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Job purpose:

Email/Web Marketing Assistant is responsible for creating, testing, scheduling, sending, and analyzing various email campaigns and newsletters for the journals department. This role reports to the Executive Editor, Journals and will work directly with editors, authors and necessary internal staff. Coordinates with Marketing Department to determine existing appropriate recipient lists as well as gather information on target audience. Supports journals staff as needed, including additional ad hoc responsibilities.


Duties and responsibilities:

  • Utilize web-based promotional system to create new email designs and use existing templates for electronic Table of Contents Alerts, Calls for Papers, Newsletters, Announcements etc.
  • Insert, edit, or create graphics as needed for promotional material
  • Monitor delivery of scheduled emails and ensure all projects are completed on time
  • Ensure updated and accurate target lists are used for each communication effort
  • Send follow-up reports and analytics to Executive Editor, Journals
  • Work with the Production Manager to develop schedule for TOC alerts



  • MUST have experience and knowledge of HTML coding and standards; experience working within academic/STEM publishing environment a plus
  • Detail-oriented, extremely organized, superior project management skills, with advanced writing and oral communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects at once, meet deadlines, and effective time management
  • Self-motivated, hard-worker, and effective team-player and resourceful enough to work independently
  • Excellent overall computer skills needed


Physical requirements:

This position requires two days a week in our NYC office. This is a part-time temporary position.


We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or disability.


Posted 8/29/17