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Christopher Hamilton Business development manager 2 What do you enjoy about your role?

Job in Five

Claire Law Atwood Tate Managing director


Every day is different, and it’s really busy! I’m working on a wide range of roles and talk to all sorts of people, from children’s publishing to very technical organisa- tions and across editorial, marketing, production and sales. I still get a buzz when we get a job offer in and our candidate says “yes”.

3 What are you working on at the moment?

1 Describe your role. I’m the m.d. here so

I oversee the day-to-day running of our London and Oxford offices. Right now I’m looking after job vacancies outside London (covering the end of Claire Carrington- Smith’s maternity leave). It covers a really wide territory, and I’m working on jobs at different levels of seniority.

Product Manager Atwood Tate

London A leading professional publisher based in London is looking for a Product Manager to

take ownership of Sector Research. Joining the team on a 12-month fixed-term contract basis, this is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Product Manager with an excellent Market Research background to act as champion for all things research.

There’s a lot of uncertainty in the economy and this has a knock-on effect on the job market—candidates can be less inclined to move roles so there are skills shortages in some areas. This means it’s harder to find people, but that’s what we’re good at! We are sometimes asked to find an impossible mix of skills and experience (we call this a unicorn job), but we like a challenge and can use our expert knowledge to advise clients on what is viable.

4 What skills do you need for your role?

Being extremely organised. I can be working on several job vacancies at a time and getting enquiries and applica- tions that need speedy replies. I’m very good at writing to-do lists and trying hard to get through them while dealing with incoming enquiries.

5 What advice would you give to those

looking to work in the industry? If you’re starting out we’ve got lots of advice on our blog. Publishing is a big industry with lots of different sectors so think about what you’d like to do and be open minded. If I were looking again, I’d prob- ably go for a data or market- ing role and would look at the professional or e-learning sectors (instead of editorial in trade book publishing which is still extremely competitive!).

Export Sales Manager Nosy Crow

London We have a really exciting opportunity for an internationally-minded, talented, experi-

enced, and well-connected Export Sales professional to lead the export sales for Nosy Crow’s fast-growing, award-winning Children’s list. The successful candidate will join our team as Export Sales Manager on a full- time basis, working in our London office near London Bridge. This position reports to the Head of UK and Export Sales and Marketing. The role of the Export Sales Manager is to shape and

grow Export Sales across the world for the whole of the Nosy Crow list. It is a pivotal role which combines face- to-face customer-selling and market-management, with support, organizational, strategic and manage- ment responsibilities. Key skills, characteristics and capabilities:

 Excellent sales and presentation skills;  Very good organizational and management ability, creative flair, excellent communication skills and an enthusiastic self-starter;

 Previous experience in an Export Sales environment, in a publishing company;

 A keen interest in children’s books; board books and novelty, picture books and young fiction.

Head of Journal Development Atwood Tate

London Do you have extensive journal development and commissioning experience? Are you looking

to lead the strategy and editorial team of a scientific publisher? This Head of Journal Development role might be the opportunity you are looking for. Based in central London, you will join the friendly team of a scientific society and play a crucial part in raising the profile of its journals.


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