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Primary responsibilities include configuring and supporting content management systems to sustain the online publishing environment. Duties include analyzing requirements and improvement requests from end users; writing technical specifications; supporting the development process using internal and external resources; configuring application software, databases and operating systems; writing, testing and deploying code to servers; solving problems and analyzing issues as they arise; and supporting end users—participating in all aspects of the software life cycle. A key function of the role includes translating customer/end user requirements to deliver efficient solutions.
Other responsibilities include developing, maintaining, and improving existing products and applications; crafting technical specifications; and general support for online product development.
This position is responsible for the financial, editorial management and development of SAGE-owned journals in a select discipline or disciplines. The Assistant Editor position is expected to manage a workload of approximately 10-15 titles in Science, Technology, and Medicine, but quantity may vary, and will also provide administrative support for members of the STM Journals Editorial team. This position includes strategic project responsibility to improve our content and support our teams and shared processes.
We are looking for a candidate who is eager to learn about and grow within the academic publishing industry, and is able to quickly pick up new information, think critically and creatively, and engage meaningfully with the daily work.
This position is based remotely, with the option of working in our Thousand Oaks, California office if local.
**Please note that this position does not focus on writing or editing of our content as it primarily supports the business, technical, and administrative aspects of journal publishing.
As an Acquisitions Editor for Criminology and Criminal Justice, you are responsible for filling the pipeline with new content as well as expertly managing your list of active titles. This role lays the foundation for what we build and then market and sell in US College. New approaches and paradigms, author talent recruitment, and consistent updating and revising of core content is the lifeblood of our products and technology platforms. You pull together your knowledge of course markets, the competitive landscape, curricula, instructional design, discipline trends, and the author’s scholarly and creative process to chart a vision and strategy for your discipline that colleagues across US College can understand, support, and champion. You provide leadership at the discipline level, bringing alignment and clarity to our highly collaborative, cross-functional work.
You constantly look to improve your prospecting and list management skills in order to drive better results and root out inefficiency. You back up strategic insights with data analysis and market evidence and then use that knowledge to research, pilot, and implement editorial and market development efforts that drive adoptions and usage.
You work closely with product management, content development editors, product and field marketers, marcomm, and sales to develop and launch our products. An attention to detail and eye for quality are critical to your success, along with an ability to home in on a product’s unique value proposition in a way that clearly articulates how we solve student and instructor problems. You embrace a digital mindset and look for ways to innovate at the nexus of content and technology.
This is a fully remote position.
The General Accounting Manager provides strong oversight and expertise over the period end closing process, general ledger maintenance including chart of accounts management, oversight of the procure-to-pay process, providing timely and accurate audit support, and assisting the needs of business owners with data for analysis and improved financial understanding, all within a highly collaborative environment. The Manager supplies guidance and coaching to developing staff to ensure ongoing effectiveness. The position will diligently maintain strong internal controls and will recommend and implement operational improvements where needed to improve controls and efficiencies.
The Data Governance Lead will support the firm's data governance capabilities for the Data & Analytics organization. D&A is focused on enabling and accelerating the journey to becoming a data-driven organization through the creation of a governed data platform that will drive data insights for all levels of the organization.
As the Data Governance Lead, you will help accelerate the data governance program and drive its adoption across the organization. This individual is a principal in providing counsel and direction for the prioritization of data assets; improvement of data quality and accessibility; workforce education and adoption, as well as functional requirements to promote effective data use with accessible and curated data sources.
The Account Executive calls on Higher Education faculty within a designated geographical territory and conducts sales calls to assist them with matching SAGE content and technology products to their course requirements. Key responsibilities include conducting well-structured consultative sales calls, demonstrating technology, establishing relationships with faculty members/bookstore/IT personnel, being able to manage and systematically work a large territory as well as maintain our sales database (MSCRM), which ultimately results in successful adoption of SAGE content and technology products. This position is based out of Buffalo, NY; must be able to travel overnight during peak selling seasons.
The Business Data Analyst will support the US College division by developing, delivering, and maintaining analytics and reporting solutions that transform data into actionable insight, modernize the way we work with data, and elevate data culture and data driven communication throughout the organization.
The role will use a variety of tools and databases to drive strategic data-informed decisions; acquire, prepare, and analyze data as they develop, maintain, and manage reports. They will manage and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously with strategic business initiative alignment as the north star. The Business Data Analyst will regularly participate in team-based projects that require the ability to produce results and thrive in a collaborative blend of technical and business environments.
This position will manage development resources across multiple publishing solutions, coordinating workloads and manage the utilisation of egineering resources, much of which are external vendors. This includes being responsible for managing and coordinating the technical solutions, resources, and processes to deliver software, leading continuous improvement, and implementing and contributing to the SAGE Technology strategy.
This position also entails performing senior developer tasks such as building and maintaining publishing solutions that are used to fulfill business objectives. This includes developing systems and functions such as: content delivery web sites, content loading, access control, reporting, analytics and other publishing related tools and controls.
This position requires a hands-on manager who will be working as part of the Agile Scrum team spending 80% of the time working alongside other engineers on the team performing software engineering related tasks and 20% on management responsibilities.
The SAGE Editorial Internship offers current college and graduate students the opportunity to learn more about the academic publishing industry while developing the skills needed to succeed in editorial and marketing positions.
The role will allow someone to gain hands-on experience and learn about general academic publishing. They will engage in work pertaining to textbooks and digital educational products that is project-based, multi-faceted, fast-paced, intellectually exciting, and above all, collaborative. Interns assist, maintain, and help drive a range of editorial and marketing activities.
The role is best suited to self-starters who are curious, organized, take initiative, ask questions, share feedback, participate in meetings, and are passionate about higher education and the power and impact of social science research.
This internship is paid, part-time (15-25 hours per week) position for the fall 2022 academic semester with the possibility of extending into the spring and/or future semesters based on performance and continued interest. Interns may work remotely or from one of our two main offices in Washington, DC, or Thousand Oaks, CA.
The developmental editor handles various Library Editorial content and projects, including digital-only products, such as cases or skill modules, and print products, such as encyclopedias and reference guides, from the time they are handed over from Acquisitions until they are transmitted to Production, and ensures the quality of content.