Assistant Production Editor

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Page Street Publishing Published: January 8, 2021
Salem, MA
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Cookbook and lifestyle publisher, Page Street Publishing Co., distributed by Macmillan, is looking for a bright, detail oriented, entry-level assistant production editor. This person will help with proofing and reviewing designed manuscripts, checking printer proofs, uploading and tracking ebook files, coordinating Library of Congress data and checking changes.

The right candidate should be detail oriented and have strong proofreading skills. Interest in cooking and/or other lifestyle topics would be a plus but not essential, as well as work in a bookstore, library or other ventures involving books should be noted, but will not be considered a competitive advantage to be fair to candidates who have not had the access or financial privilege to take on this form of work. We strongly encourage BIPOC and other self-identifying members of groups underrepresented in publishing to apply. Please address these particular qualities in your cover letter.

The salary is $33,000 annually, with yearly reviews. Benefits include 80% of healthcare policy coverage, a healthy personal time off policy, and work-from-home Wednesdays. Candidates will work in our offices in Salem once we return from working remotely due to Covid-19.

Page Street Publishing Co., located in Salem, Massachusetts, publishes over 140 titles a year spanning the range of lifestyle subjects, including cooking, health, parenting, craft, gardening, fitness and beauty, young adult and children’s books. It seeks out authors with exceptional talent—people not famous who should be—and presents their techniques and expertise in high-quality, full-color paperback originals, packed with step-by-step photos and illustrations. Page Street is distributed by Macmillan, one of the leading publishers in the world.

Please send a resume and cover letter to jobs@pagestreetpublishing.comand include Assistant Production Editor 402 in the subject line.


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