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HarperCollins Publishing is looking for an experienced facility Project Manager to complement our existing Facilities staff.
The Project Manager is a highly visible position that interacts with the entire company. Some of the primary areas of responsibility include space planning, vendor/contractor management, and the detailed planning and coordination of building emergency procedures.
This position requires an experienced person with the ability to multi-task various projects and objectives. The position will provide both planning input and follow-through. Primary areas of responsibility include space planning, furniture and minor construction management, developing CAD/similar floor plans to support high level objectives, detailed planning/coordination of Fire/Tornado/Emergency Planning and Drills, and extensive people skills to align project variables with required staff/vendors/contractors.
Under the direction of the Sr. Manager of Systems Development, the Application Developer is responsible for creating technical specifications from business requirements, working with reusable web and database components using C#, Microsoft Development Tools, MVC, Web Services and SQL, as well as integrating with third party components and APIs. The developer must be able to manage multiple concurrent priorities spanning from new software development projects as well as maintenance and support of existing applications. Individual must have a strong technical foundation as well as a full understanding of common coding standards, configuration management, and full life cycle systems development. Be able to work effectively with other developers and non-technical staff from other business units. Must have the ability to design and present good UI interfaces to wide range of audiences. Individual should be a fast learner of new technologies, be a creative thinker, share skills and information freely.
We have an exciting opportunity for an Editorial Assistant to join the William Morrow team! The Editorial Assistant will provide administrative and editorial support to a VP/Executive Editor who specializes in thrillers, suspense, and narrative nonfiction (history, journalism and memoir).
Our General Books Group is looking for a Publicist to manage all aspects of a publicity campaign for approximately 2-3 titles a month under limited supervision. In this role, you will have the opportunity to work on a wide variety of titles included in the William Morrow and Dey Street imprint(s).
HarperCollins Publishers is looking to augment their Global Information Security team. This position reports to the Supervisor of Security Operations and is based out of Princeton, NJ. The Information Security Analyst will be directly involved in the global deployment initiatives of various technological solutions and is a great opportunity for candidates seeking to be challenged.
We have an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Editor to join the Harper Design imprint within our General Books Group!
The Content Management department at HarperCollins Publishers is seeking an Assistant to work on the composition and development of both print and digital products. HarperCollins Publishers strives to build the best-in-market publications, agnostic of format, to meet today’s rapidly changing market needs, thereby best serving our authors.
In this role you will assist with structuring manuscripts with markup that will output to various formats (physical books and eBooks), input formatting and typographical changes into book interiors, oversee progress of book interiors from early passes to end products, and create and QA eBook products. The ideal candidate will be someone with superior attention to detail, ability to prioritize and juggle multiple projects, and with a keen interest in composition and typographical principles.
HarperCollins Publishers is seeking an Integration Developer for our Moosic office which is located on Montage Mountain. This position is responsible for analysis, design, development, and implementation of assets that support our global organization. This is a hands-on technical position which will design APIs utilizing RAML, then implement the resulting specifications.
If you possess strong communication and problem solving skills, are passionate about learning new technologies and pay rigorous attention to detail, we're looking for you!
We are currently seeking a Financial Analyst to provide support to the finance team in the Operations and Technology division. This position is the perfect opportunity for someone who likes to take initiative and work in a fast-paced environment!
HarperCollins General Books Group is looking for a highly motivated Spanish language Associate Editor.
HarperCollins Christian Publishing seeks a strong/organized Data Analyst to work closely with and support the SVP & Group Publisher, who has oversight of multiple publishing imprints.
Successful candidates will have a strong business acumen and an impeccable analytical mind. The ideal candidate will possess superior organizational skills and the ability to identify and evaluate trends as well as assess projects and initiatives to identify what worked, what didn’t, and why.
The Data Analyst will gather data, maintain data, and turn data into useful information, useful information into insight and insight into strategic business recommendations.
HarperCollins Children’s Books Group is currently seeking a Production Editor to oversee the production editorial process on a wide variety of titles—from board books through young adult novels—under all of the Children’s Books Group imprints.
HarperCollins Publishers is currently seeking a Human Resources Coordinator for its Christian Publishing Division. This position will be based in Grand Rapids, MI.
The Human Resources Coordinator will work as an integral member of HarperCollins Christian Publishing’s (“HCCP”) Human Resources team with key areas of focus being: ownership and management of key HR processes including payroll, recruiting support, compensation and leave administration, data analytics and reporting as well as accountability as a member of a high functioning team.
The HR Coordinator will report to the HCCP Division’s Vice President of HR (based in Nashville, TN).
Are you hyper-organized? Obsessed with getting the little details just right in every project you take on? Are you a proactive, solution-oriented, and collaborative person? Are you interested in a career path in the advertising operations field (advertising, project management, media buying, campaign planning)? If so, read on!
HarperCollins Children’s Books is seeking an Advertising & Promotions Assistant in the Advertising department to manage a variety of tasks to support the team. Duties include trafficking and coordinating advertising projects, managing and processing marketing invoices, and assisting the team in a variety of other projects (ranging from print and digital assets to social media advertising campaign creation). This role will expose you to multiple functions of the children’s marketing department and interface with all members, across category, of the marketing team.
This internship is 20 hours a week for the Spring 2019 academic term in Nashville, TN.
The marketing intern will be responsible for assisting HCL marketing and publicity efforts.
Role responsibilities may include:
- Support HCL social media and email platform growth with weekly content and promotional ideas.
- Provide support for development of title-specific marketing plans.
- Generate market research to help sharpen book and author positioning.
- Develop Marketing Plan Updates (MPU’s) to support sales efforts to retailers.
- Create market research surveys.
- Identify keyword marketing opportunities and execute on Google and Amazon.
- Research and profile key industry associations for joint marketing opportunities.
- Compile a comprehensive list of media outlets and contacts, including podcasters.
- Support the HCL podcast with research and promotion.
- Help select ebook and audiobook titles for price promotions.
The Sr. Marketing Director for Zondervan Bibles directs and oversees all marketing initiatives for new release and backlist title sales goals across all Zondervan Bibles. Develops strategies and executing plans to ensure both sell-in and sell-through results. The Sr. Marketing Director (SMD) is responsible for leading Sr. Marketing Manager, Marketing Manager and Sr. Associate Marketing Manager in the development of innovative marketing plans, execution of those plans and measuring the resulting performance. Additionally, the SMD is responsible for measurement of ROI for implemented programs, making adjustments as necessary, and/or launching phase two plans as required. SMD manages the Zondervan Bible marketing budgets, establishes title budget parameters, tracks budget spends, and reports to the SVP of Marketing.
HarperCollins is currently seeking a Mailroom Clerk to work 20 hours per week (part-time) in our San Francisco office.
HarperOne is currently seeking an Associate Director OR Director of Marketing to run title-specific marketing campaigns, and participate in strategy and management.
HarperOne is a leading publisher of general narrative and prescriptive non-fiction that is intended to transform and inspire. We successfully reach mainstream and specialized audiences in the categories of religion and spirituality, science and technology, health and healing, personal growth, the environment, and social change. Our authors rank among the world’s most influential voices of progressive ideas, activism, feminism, wisdom, and change. In the past nine years, HarperOne has had more than 100 New York Times bestselling books. The HarperOne imprint is now part of the growing HarperOne Group, which brings together four imprints and editorial visions, including Amistad, Rayo/HarperCollins Español, and a new imprint publishing mostly fiction, mostly in translation. Our goal is to publish books for the world we want to live in.
This position will strategize, execute, and optimize data-driven digital advertising campaigns that drive revenue, as well as analyze retail reporting to identify sales trends and purchase behavior for the children’s and YA marketplaces. He/she will build campaigns on platforms including but not limited to Facebook, Google, Bookbub, and Amazon Advertising, managing the process from start to finish—planning, copywriting, and developing creative, as well as frequently testing, monitoring, and optimizing to maximize conversions and ROI. The position will also utilize retail reporting to identify trends in sales and customer purchase behavior that inform our promotional strategy.
This position will play an integral role in driving revenue growth, proactively seeking creative and innovative strategies, and demonstrating a deep understanding of our audiences—who they are, what they're looking for, what they respond to, and what ultimately converts them into customers—as well as the platform-specific nuances of audience behavior. He/she will work closely with Senior Marketing Director and Senior Marketing Managers to ensure there is alignment and integration for all digital marketing strategies along with plans that support product categories geared for readers ages 18 and under.
The Digital Marketing Manager runs the strategy and execution for Thomas Nelson Bibles digital marketing channels and marketing tactics, such as sales funnels, email, blogs/websites, social media, and online advertising. It requires a high degree of attention to detail, organization, and ability to manage multiple projects on tight deadlines.