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18 October 2017

We’re hiring! The New Statesman is looking for a Subscriptions Assistant

Reporting to the Subscriptions Manager, you will assist with single-issue orders and print and digital subscriptions.

By New Statesman

The New Statesman is looking for an organised, conscientious and enthusiastic person to work in our subscriptions department. Reporting to subscriptions manager Stephen Brasher, you will be responsible for dealing with single-issue orders and print and digital subscriptions, helping to maintain our database and fulfil orders through post and on the internet.

The position is based in London in our offices at Blackfriars, and is a permanent full-time job, with the potential to work across other titles in Progressive Digital Media. The right candidate will be conscientious, organised and used to dealing with customers on email and over the phone.

Experience of subscriptions software is not essential, although you should be familiar with databases and spreadsheets.
 
Starting date as soon as possible. Salary on request.
 
Please send a covering letter and CV to india.bourke @ newstatesman co uk by email, with the subject line “Subscriptions Assistant”.

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