Vacancies at Omnia – Amsterdam Publisher
Omnia – Amsterdam Publisher offers opportunities to volunteers or non-paid interns to extend its activities in the areas of:
- Assessment of manuscripts
- Contacts with authors
- Editing and proofreading of manuscript
- Design of publications
- Preparing editions for publishing
- Marketing and promotion of authors, publications and the publisher
- Distribution of publications
Who are we?
Omnia – Amsterdam Publisher is a small a non-profit publisher in the field of philosophy, religion and literature. Omnia – Amsterdam Publisher has as objective:
“Deepening and widening the look on our life through publications on the interfaces between literature, philosophy and religion.
We strive to make the world a better place for everyone.
Through our books we wish to contribute to peace and happiness”.
Omnia – Amsterdam Publisher publishes its books under the Creative Commons License. The publisher releases its titles (in English and in Dutch) as e-books in PDF-format on its website. The titles can be read and downloaded free of charge – with a suggestion for a donation of € 20.00 to a charity of the reader’s choice.
What will you do?
Depending on your interests, experience and capabilities, you will develop independently – or under supervision – one or more activities within the publisher. The allocation of the activities within the team will be determined in consultation with the founder/owner.
Interns are given the opportunity to get acquainted with the many aspects of book publishing. You will contribute to the releases of the publisher.
Who are you?
Preferably you have experience in one or more disciplines of book publishing. In addition, you wish to contribute to the editing, design, promotion and/or distribution of books that focus on the interface between philosophy, literature and religion.
You know how to work to deadlines, you are critical and you have a good sense of humour.
What do we offer?
Omnia - Amsterdam Publisher offers an inspiring work environment with a pioneering spirit wherein – depending on your experience – you can create, produce, promote and/or distribute publications with a large degree of freedom.
As non-paid intern, Omnia – Amsterdam Publisher will give you (as volunteer) up to date knowledge and experience of the various aspects of book publishing.
For further information you may contact Jan van Leent via Jan.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested candidates are invited to send their application and curriculum vitae by e-mail to: email@example.com