Bloomsbury Publishing Inc

Academic Marketing Intern

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Position: Full-Time

Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury, is seeking a marketing intern for the fall 2019 semester. We are a publisher of academic and trade titles located in Midtown/Herald Square.

As an academic marketing intern, you will work with the Academic Marketing team on a variety of projects that reflect the diverse aspects of academic publishing, including:

  • Create content for social media including twitter and blogs.
  • Assist with review copy mailings.
  • Assist with conference tasks including sending out supplies, entering newsletter signups into our databases, and help print necessary materials.
  • Help to support our authors by creating marketing materials
  • Update data systems as needed.
  • Various administrative tasks.

The Academic Marketing Intern will have the opportunity to learn about marketing to a scholarly and student audience, supporting works of research, textbooks, trade books and reference works.

Opportunities to take on other marketing projects may also arise.

We are looking for creative and motivated individuals, who ideally have the following skills:

  • High level of familiarity with Microsoft Office, particularly Word and Excel
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Outlook
  • Firm grasp of grammar and spelling, with a keen eye for detail
  • Ability to work efficiently and independently
  • Strong communication skills in a fast-paced professional environment

We require a commitment of 30 hours per week (Monday through Friday, 9 AM 3:30 PM) for the entire internship term.

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About Bloomsbury Publishing Inc:

Bloomsbury USA is a general interest publisher of adult and children's books established in 1998 as an American subsidiary of Bloomsbury Publishing with offices in London, New York, Sydney and New Delhi. On the adult side, they are the publisher of the bestselling and award winning books Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward (National Book Award Fiction Winner), Cant We Talk About Something More Pleasant? By Roz Chast (#1 NYT bestseller, winner of the NBCC and Kirkus Prize, and a finalist for the National Book Award), Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke, Women Rowing North by Mary Pipher and Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain; as well as works by award-winning and acclaimed writers Deborah Levy, Miriam Toews, Gail Godwin, Daniel Handler, Ross King, Johann Hari, Sam Quinones, Carol Anderson, Mark Kurlansky, and EJ Dionne, Jr. On the childrens side, they are the publisher of the #1 global bestselling author Sarah J Maas, Newbery Honor Winner Princess Academy by Shannon Hale, Michael L. Printz Award Winner In Darkness by Nick Lake, Caldecott Award Winner Gone Wild by David McLimans, CSK Medal and Newbery Honor winner Piecing Me Together by Rene Watson as well as acclaimed works by Emery Lord, Kate Messner, Brigid Kemmerer, Nikki Grimes and Salina Yoon.

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