Managing Director: English Language Teaching, Cambridge University Press
About Cambridge University Press
First granted letters patent to print ‘all manner of books’ in 1534 by Henry VIII, and publishing its first book in 1584, Cambridge University Press is the oldest publishing house in the world. Our reputation for publishing at the highest international levels of excellence has been established over four centuries, and has included the publication of groundbreaking scholarly works such as Newton’s Principia Mathematica, Milton’s Lycidas, Ernest Rutherford’s Radioactivity, and Noam Chomsky’s Language and Mind.
As an integral part of the University of Cambridge, the Press shares its parent university’s charitable objectives of advancing knowledge, education, learning and research. Today, it continues to fulfil those purposes through an extensive range of digital publications, as well as in print.
Cambridge University Press’s consolidated turnover is £306mn. The main business streams are academic and professional books, scholarly journals, English language courses and educational textbooks, all of which are published in a variety of digital formats, in addition to printed products. The Press is a world leader in several product areas.
Today, as a global publisher, Cambridge has over 50 offices across the globe, employs over 2,500 people, publishes over 45,000 titles by authors from over 100 countries, and is still growing, bringing thousands of subjects and millions of ideas to the world.
To apply, please send a cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date for applications is Friday 1st June 2018.
Informals meetings will take place during the week commencing 2 July (tbc).
First stage interviews will take place during the week commencing 9 July (tbc).
Formal interviews will take place during the week commencing 16 July (tbc).