Jobs

Are you looking for a publishing job? Here are a few resources to help you.

Publishing Jobs

Where to find publishing jobs

Twitter

Twitter is a great place to keep an eye on the latest publishing jobs – but there are quite a lot of different sources to keep up with. Follow our @publishingjobs feed for links to a selection of the latest jobs from a range of recruiters and publishers. You can also see the latest tweets from @publishingjobs in the sidebar of this blog – and below.


 

LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a great tool for your publishing job search. Keep your profile current, and relevant to the job you are looking for. Make connections and follow companies you’d like to work for. Join relevant groups – many include job postings. The Publishing Talk LinkedIn group will soon include job ads too.

Here are 10 ways to use LinkedIn to find a publishing job.

Recruitment agencies

There are specialist recruitment agencies in the publishing industry. Keep an eye on these sites for their latest publishing jobs.

Atwood TateInspired SelectionRedwood Publishing Recruitment

Publisher websites

If there’s a specific publisher you’d like to work for, most publishers have their own online recruitment pages. Here are a few examples.

Hachette UK vacanciesPenguin Random House UK careersHarperCollins Publishers UK careers

Job sites

In the UK, The Guardian regularly lists publishing jobs, and jobs sites such as indeed are popular worldwide.

Where to find careers advice

You can also find some careers advice on this blog, and other websites such as bookcareers.com. We sometimes post careers advice on Twitter at @publishingjobs too, and run Twitter-based career chats.

Here’s some advice on using Twitter as part of your job search.

Where to advertise your publishing jobs

Are you recruiting? Get in touch if you’d like to see your job ads featured in our @publishingjobs Twitter feed or in our LinkedIn group.

 

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