, we look for the top people in every field, from a wide range of social and ethnic backgrounds, and with the greatest level of talent, passion and commitment for publishing.