Director of Marketing

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Director of Marketing

Following many decades of distinctive publishing and accomplishments, Princeton University Press (PUP) is entering a new era of innovation and experimentation and seeks a creative, collaborative, and like-minded leader to serve as Director of Marketing. With offices in Princeton, Oxford, and Beijing, the Director will ensure that PUP’s readership continues to grow both nationally and internationally through bespoke campaigns that effectively intertwine and execute best practices in data-informed marketing, publicity, and sales.

The Director of Marketing will report to Press Director Christie Henry and will serve as a key member of her leadership team. Overseeing marketing, sales, and publicity, the Director of Marketing will manage an experienced and dedicated team of 35 with a collective passion for sharing PUP’s diverse portfolio of books with engaged readers across the world. The Director will work closely and collegially with Princeton’s stellar, global editorial staff as well as colleagues across the Press to develop even stronger and more creative approaches to marketing the Press’s works across multiple platforms and audiences. The Marketing Director will help ensure that PUP continues to thrive in today’s dynamic publishing world.

The Director will be an experienced, strategic leader who is deeply engaged in national and global conversations about the rapidly changing publishing landscape. The Director might come from the worlds of university or trade publishing, or from adjacent fields, as long as they have the requisite understanding of and passion for serving an educated and diverse readership.

Please send nominations, applications, and queries in confidence and electronically to:

Sue May, Partner

Alyssa Perez, Associate

Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates, LP

PUPMarketing@storbecksearch.com

Princeton University Press is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.