Thames Hudson spring 2017
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Spring 2017 Catalogue

Childrens catalogue 2017
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Current Vacancies

Marketing Executive

Thames & Hudson is looking for a highly motivated Marketing Executive to support the production of trade marketing campaigns and materials as well as the implementation of online consumer campaigns. This is a key role in the Communications Department, which involves increasing the awareness of Thames & Hudson to a trade audience as well as its online footprint through a combination of content and email marketing, SEO, paid media and analytics.

Key responsibilities:
The Marketing Executive, who will report to the Head of Marketing, will be responsible for:
• Creating targeted presentation materials for the Sales team within agreed deadlines and managing key trade events
• Working with our in-house designer on print and online design
• Growing our influence within the various industries and communities our books are aimed at (Art, Architecture, Design, Photography, Fashion) through the project management and promotion of partnerships, bespoke events and industry fairs
• Planning, developing and managing the marketing activity for frontlist titles across social media, email, display and search
• Working collaboratively with marketing colleagues to develop Thames & Hudson’s online presence – gaining insight into Thames & Hudson’s audiences and turning that insight into content calendars, which you’ll co-manage day-to-day
• Assessing audience, channels and tactics, and reporting on campaign performance
• Proactively developing knowledge of key competitors, their products, and sales and marketing activity

Experience/skills required:
• At least two years’ marketing experience
• A track record in a publishing or arts environment
• A full understanding of the marketing mix from campaign planning to implementation and evaluation
• Experience of sourcing, creating, editing and publishing content on a regular basis
• A good knowledge of social media, SEO and PPC campaigns
• Good writing skills
• An eye for detail and design, with excellent organisation and project management skills
• Familiarity with PowerPoint, InDesign and Photoshop

To apply, please send your CV with a covering letter to Alice Craddock, HR Officer:

Editorial Assistant
Six-month paid internship

Thames & Hudson is the leading global publisher of illustrated books on the visual arts, history and popular culture. Our list includes titles that are published in association with museums and other institutions worldwide. We are seeking a bright, resourceful graduate with a sound editorial sense coupled with a good visual eye, to support the creative team on our popular music, popular culture and cult titles.

This is a varied role requiring excellent organizational skills and the ability to juggle multiple titles in a fast-paced working environment. You should be enthusiastic, highly organized, self-motivated and responsible with good communication skills and the ability to work well as part of a small team. You will be image savvy with a keen eye for detail and possess good InDesign and Excel skills. The main part of the role will be to organize sourced and specially photographed images according to an editorial structure appropriate to each title and to keep track of all images sourced, credits provided and fees agreed. Keying in text corrections, checking proofs, compiling endmatter, proof-reading, coordination with other departments, author liaison and general administration duties will also form part of the role.

This is an exciting chance to work on a wide variety of stimulating projects in a highly creative environment in central London. A good working knowledge of InDesign, Word and Excel is essential and first-rate ability to find your way around the internet an advantage.

To apply, please send your CV with a covering letter to Alice Craddock, HR Officer:

Closing date: 23 January 2017

Work experience in Thames & Hudson’s Picture Research Department

We have a temporary work experience placement to assist our Picture Research department over the coming months.

Office hours are 9.15am - 5.30pm and while full time help would be preferred, alternative work patterns will be considered.

An interest in Picture Research and an understanding of either Art History or Ancient History would be an advantage, but most important is a keen eye for detail and a willingness to perform a variety of routine tasks thoroughly. The work will include filing photos, entering and checking data in Excel spreadsheets and organizing photos and high res files.

To apply, please send your CV with a covering letter to
Amy Carsen: