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A day in the life of the Oxford University Press Children's Team

A day in the life of the Oxford University Press Children’s Team

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The Children’s team at Oxford University Press creates a wealth of wonderful books for children, from fiction and picture books to dictionaries and home learning resources, laying the foundation for a life-long love of reading. If you’ve ever wondered what it is like to be part of this team, this selection of fantastic videos is perfect for you.

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Marketing Campaign Coordinator
What's it like to work in children's publishing, in a marketing role? Imogen Plumridge speaks about what the job involves and what she loves about it.

Children’s Dictionary Publisher
What's it like to work in children's publishing, as the Publisher for Children's Dictionaries? Sam Armstrong talks about what her job involves and why she loves it.

Head of Children’s publishing
What's it like to work in children's publishing, as the Head of Children's Publishing team? Liz Cross talks about what her job involves and why she loves it!

Design Director
What's it like to be the Design Director in a big publishing house? Kate Kunac-Tabinor shares her day, what she loves about her work and gives top tips on how to get a job in publishing design.

Senior Marketing Manager
What's it like to work in children's publishing, in a senior marketing role? Fraser Hutchinson speaks about what his job involves and tips to help you get into publishing.

Marketing Intern
What's it like to work in children's publishing, in a marketing internship? A recent intern, Laura, talks about what the job involves and explains what the benefits of the internship are.

Senior Account Manager
What's it like to be an Account Manager in a big publishing house? Matt Ager shares his day, what he does and gives top tips on how to get a job in publishing.

Campaign Manager
What's it like to work in children's publishing, in a marketing role? Jenny Kirby speaks about what the job involves and what she loves about it.

To find out more about working at Oxford University Press please go to their website.

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