You will be required to work on projects within the Schools unit, managing the content development and editing of multi-component, multi-level courses. You will work as part of a closely-knit project team of authors, editors, marketers, designers and production personnel and may be required to work on a range of products for different markets and age-groups.
Candidates should have a minimum of two years' experience working in ELT publishing and experience of teaching English as a foreign language.
Candidates must show a sound understanding of what makes good classroom material, have excellent communication, organisation and people skills as well as a high degree of self-reliance.
A degree and a recognised ELT qualification are essential, and a higher ELT qualification equivalent to the DELTA or Trinity Diploma is desirable.