- Strong working knowledge of Adobe Acrobat on a Mac platform is required.
- Strong working knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud on a Mac platform is required.
- Preferred education - an undergraduate degree in graphic design or a closely related field.
- Excellent organization skills with the ability to multitask and efficiently track multiple projects in multiple stages of progress at one time.
- Ability to communicate, both verbally and in writing, effectively with internal and external partners.
- Ability to work well both independently and with others and to synthesize feedback.
- An affinity and agility for working heavily in databases and report-writing.
- Process-oriented, analytical problem-solver who enjoys making systems run efficiently.
- While the Princeton, NJ office is currently closed due to the pandemic, once the office reopens interested candidates need be able to work from the Press’s NJ office.
PUP is a strong advocate for greater diversity, equity, and inclusion in the university press community. Individuals who are members of groups underrepresented in academic publishing (which is, according to research by Lee & Low, historically a majority white, straight, cisgender, and nondisabled industry) are encouraged to apply. The Press provides a comprehensive and affordable benefits package and is located in a historic building on Princeton University’s campus that is walking distance from downtown Princeton with easy car access to Route 1 and walking distance from the Princeton train station.
Base Salary: $45,000/year plus comprehensive benefits package. Starting salary may be negotiable based on relevant skills and prior experience.
Application Instructions: Submit cover letter* and resume at PUP’s application website at the direct apply URL listed below.
*Please include in your cover letter salary requirements and a description of what you are currently reading and what’s on your “to read” list.
Due to application volume, only finalists will be contacted. For more information on Princeton University Press, visit http://press.princeton.edu/.