Macmillan Editorial Intern - Psychology in New York

Requisition Number

18-0560

Post Date

12/7/2018

Title

Editorial Intern - Psychology

Organization Name

Macmillan Learning

City

New York

State

NY

Description

Macmillan Learning is a part of the family-owned Holtzbrinck group of companies and is one of the leading educational technology companies. Through deep partnership with the world's best researchers, educators, administrators, and developers, we facilitate

teaching and learning opportunities that spark student engagement and improve outcomes. We provide educators with tailored solutions designed to inspire student curiosity and measure progress. Macmillan Learning is comprised of renowned brands including Bedford/St.

Martins, W.H. Freeman, Worth Publishers, Sapling Learning, SkyFactor, Intellus Learning, Late Nite Labs, and Hayden-McNeil. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to reflecting a broad representation of differences -- race, ethnicity, religion, sex,

sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, physical ability, age, family status, economic background and status, geographical background and status, and perspective-- in our workplace. The successful candidate for this position will become an employee

of Bedford Freeman & Worth Publishing Group, LLC (“BFW”), d/b/a Macmillan Learning. Bedford Freeman & Worth Publishing Group, LLC has developed an affirmative action program in compliance with the NY Department of Education’s guidance. Portions of the affirmative

action program are available for review by applicants and employees by contacting Human Resources.

Requirements

Position Description:

The intern supports the Editor and Editorial Assistant in the higher education division in editorial-related duties.

Major Responsibilities:

Responsibilities include soliciting instructor feedback on book projects, proofreading text, creating art logs and permissions logs, helping to turnover manuscripts to production, collating textbook surveys from a wide range of college professors and providing

contact information for psychology professors who might consider adopting a new textbook. The intern may also attend weekly status meetings and other meetings related to the publishing process.

Required Skills:

• Superior verbal and written communication skills

• Microsoft Office Suite

• Exceptional organizational skills and interpersonal skills

• Ability to prioritize projects and meet deadlines

• Attention to detail

• English, Publishing Studies, or Psychology major preferred

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