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Head of Editorial
Head of Editorial Magazines - Permanent
We believe that a diverse workforce strengthens our creativity and delivers the best commercial performance. We are, therefore, seeking applications from high quality people, whose backgrounds, experience and identity broadens and enhances the diversity of our company.
Working on our market-leading portfolio of children's magazines, this role requires an individual who can develop our editorial strategy and inspire our editorial teams to deliver editorial excellence. As a member of the Magazines Management Team, the Head of Editorial will be responsible for leading our editorial teams and ensuring our editorial content is created to the highest possible quality whilst delivering against our commercial goals.
The role will be responsible for ensuring our editorial content delivers for the consumer and the commercial needs of our business whilst adapting to a fast-paced and changing environment. It requires an individual who has the ability to manage and coach the editorial team to develop their commercial publishing skills, children's expertise and market knowledge. The Head of Editorial will work in close partnership with the Commercial Director and a range of departments, including Global divisions and publishing teams, to implement and deliver the publishing plan.
This is an exciting role that requires an experienced, creative and confident individual who can build strong working relationships and has the ability to communicate clearly and effectively.
To be considered for this vacancy you will have been working in a creative environment, preferably within a publishing or media organisation. Experience of children's market is an advantage but not essential. Reporting to the Commercial Director, our ideal candidate will be professional and self-motivated, with an impressive record of accomplishment in their previous roles.
Our company purpose is to make all children proud readers through our broad portfolio of inclusive, child-friendly books and magazines for children and families from all backgrounds, for every interest and reading ability. We are committed to creating opportunities for people from groups traditionally under-represented in publishing.
Egmont is the publishing partner of some of the world's leading children's characters including Disney, Nickelodeon, Winnie-the-Pooh, Star Wars, Minecraft, Mr Men, Lego and Thomas & Friends to name just a few! We are also part of the Egmont Group; Europe's largest children's publisher telling stories through books, magazines, film, TV, music, games and mobile in 30 countries throughout the world.
If you would like to join us please go to our website at to download the relevant application forms. Please note that we do not accept CV's. Completed forms should be sent to: , or posted to: Recruitment, Egmont Publishing, 1 Nicholas Road, London W11 4AN.
Closing date: 23rd June 2019
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The application deadline is 6/23/2019, and we conduct interviews ongoing. Please click the "Apply Now" button to apply for the job. We do not accept applications sent by email.
About Egmont Publishing UK Egmont Publishing publishes more than 700 magazines in 30 countries. Besides the core business, Egmont Publishing is building up new growth areas within both marketing services and e-commerce. Egmont Publishing is a part of Egmont - a leading media group in the Nordic region. Egmont is responsible for Nordisk Film and TV 2 in Norway as well as a commercial foundation which generated revenue amounting to EUR 1.5 billion in 2017. We donate EUR 13 million a year to help improve the lives of children and young people.