This job has ended. Find similar jobs.

Editorial/Production Assistant

Posted 14 March by RedHolt Easy Apply Ended

We have a exciting opportunity for a results-focused, articulate and data-driven Editorial/Production Assistant. Based from London, you will work with an International Team on one of our core products. Helping to execute on product vision, you will have a deep understanding of the learning capabilities of our platforms and products and keep abreast of learning and teaching trends.

The successful Editorial/Production Assistant will work to agreed product schedules and maintain visibility throughout the business. You will promote and maintain scheduling and budgeting controls ensuring reliable and real-time business data and transparency whilst managing within project budgets.

Your contribution to the team will include:

  • Conducting internal content management and quality assurance for all stages of the courseware process.
  • Managing developmental costs by working closely within established product specifications and ensuring high quality standards.
  • Tracking project progress during each stage to reach desired go-to-market dates whilst managing timely communication of any risks to internal stakeholders.
  • Effective coaching and management of external vendors to produce courses that are aligned to the overall business vision and strategy. This will include training and support for content development within our platforms.
  • Sharing feedback and specifications for platform needs related to courseware and participating in business acceptance testing.
  • Contributing to digital optimisation efforts by embracing new technologies and establishing and improving processes for working with them.

What you’ll need to be successful:

  • Understanding of working in a publishing, education, technology or other relevant industry with a focus on content development and/or instructional design.
  • Technical experience on platforms and in content development/production would be preferable.
  • The ability to manage multiple, competing projects across a variety of market sectors.
  • The willingness to acquire and analyse market knowledge and insight.

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

Required skills

  • Academic Publishing
  • Technology
  • Platform Development
  • Editing Software
  • Online Content

Reference: 34681043

Bank or payment details should not be provided when applying for a job. reed.co.uk is not responsible for any external website content. All applications should be made via the 'Apply now' button.

Report this job