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Current Vacancies

Marketing Designer

A rare opportunity for a gifted designer to join one of the world’s leading publishers of illustrated books

We are looking for a highly creative, confident and organized Marketing Designer with at least two years' experience, ideally in a sales/marketing environment or fields related to Thames & Hudson's publishing programme. This is a key role, producing both print and digital sales and marketing materials which effectively communicate and promote the Thames & Hudson brand, series and individual titles to a range of important audiences.

Reporting to the Marketing and Communications Director, the ideal candidate will be a great communicator and have the ability to liaise effectively with the Sales, Design, Picture Research, Production and Editorial Departments. He or she will combine a strong creative flair with the ability to multi-task and an eye for detail. The work includes designing trade and national press advertising, catalogues, micro-sites, innovative point-of-sale pieces, sales blads and html email messages.

Proficiency in InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Adobe Acrobat Professional, Dreamweaver and Distiller CS are essential, as well as a working knowledge of MS Office. A good understanding of print and colour reproduction issues is also desirable, as is some video-editing experience.

Candidates should send a CV and covering letter, stating their current salary to:
    Alice Craddock
    Thames & Hudson Ltd
    181A High Holborn
    London, WC1V 7QX

Commissioning Editor/Assistant Commissioning Editor – Archaeology Textbooks

Thames & Hudson is the leading global publisher of books on all aspects of human civilization, including archaeology. The list includes market-leading textbooks for higher education as well as books of more general interest to professional archaeologists and enthusiasts.

To help us manage our expanding programme, we are seeking a commissioning editor with a sound academic background in archaeology to develop our textbook list. Direct experience of commissioning higher-education textbooks and/or of academic publishing is required. Familiarity with the North American market would be an advantage.

The successful candidate must be aware of important trends in archaeology and ideally will have a good range of contacts with archaeologists in the UK and internationally. A commitment to exceptional editorial and design standards is essential, as is a keen interest in digital media. Some travel, including internationally, will be required. This is a rare opportunity for an outstanding individual to join our busy and committed team.

To apply, please send your CV with a covering letter (which should include details of your current salary) to:
    Amy Carsen, Head of HR
    Thames & Hudson Ltd
    181A High Holborn
    London WC1V 7QX

to arrive by no later than 31 May 2015.