The Editorial Administrator supports Editorial by overseeing essential reporting and administrative operations across the department. The EA position fills an integral role within the Editorial team, ensuring that necessary day-to-day administrative operations run smoothly, acting as the chief data manager for the many tasks involved in the publication process. Primary responsibilities are executing data-driven duties to support editorial staff, including: maintaining bibliography updates; navigating contract workflow; content processing; and check requisitioning. The EA may also assist senior editorial staff in content-related projects, helping with bibliography research and content curation.
Key Responsibilities & Duties:
- Maintaining bibliographies according to bib update process.
- Preparing meeting notes; other clerical and administrative work as assigned.
- Contract processing (license tracking) and check requisitioning.
- Sourcing and checking in content.
- Liaising with other in-house teams/production staff to monitor content publishing schedules.
- Updating collection pages for product launches or content releases; assisting in writing up highlights for sales.
- Assessing content and make recommendations to senior editorial staff.
- Assisting in research subject-matter content catalogs/archives.
- Building clips and playlists of key audio/video content when market demand as interpreted by senior editorial management indicates.
- Conducting QA of ASP collections, bug tracking.
- Assisting with sales/customer service inquiries.
- Maintaining open communication among senior editors and other key stakeholders within the company.
Required Skills and Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
- Strong analytical skills, ability to work with statistics or large datasets
- Highly organized and detail-oriented
- Ability to independently, multi-task and manage conflicting priorities
- Ability to work in fast-paced, open office setting
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Full proficiency in Microsoft Office, particularly Excel
- Legal right to work in the United States