The Book Publications Manager will be a dynamic leader on the Editorial and Publications team, actively managing the production of book and other printed projects. He or she will work closely with the editorial director to ensure that all projects are sent to press at a high standard of quality and on time.
The publications manager must be a self-starter, deadline-driven, and detail-oriented. He or she must demonstrate organizational skills and have the ability to coordinate multiple projects at a time and interface with authors, other editors, and designers. He or she will also be responsible for working with printers to ensure the best quality and price for new and reprint book products. The publications manager must be experienced in diplomatically dealing with authors, editors, and designers to create the best possible product.
The publications manager will be required to work full time in the Provo, Utah offices of The Generations Network, Inc."
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Location Ottawa, Ontario, Canada — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
a pivotal role in Canada for The Generation Network. The key candidate will be responsible for identifying and obtaining rights to significant genealogical collections from private and public institutions in Canada. This position will report to the Regional Content Manager at company headquarters in Provo, Utah.
La version française sera bientôt disponible
Ancestry.ca - Drouin Collection: "With cooperation and support from experts at the University of Montreal, Ancestry is in the process of indexing the collection.
Currently, all of the images are accessible by browsing through time periods and locations. Ancestry will post the index and provide a French interface for improved searching as soon as they become available"