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Graduate Job Graduate Editors (Science / Maths)

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: CGP Books
Reference: CGP01
Salary: Competitive  

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Plenty upstairs...

            ...but not sure what to do with it?

CGP has quickly grown to become one of the most successful educational publishers in the country.

We’ve got loads of exciting plans to develop our range of books and digital products and we need to expand our team of top graduates to make them happen.

Graduate Editors - Excellent Package

We need talented, bright people to become an essential part of our publishing team.

Whether you’re a brand new graduate (or nearly there) or have some work experience under your belt, we’d love to hear from you.

You’ll need:

  • At least a 2:1 maths or science (physics or chemistry) degree - from a top university
  • A minimum of AAB at A-Level (or a really good reason why not!)
  • The analytical skills to pick out the most important bits of a subject
  • Plenty of flair to get pages looking right and make the subject fun
  • An eye for detail and a sense of pride in your work

A flexible and positive attitude

Not your average publishing company...

  • We aim to put the fun back into work with our unconventional approach 
  • We obsess over finding and challenging the very best people
  • We have a great working environment in the beautiful Lake District

 

Excited?

To apply please make sure your CV includes your A Level and GCSE exam grades. Plus, please include a cracking covering letter and (where applicable) your current salary details, quoting ref. GEGP1012.

Location: North West England

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