Vacancy: Editor

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Faber Music is seeking an 
Editor
 
Faber Music Ltd was founded in 1965, as a sister company to the distinguished book publisher Faber and Faber. More than fifty years on, the company is one of the leading independent British publishers of classical, contemporary, media, and printed pop and educational music. At the core of Faber Music’s print catalogue are tutors, repertoire and educational publications by world-renowned figures in their respective fields.
 
This is a highly creative position working on Faber Music’s wide-ranging commercial printed music publications. Encompassing all aspects of the editorial process, duties include budgeting, editing, proofing and sending to print, as well as working with both freelancers and composers. You will also contribute to the company’s front list through involvement in project concept and commissioning. 
 
The successful candidate will work mainly on educational music publications but will also be involved with recreational and classical collections and text books. Attention to detail, good organisational skills and a can-do, persuasive attitude are essential, as is an ability to identify and develop commercial new publication ideas. Excellent text editing skills are required as well as a broad knowledge of musical styles. 
 
You will be part of a small and highly professional team within a vibrant, creative office culture based in Bloomsbury, central London. Ideal start date late September.
 
Level: Experienced (non-manager)
Contract: Permanent
Hours: Full Time
Salary: Dependent on experience
Closing date: 12th August 2018
 
To apply, please send a CV and covering email to recruitment@fabermusic.com with ‘Editor’ in the subject line.
 
No agencies please. We will only respond to applicants who are selected for interview. If you do not hear from us within 30 days of the closing date then your initial application has not been successful in progressing to the next stage.
 
In accordance with the Data Protection Act (“DPA”) 1998, and General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) (EU) 2016, your CV and all personal information contained therein or within other correspondence in relation to an application will only be used in relation to the recruitment of the position in question, unless we receive explicit consent from you to keep it on our files for future reference. The personal data of unsuccessful applicants will be deleted at the end of the recruitment process.