Publicity Manager

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New York University Press is seeking a highly motivated, energetic, and creative Publicity Manager. Reporting to the Sales and Marketing Director, this position will be responsible for handling the Press's lead titles each season and for developing the strategic vision and direction of all traditional and digital publicity efforts on a title-by-title basis. This position is based in New York City with a flexible work-from-home schedule. Occasional travel is required. Primary Responsibilities Independently develop and execute publicity efforts for key general-interest titles as well as selected specialized, academic titles. Strategically create publicity campaigns that drive sales, including the creation of press materials, active pitching to reviewers and off-the-book page editors, events, and more. Develop and maintain close working relationships with booksellers and members of the press (broadcast, radio/podcasts, print/digital, trades, etc. with a particular emphasis on outlets that cover academic non-fiction), seeking out new media outlets, and brainstorming creative ideas on how to best publicize titles. Write compelling press releases, pitch letters, and other promotional materials as necessary. Work effectively with internal partners in other departments to coordinate media and events for maximum impact to realize the full potential of each author and book. Supervise Publicity Associate, student workers, and freelancers Please apply if you meet the following minimum requirements: 4-year college degree or equivalent work experience Minimum of 3 - 4 years of publicity experience in book publishing or professional public relations; knowledge of academic publishing a plus Strong knowledge of national and regional media, preferably in the serious non-fiction space. Interest in and passion for serious non-fiction and mission-based publishing Ability to manage and prioritize multiple assignments in a fast-paced environment Knowledge of the media, marketplace, and competition Previous staff management experience. Strong working knowledge of the relationship between Publicity, Marketing, and Sales. Excellent written and oral skills, ease with public speaking, and dynamic presentation skills Self-starter mentality
New York University Press is seeking a highly motivated, energetic, and creative Publicity Manager. Reporting to the Sales and Marketing Director, this position will be responsible for handling the Press's lead titles each season and for developing the strategic vision and direction of all traditional and digital publicity efforts on a title-by-title basis. This position is based in New York City with a flexible work-from-home schedule. Occasional travel is required. Primary Responsibilities Independently develop and execute publicity efforts for key general-interest titles as well as selected specialized, academic titles. Strategically create publicity campaigns that drive sales, including the creation of press materials, active pitching to reviewers and off-the-book page editors, events, and more. Develop and maintain close working relationships with booksellers and members of the press (broadcast, radio/podcasts, print/digital, trades, etc. with a particular emphasis on outlets that cover academic non-fiction), seeking out new media outlets, and brainstorming creative ideas on how to best publicize titles. Write compelling press releases, pitch letters, and other promotional materials as necessary. Work effectively with internal partners in other departments to coordinate media and events for maximum impact to realize the full potential of each author and book. Supervise Publicity Associate, student workers, and freelancers Please apply if you meet the following minimum requirements: 4-year college degree or equivalent work experience Minimum of 3 - 4 years of publicity experience in book publishing or professional public relations; knowledge of academic publishing a plus Strong knowledge of national and regional media, preferably in the serious non-fiction space. Interest in and passion for serious non-fiction and mission-based publishing Ability to manage and prioritize multiple assignments in a fast-paced environment Knowledge of the media, marketplace, and competition Previous staff management experience. Strong working knowledge of the relationship between Publicity, Marketing, and Sales. Excellent written and oral skills, ease with public speaking, and dynamic presentation skills Self-starter mentality
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