Futureproofing the publishing industry


We don’t have a crystal ball.

 

But we do have teams dedicated to understanding our landscape – our retailers, consumers and industry.

 

And to help us do that, we need the right legal advice, HR support and people to keep our lights on (literally).

Our structure


We have a number of teams that work right across the publishing group.

 

From Strategy, Analytics and Corporate Responsibility to HR, Legal and Facilities – we rely on hundreds of different experts, every day.

Not worked in publishing before? That’s fine by us


We have a lot to learn from other industries, whether that’s elsewhere in media, FMCG, retail or tech. New perspectives are often exactly what we’re after.

 

Your role will span the whole business – so whatever job you’re doing here, there will be plenty of variety and collaboration across a range of departments. Working with change and shades of grey, and adapting to these, will also keep your job interesting.

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But what’s it really like?

 

Who better to share with you what a career in one of these areas is like at Penguin Random House than the people doing these jobs?

Telling people about the next big book


Marketing and Publicity is about breaking through the noise.

 

It’s how you get – and keep – people’s attention.

 

It’s also about building audiences and communities for our authors and brands – and keeping them hungry for the next instalment.

Our structure


Each of our Publishers has its own dedicated Marketing and Publicity team.

 

The Digital team amplify campaigns across the group and our Communications team look after our corporate voice, both internally and externally.

Can you keep people coming back for more?


It’s not about a hard-sell – and often, you’ll have to be creative with your budget. It’s about starting conversations with readers and forging loyalty to an author or brand.

 

We don’t mind if you’ve worked with books before, or not. What we look for in this area are creative ideas, digital savvy and the persuasiveness and adaptability to see those ideas through every step of your campaign.

Our blog


But what’s it really like?

 

Who better to share with you what a career in Marketing and Publicity is like at Penguin Random House than the people doing these jobs?

How much time do you spend online?


Digital technology is allowing us to get closer to our readers than we’ve ever been before.

 

And bonding with our consumers online will ensure that this relationship lasts – today, tomorrow and in the future.

Our structure


The Digital team leads our consumer strategy across the business.

 

From Insight and Marketing to Publishing and Digital Development – the team is all about getting close to our readers and bringing our brands to life online.

Do you have creative ambition? Not afraid to experiment?


Whatever your background – whether you’re in marketing or product development – having conviction in your ideas, and the persuasion and practical skill to make them happen, is what we look for.

 

Digital technology has revolutionised how we consume entertainment – not just books, but film, broadcast and music too. If you’ve worked with digital audiences in any of these areas, we’d love to hear from you.

Our blog


But what’s it really like?

 

Who better to share with you what a career in Digital is like at Penguin Random House than the people doing these jobs?

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