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Publishing Assistant Apprentice

LDN Apprenticeships
SN8 2AG, Marlborough
Closing date
16 Jun 2022

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Creative / Design
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Role Type
Apprenticeship, Advanced
Start Date
12-18 months
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Publishing Assistant Apprentice at Adam Matthew Digital



Adam Matthew Digital is a publisher of primary sources for teaching and research in the social sciences and the humanities. They work with libraries and archives around the world to license, digitise and then publish collections of primary sources that will then be accessed online by students and researchers around the world to support their learning and teaching in subjects such as history, literature, theatre, politics, cultural studies, politics and international relations.

They are now looking for a Publishing Assistant Apprentice to join their team!


Key Responsibilities

  • Quality check digital primary source images, audiovisual material, XML metadata and transcriptions
  • Organise and create metadata for archival collections; including cataloging/indexing manuscripts, visual and printed primary sources
  • Liaise with technical partners and suppliers to provide feedback on outsourced work and communicate issues to the project manager
  • Research, write and proof editorial content for projects; including for example thematic guides, collection guides, chronologies and biographies
  • Run technical processes for generating OCR (optical character recognition) and XML
  • Test the accuracy and user experience of digital resources and provide feedback
  • Represent AMD in a positive and professional manner to external parties, including suppliers, consultant editors and members of the scholarly community

Additional duties:

  • Visit archives to assist with the count and assessment of material for inclusion in projects
  • Attend and report on conferences, to keep department up to date with current scholarships and liaise with members of the academic community
  • Conduct research on current trends in digital scholarship
  • Contribute to Company’s social media objectives including producing blogs


Entry Requirements

You’ll need to attend an online Zoom screening interview with our Talent Team (don’t worry, we’re a friendly bunch!) and pass initial assessments in Maths and English.


Skills Required

  • Organisational skills and ability to manage tasks independently to deadlines
  • Oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to analyse and resolve problems
  • Ability to learn new tasks and processes quickly
  • Excellent attention to detail and accuracy
  • Some knowledge in MS Excel
  • Interpersonal skills to build relationships with in-house staff and external partners
  • Interested to find out how undergraduate/degree-level students learn and how academics research
  • An interest in creating resources that help other people learn and research
  • Intrigued by subjects such as history, literature, sociology, theatre studies, culture and politics.


At LDN Apprenticeships, we believe that young people are remarkable and that they have the potential to help businesses achieve remarkable things.

We’re here to help you start a career you will love. From our awesome Career Kickstarter events, to our brilliant digital apprenticeship programmes and our community of hundreds of ambitious apprentices – everything we do is designed to help you succeed.

9 out of 10 of our apprentices end up in full-time work or going to university once they’ve completed their apprenticeship. Many receive great pay rises during and after their apprenticeship and all take a huge step towards a brighter future and a brilliant, fulfilling career.

We believe that hiring young people based on a CV is wrong. Instead, we focus on helping people to harness their #EEWAP, and we structure our recruitment process around face to face interactions and a personal touch. We are passionate about breaking the norm and challenging how organisations recruit their future champions.

So what does #EEWAP mean?

E – Energy

E – Enthusiasm

W – Willingness to Learn

A – Ability to take Feedback

P – Propensity to take Action

If you think you’ve got #EEWAP, we think you’d make the perfect LDN Apprentice!

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