Pearson Editorial Services Administrator in St. Paul, Minnesota
Editorial Services Administrator - ( 2107748 )
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The Editorial Administrator role is a great entry into the Educational Publishing industry. It is a diverse role with responsibilities across many functional areas, internally and externally. In this role you will work closely with Content Strategists, Product Managers, Authors, Sales & Marketing, Production Managers, and a variety of other functional areas. Your responsibilities and contributions will span the entire product lifecycle from idea to the release of best-selling learning resources.
Work closely with Content Strategists throughout the publishing cycle from market research to publication.
Work closely with Content Strategist and Product Managers to create and monitor accurate product setup in a variety of systems.
Help maintain product data in internal systems
Develop understanding of interrelationships between systems to catch data issues prior to occurring.
Submit reprint corrections
Request ISBNs for new products
Assist with market research projects including creating and deploying surveys, coordinating focus groups, and peforming first-level analysis.
Maintain an accurate database of peer reviewers, market reviewers, and author and freelance workers such as developmental editors and technical editors.
Assist with setting up contracted workers and vendors to help facilitate contract set up and payment
Assist with set up of author contracts for distribution and set up in royalties systems to insure accurate royalty information is reflected. Assis with royalty issues and investigations.
Pearson is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer and a member of E-Verify. All qualified applicants, including minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Candidate will be comfortable with technology, particularly the Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PPT), and be able to learn new systems quickly.
Candidate will have strong communication skills, written, oral, and presentional.
Candidate will be able to interact professionally with customers authors, reviewers, and cross-functional team members.
Candidate will meet deadlines consistently, have strong project management skills, and work well both on a team and independently.
Bachelor's or Associate's degree is preferred
Primary Location : US-RE-Remote
Other Locations : US-Massachusetts, US-Ohio, US-NJ-Hoboken
Work Locations :
Job : Publishing
Organization : Global Product
Employee Status : Regular Employee
Job Type : Standard
Job Level : Individual Contributor
Shift : Day Job
Travel : Yes, 25 % of the Time
Job Posting : Jun 9, 2021
Job Unposting : Ongoing
Schedule: : Full-time Regular
Req ID: 2107748
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