“Part of University of Michigan Library, and parent organization for University of Michigan Press, Michigan Publishing provides a home to more than 30 digital open access serials, publishing peer-reviewed scholarship across the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities.
As part of a dynamic team of digital publishing specialists, the Journals Coordinator oversees Michigan Publishing’s relationships with the editors of its journals, particularly advising on indexing, editorial workflows, technical requirements, and financial concerns through regular check-ins and periodic ad hoc consultation. The Journals Coordinator manages the operations of the Journal of Electronic Publishing and also works independently with the U-M campus community to identify and develop potential new scholarly publication projects…”
“The Program Director works collaboratively with the Society for Scholarly Publishing’s (SSP) programming-focused committees, the Executive Director, and the Board, in setting strategic direction for development of all educational programing of the Society, including the annual meeting, seminars, webinars, regional programming, and training activities. This position provides continuity, guidance, support and standards for the committees that are charged with developing SSP’s educational and informational programs…”
Assistant Managing Editor, GS-1001-12 – Smithsonian Institution – National Museum of the American Indian – Washington, DC
“The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) seeks an Assistant Managing Editor to provide editorial oversight for American Indian Magazine, NMAI’s award-winning membership magazine. The Assistant Managing Editor is responsible for setting short- and long-term plans and schedules for the magazine’s production efforts and developing, directing, and evaluating all facets associated with the research, writing, publication, and marketing of the magazine…”
The Product Manager for Publishing Information Systems at Duke University Press (DUP) is responsible developing internal publishing information systems used by Duke Press to support the production, storage, organization, and dissemination of product and content data, in order to meet the Press’s business goals. Primary duties include managing the creation and maintenance of publishing information systems; partnering with stakeholders to evaluate and re-engineer processes that are supported by these systems; determining system requirements; and delivering product value to DUP’s internal customers and stakeholders…”
“… The Library Sales Manager is responsible for all online sales activities presenting all product types published by BRILL to existing and prospective customers in the assigned sales territory. As a member of the Sales Team in the Americas, the position serves as a pivotal role in the success of the global sales strategy. He/she will maintain commercial awareness of the industry to adapt to changing requirements in the market…”
“… The Marketing Manager is responsible for planning and executing marketing strategies for a portfolio of scholarly journals. This includes managing each journal’s marketing budget, analyzing marketing campaign data, and collaborating with other members of each journal’s editorial and production teams. She or he is also responsible for collaborating with colleagues on other related marketing strategies and campaigns as required…”
“… Join the JAMA team as a Systems Specialist. As part of the team, you will configure, develop and manage the manuscript and peer review systems used by the JAMA Network Journals. Work with staff from Scientific Publications, Information Technology and the system vendors to ensure integration between editorial and production systems. Provide technical support, direction, and training to in-house and remote users of these systems including to internal and external users of these systems…”
“Creates and executes a comprehensive Cenveo Publisher Services marketing plan and oversight to support the brand and provide the sales team with critical product information focused on publisher services…”
“Cenveo Publisher Services is actively seeking experienced sales professionals to grow our business. The Publishers Services Group specializes in the production of regional magazines, specialty publications, educational and trade books, business-to-business and business-to-consumer catalogs, journals for the STM market to include content services (full service editorial), and commercial print…”
“The Society for Human Resource Management is looking for a … reporter and editor who can write for a global audience of business professionals about workplace trends and the future of work. The aim is to go beyond quoting experts to interpreting what they say and providing insights into how the working world will evolve next year and beyond…”
“Colorado Public Radio is looking for a Social Media Editor who has strong visual chops, is a social media evangelist and believes in the mission and potential of public media. The Social Media Editor is primarily responsible for helping our content sing on all social media channels, and is adept at using social media to reach new audiences and engage our existing communities. We want someone who can create and post social-exclusive editorial content on various digital platforms and who excels at teaching others to use social media platforms to inform our journalism and tell our stories…”
This position is part of a team charged to implement the next generation of scholarly publishing at PNNL. While it is primarily focused on the management of our digital library, it is rich with opportunity to specialize in other areas of the scholarly publication lifecycle. It is all about transforming the researcher’s publishing experience, streamlining the process and increasing researcher productivity through innovative technology and services.
Content Production Editor – American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) – Washington, DC
“American Association for the Advancement of Science has an exciting opportunity for a Content Production Editor to join our Editorial team based in Washington, DC. We are looking for a strong copyeditor, comfortable with highly technical scientific material, to help coordinate the editing, production, and publication of scientific research papers for the journal Science…”
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“… The Technical Information Specialist (TIS) analyzes and synthesizes content from scholarly journal articles, book, chapters, and other sources to create records for APA’s discovery solutions.
The TIS is required to comprehend psychometric concepts and methodology in psychology and social science disciplines to describe and index content properly. This person must demonstrate an understanding of both interdisciplinary and international research to extract data from these publications…”
“…The Associate Editor oversees quality control and timelines for NACUBO’s monthly magazine, manages the production process with the graphic designer, and serves as the liaison to the printer. In doing so, the Associate Editor ensures that the publication adheres to deadlines, with content produced in accordance with strict editorial standards and style rules. The Associate Editor assigns or develops features and departments, and copyedits manuscripts. In addition, the Associate Editor formats magazine content for the website. The incumbent reports to the Editor in Chief…”
“Under the direction of the Director of Public Affairs, the Digital Content Editor serves as the primary writer and editor for the California Association of Health Facilities. This position is responsible for compiling, writing, editing and proofing articles for CAHF’s e-communications such as newsletters and member alerts, as well as developing materials related to association events. The Digital Content Editor maintains content on the CAHF Web site, posts relevant industry news on social media and provides support to local chapters with communication needs…”
“… The Product Manager – Open Web/Discovery is responsible for connecting learners to libraries by supporting the development and management of product- and content-focused initiatives at Gale that increase the discovery, use, and value of Gale offerings across all markets. This includes concept work, supporting investment cases, and working in an Agile development environment to advance projects that communicate and demonstrate the value of Gale products and content to the organization, its customers, and ultimately, end-users…”
“Has overall responsibility for developing, writing and editing materials for a major University publication (U of H) or function (s). Disseminates material about university research, academics, activities, events and awards…
- Creates and plans thematic issues of university features magazine.
- Assigns, directs and edits in-house and freelance magazine feature articles.
- Conceives, researches and writes feature articles for university feature magazine, including additional photo and illustration planning…”
HAT TIP TO THE SOCIETY FOR SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING AND THE FOLIO JOB BOARD
Tom is originally from Brooklyn N.Y but has spent his entire professional career in South Carolina, most recently as Head of Reference Services at the College of Charleston. As part of the Against the Grain and Charleston Conference team, he serves as the associate editor of the print ATG as well as the co-editor of the webpage. Tom’s conference duties include coordinating the Penthouse Suite interviews as well as the conference poster sessions.
He received his MLS from the University of Buffalo, SUNY and a second master’s in public administration from the College of Charleston and the Univ. of South Carolina. His wife Carol and he live in downtown Charleston and she is an artist and a tour guide offering historic walking tours of the city.