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The Source jobs board: Penguin Ventures/Ladybird Licensing

Penguin Ventures has a new opportunity for a senior commissioning editor to join the Ladybird licensing team within the Penguin Random House Children’s division, working on preschool licensed publishing.

Reporting to the editorial director, the successful candidate will be working with licensors, agents and freelancers externally, as well as editorial, design, production, sales and marketing colleagues internally in a fast-paced and vibrant environment.

As such, they must be flexible, pro-active and motivated, and be able to use their own initiative in handling competing priorities.

They can expect to be working across 30 titles a year, commissioning within the remits of the acquired brands.

For full details on the role – and to apply – simply click on this link.

If you are interested in using to help you recruit for a position, email Rob Willis for details.

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