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Careers

Join our Team 

We are always looking for talented people, passionate about books and publishing. Simon & Schuster UK is one of the county’s leading publishers, with a diverse range of bestselling and award-winning fiction, non-fiction and children's books across all printed, electronic and audio formats. Simon & Schuster's UK office is based in Central London and our sister offices are in the United States, Canada, Australia and India.  

 

Benefits 

We believe that a good working environment, continuous learning and a healthy work-life balance are keys to success. As an employee at Simon & Schuster, you will have 25 days of paid holiday yearly, as well as UK bank holidays and 3 days off for Christmas. To promote the wellbeing of our employees we offer a range of competitive benefits. That includes fresh fruit deliveries to the office, weekly yoga classes and monthly massage sessions. You will also get: 

 
· Company sick pay  
· Income protection cover 
· Life assurance 
· Pension scheme 
· Season ticket loans 
· Eye care vouchers 
· Childcare vouchers 
· Cycle to Work scheme 

·  Training opportunities 

 

Plus, you will be able to enjoy several corporate discounts – and of course, our books! 

 

Current vacancies  
We hire positions across all areas of the business including editorial, marketing, publicity, sales, finance and operations. Find our current openings here, and follow us on LinkedIn to stay up to date on our business and new opportunities.  

 

Equal Opportunities 

Simon & Schuster UK is an equal opportunities employer committed to the goal of building a culturally diverse workforce. We welcome applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. 

 
Location 
Our office is located in Central London on 222 Gray's Inn Road, close to three major Underground stations – Chancery Lane, Russell Square and Kings Cross St Pancras.