HarperCollins Publishers

Content Producer (Design/Photography)

Job Locations US-NY-New York



HarperCollins Children’s Books is currently seeking a content producer with design experience. This role will be responsible for creating and editing product shots, as well as creating designs for ads and social content. The designer will report to the Art Director. The ideal candidate will be creative, highly collaborative and motivated by a fast-paced environment.   


  • Creates and edits visual content for various social media and print platforms.
  • Develops and maintains product image archive for marketing department.
  • Captures high quality product images in the required formats and styles
  • Organizes and conducts lifestyle photoshoots to be highest caliber for advertising, website, and social channels.
  • Works closely with marketing leads on concepts and addressing any feedback.
  • Designs animated and static digital ads, print ads, and eblasts.
  • Remains current on design, photography, and publishing trends. 


  • 4-year college degree or equivalent work experience 
  • 2-4 years of design experience 
  • Experienced in product and lifestyle photography
  • Excellent at image editing and retouching
  • Excellent Mac skills and design skills using InDesign, Photoshop and Lightroom a must
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office 
  • Experience using Basecamp, a plus 
  • Experience with branding and packaging design a plus 
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills 
  • Must be creative, adaptable, and have a strong work-ethic 
  • Ability to prioritize and perform in a fast paced environment 

HarperCollins Publishers is a company full of people who are passionate about books. When you apply for a position, we want to know why you want to work here, and why you are interested in the job. That’s why cover letters are strongly preferred.


HarperCollins Publishers is an equal opportunity employer.


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