Editorial Director - Engineering
McGraw-Hill Education
New York, NY

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The Editorial Director - Engineering will set and execute strategy for the engineering publishing program at McGraw-Hill Professional. This includes management of the editorial team that acquires and develops new products, print and digital, for the global engineering market.

Essential Accountabilities:

Set strategic direction for engineering publishing program that considers market, competition, revenue potential, and business models. Develop new product initiatives, defining opportunities for new business using ongoing market research and analysis.
Analyze and evaluate all proposals for new product development to ensure profitability, strategic importance and timely delivery.
Manage the engineering editorial team and all aspects of existing publishing portfolio, including delivery of approximately 100 revenue products annually.
Collaborate with the AccessEngineering and ebook platform teams, production, marketing, sales, and international subsidiaries as necessary.


Bachelor's Degree
7+ years of relevant experience in technical publishing and business management
Demonstrated ability to conceive, plan, and launch major new product initiatives
Strong analysis, product development, management, communication, and financial skills
Demonstrated successful business negotiation and partner management skills
Demonstrated contract negotiation and implementation skills
Strong project management skills, including the ability to manage collaboration across internal departments product, financial, marketing and operations and supervise external resources
Experience managing business P&Ls

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