Job title: Creative Studio Manager
Reports to: Art Director, Adult Trade Publishing
Salary range: £35,000 - £40,000 per annum
Bonnier Books UK is looking for an experienced studio manager to join our award-winning design team. The purpose of this role is ensuring that the studio runs as efficiently as possible, so that our designers can focus on delivering their best creative work.
You will be responsible for managing workflow within the design department, ensuring that covers and jackets meet their deadlines at each stage of production.
Reporting into the art director, you will be the primary contact for the briefing and delivery of covers, working closely with the editorial, production, marketing, and publicity teams.
As this is a newly created role, you will have scope to develop new workflow systems and streamline procedures and ensure a smooth publishing process.
A problem solver with strong attention to detail, you will be confident in communicating with colleagues at all levels and capable of pushing back and challenging when necessary.
Previous studio management experience within a publishing environment or similar creative field is encouraged, but not essential.
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Bonnier Books UK is committed to building a diverse workforce through positive action. Currently, Black, Asian and Multi-Ethnic employees are under-represented in our workforce and we actively encourage applicants from these groups. For further information, please read our Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan here.
Working with a team of passionate, talented people
Internal learning and development programmes
Career Development opportunities
Fun social events
Bonnier Books is home to 13 adult and children’s imprints, publishing across a wide variety of genres, for different ages. From crime to reading group fiction; memoir to self-help; activity to reference – we believe every book matters.
Bonnier Books UK is owned by Bonnier Books, a family-owned company headquartered in Sweden. Bonnier Books is a top-15 world publisher.