- StrategyEye seek two journalist interns.
- Golin is offering numerous paid internship programmes.
- Conde Nast is accepting applications for their media sales graduate scheme.
- Headline Publishing Group has a vacancy for a marketing assistant.
- Penguin has a vacancy for an administrative assistant.
- Penguin Press has a vacancy for a publicity assistant.
- HarperCollins has a vacancy for an editorial assistant (deadline today).
Opportunity of the week...
Lucas Alexander Whitley Ltd is offering a 3 – 6 month internship to a graduate interested in pursuing a career in publishing available from 1 September 2014.
The successful candidate will be based in the offices of agents Julian Alexander and Mark Lucas and, as such, should display an interest in the authors they represent as well as the broad range of the agency’s business and client base. The intern will be expected to help with everything from rights, royalties and contracts, to marketing and social media, submissions and general office admin. We are a small company, so he/she will have the opportunity to gain an in-depth insight into the role of a literary agent and become an integral part of our team. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, efficiency and a commitment to hard work are essential. The role is a full time one and based at our offices in Olympia. Remuneration is £250 per week net of National Insurance with a pro-rata holiday allowance of 20 days per annum.
Applicants should send a covering letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6pm on 14 August 2014. Applicants must be available for a short interview at our London-based office w/c 18 August 2014.
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