AUC Press Job Announcements

 

Intern for the Royalties Department


The trainee will assist the royalties manager in developing a spreadsheet for royalty reports and a database of author contacts, deal with FedEx to deliver checks and correspondence, file royalty reports and invoices related to book production, and assist with author inquiries, sales tasks, mailing lists, and more.


Application Procedure



Applications are being sought immediately and should include:



1. A letter addressed to the Director of the AUC Press, Dr. Nigel Fletcher-Jones, describing any special talents, experiences, or interests that would help to contribute creatively and effectively to the work of publishing and bookselling.

2. A résumé (C.V.) indicating the applicant’s educational background and special skills, as well as references or recommendations concerning the applicant’s qualifications. 
 



A stipend of LE 2,000 per month is paid to the selected intern.

The selected intern will follow the full-time administrative schedule of the University with time off for national holidays and 10 personal days.
 
Applications by e-mail only: ptp@aucegypt.edu

No personal visits or telephone calls.

 


 

Intern for AUC 100th Anniversary Book


AUC Press is looking for an intern to assist with research and other preparations for the book to be published on the occasion of AUC’s 100th Anniversary in 2019. The work will take place in the University Archives in AUC’s Library on its New Cairo campus on a day-to-day basis from May through December 2018. The work will include research in document, photograph, and online collections, work with oral history interviews, and some possible writing.



The successful candidate will be fluent in written and spoken English, and have an interest in history; related experience like work in a library is a plus. 
 



Application Procedure

Applications are being sought immediately and should include:



1. A letter addressed to the Director of the AUC Press, Dr. Nigel Fletcher-Jones, describing any special talents, experiences, or interests that would help to contribute creatively and effectively to the work of publishing and bookselling.

2. A résumé (C.V.) indicating the applicant’s educational background and special skills, as well as references or recommendations concerning the applicant’s qualifications.


A stipend of LE 2,000 per month is paid to the selected intern.

The selected intern will follow the full-time administrative schedule of the University with time off for national holidays and 10 personal days.
 Applications by e-mail only: ptp@aucegypt.edu

No personal visits or telephone calls.

 


 

Intern for Egyptology publications


AUC Press is looking for an intern to work with the Director of AUC Press and help develop the Press's Egyptology publications list on a day-to-day basis from January - June 2018.

The successful candidate will be fluent in written and spoken English, and will, preferably, have some background in Egyptology or archaeology.


Application Procedure

Applications should be received no later than 20 December 2017 and should include:

1. A letter addressed to the Director of the AUC Press, Dr. Nigel Fletcher-Jones, describing any special talents, experiences, or interests that would help to contribute creatively and effectively to the work of publishing and bookselling.

2. A résumé (C.V.) indicating the applicant’s educational background and special skills, as well as references or recommendations concerning the applicant’s qualifications.


A stipend of LE 2,000 per month is paid to the selected intern.

The selected intern will follow the full-time administrative schedule of the University with time off for national holidays and 10 personal days. Applications by e-mail only: ptp@aucegypt.edu

No personal visits or telephone calls.

 

May 2018

 

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