We believe in empowering our teams, so it’s important to us that we recruit skilled people who share our belief that every book matters. We take pride in having a team-orientated, non-hierarchical culture.
We encourage curiosity – to challenge and reinvent the art of publishing we need to be open to new ideas. We must be entrepreneurial in our mindset, daring to pursue new opportunities and having the tenacity to see them through.
We welcome independent minds and unique perspectives – we look for people who are passionate, empathetic and aware. In return, we promise to build an authentic culture that embraces inclusivity and creates a positive environment where everybody can thrive.
If this appeals to you take a look at our latest opportunities at the bottom of the page.
Please note that we do not accept CVs. Instead, we ask candidates to complete an application form to help us to recruit inclusively. If you have any questions about our recruitment process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Bonnier Books UK, we believe that every book matters. As the only major publisher with a strong presence in mass-market and trade, we are unique in publishing for everyone. To be successful in this, we need a workforce that reflects the diversity of our audience.
We are committed to building an inclusive working environment, where individuality is celebrated. Every one of us is unique and we take pride in that. It is important to us that we continue to build a culture where everybody has a voice, so that different perspectives can flourish. In early 2021, we pledged to accelerate the evolution of our business, operations and publishing lists to ensure that our workforce and the books we publish are better representative of UK society. We set out a comprehensive programme of tangible, concrete actions which will enable us to achieve this positive change in our 2021 Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan, which can be read here.
Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or disability.