Working closely with authors, editors and societies, we help turn great ideas into successful books, journals, databases, digital resource and researcher services.
We build, develop and sustain relationships with a global network of academics and researchers in our areas of expertise. We work to identify new product and partnership opportunities that will contribute to the academic field, as well as to profitable publishing programmes. Intellectual curiosity, coupled with creativity and commercial acumen, and an ability to form trusted partnerships is key to working in editorial whether commissioning new books, managing backlists, developing journals or identifying product lines that our societies and customers need.
We prize brilliant organisation and communication skills, exceptional attention to detail and the ability to stay calm under pressure, with a knack for growing revenue and delivering to time and budget.
Becoming an Editorial Assistant at Taylor & Francis is an exciting and varied role. To give you some real insight into the life of an Editorial Assistant in our business, why not take the Editorial Assistant questionnaire. You’ll find out about the type of work you’ll get involved in and the tasks you’ll be give and how you’d handle them covering a number of scenarios. You’ll need to set aside 30 minutes to complete the questionnaire.
Below are the links and usernames you need for the questionnaire: