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Deputy Director, Innovation and Support

Date Posted:
15 May 2019
Advertising End Date:
30 May 2019
Vacancy Type:
Job Description

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced and capable project manager to join a leading international education not-for-profit organisation and publisher in Cambridge. This is a great opportunity for someone with proven leadership skills and experience of international educational publishing to work on market leading products. 

Key duties:

  • Closely monitor and interpret trends in curriculum support, translating them into viable commercial products
  • Lead on business cases for new digital products and services
  • Take responsibility for services and products developed by your team, helping to drive them forward and monitor the commercial performance of services
  • Work closely with internal stakeholders in other areas to build on and improve the existing portfolio of offerings, including User Experience, Trials and Design teams
  • Gain insight into the market by working closely with regional teams and talking to customers

Experience / skills required:

  • Experience in educational publishing and product development
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Commercial acumen
  • A good understanding of developments in international assessment
  • Excellent project management experience, including a track record of moving developments to live product

For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to stephaniehall@atwoodtate.co.uk

Contact:             Stephanie Hall

Tel:                    0203 574 4422

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