Summer Intern, Academic and Trade Editorial

  • Oxford University Press
  • New York, NY, USA
  • Jan 26, 2020
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Job Description

Oxford University Press

Business Services

Posted: January 24, 2020
New York City, NY, USA

The Academic and Trade division is currently accepting applications for an Editorial Intern for the Oxford University Press Summer Internship Program. The Intern will assist the classics, ancient history, and archaeology lists with administrative tasks and research. At the conclusion of the internship, the Intern can expect to be familiar with the tasks and responsibilities of the editorial side of academic publishing, as well as a broader knowledge of the publishing process at OUP.


• Provide administrative assistance (e.g., create files, process mailings)

• Process gratis and payment requests

• Submit nominations for awards and prizes • Research possible reviewers and blurbers

• Assist with preparation of budgets and proposals for presentation to OUP’s editorial board

• Perform art and competition research


• Applicant must be enrolled in a degree program with at least one year of schooling completed or graduated from a degree program in the past year

• Fantastic communication and research skills are required.

• Candidate should be highly organized and comfortable juggling and prioritizing multiple assignments at once.

• Careful attention to detail is a plus.

• A demonstrated interest in publishing is preferred.

• Extensive familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite is required.

Applicants can submit a resume and cover letter via our online application process. Intern positions remain posted until they are filled.

We are committed to supporting diversity in our workforce and ensuring an inclusive environment where all individuals can thrive. We seek to employ a workforce representative of the markets that we serve and encourage applications from all.

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