UCL

Communications & Publishing Manager (BB-6D329)

Found in: Neuvoo UK

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Duties and Responsibilities

The Bartlett School of Architecture is one of the most influential, exciting and innovative architecture schools in the world, setting the agenda for what architecture is and could be. We are consistently ranked among the top places to study and research architecture in the world and have been voted best architecture school by the Architects’ Journal AJ100 for seventeen consecutive years. The Bartlett was ranked 1st in the UK and second worldwide in the 2021 QS World University Rankings for Architecture and Built Environment subjects.We are now seeking to appoint a Communications and Publishing Manager to work closely with the School’s Director of Communications to manage the school’s publishing activity at a strategic and operational level. Working alongside the Communications and Marketing Manager, the role also plays a key part in general communications activity within the school throughout the year.The post-holder will lead on digital and print publishing project management, dissemination and editorial style and will take responsibility for upholding a culture of highly professional and effective publishing and design. They will also promote the benefits of good communication to senior academic administrative staff, shape and promote student content and lead on specific external-facing communications and events.
Key Requirements
The successful candidate will have experience of working in a communications and/or publishing role or be educated to first degree level in a relevant subject. They must have experience of project planning and delivery across the entire publication process with a track record of meeting deadlines and targets and the confidence to work under minimal supervision.They will also have the ability to develop and deliver editorial services to support the production of digital or print publications, with prior experience of working on highly illustrated projects and the ability to interpret data on the reach of publications in support of publication strategy and planning.They should be proactively committed to providing high levels of service with excellent written and oral communication skills and the confidence to work collaboratively with a range of internal and external stakeholders at all levels of the organisation.

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