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Graduate / Trainee Editors

Graduate / Trainee Editors

Location Cumbria
Job Type Graduate Schemes
Salary £21,000 with excellent benefits
Sector Biology Graduate Jobs, Physics Graduate Jobs, Science and Research, Maths Graduate Jobs

CGP is the UK’s No.1 educational publisher.  We’ve been growing rapidly and there are lots of exciting new products in the pipeline.  We need to recruit talented new Trainee Editors with a mix of academic backgrounds to help us create them, and that’s where you come in...

 

We’re looking for Maths, Physics and Biology graduates to become an essential part of our publishing team.  Whether you’re a new graduate or have work experience already, we’d love to hear from you. 

 

You’ll work in project teams with experienced Editors and Senior Editors producing material to make subjects come alive for students — we’ll teach you our unique writing style!  To be considered for this role, you must have a good eye for detail and have:

  • At least a 2:1 degree and AAB at A-Level (or a very good reason why not!)
  • The analytical skills to pick out the most important bits of a subject
  • The flair to explain things in a clear yet engaging way
  • A flexible and positive attitude in everything you do

 

If finding ways to get the best out of software excites you, there’s also scope in time to work with our Editing Technical team. 

 

Whatever your academic background, we can offer you a rewarding career with a well‑established and trusted brand, as well as a great working environment on the southern edge of the Lake District.

 

Interested?

Find out more at cgpbooks.co.uk.  To apply, email us your CV and a cracking cover letter telling us why you’d be a great Trainee Editor.  Please remember to include your A-Level / GCSE exam subjects and grades. 

 

editorjobs@cgpbooks.co.uk

01229 715709

 

Assessment days — October 2019
Start date — January 2020

 

Closing Date: Thursday 26th September 2019