Edinburgh University Press is Scotland's most successful publisher of academic books and journals. With a global authorship and global client base this is one of Edinburgh's hidden gems which is set for further growth in the coming years.

The organisation is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Edinburgh but is a separate and commercially focused legal entity with its own management structure, commercial agenda and mission statement.

EUP have had a record year of sales generated from print books, ebooks, journals and rights and permissions. As a business we have strong growth projections in place and are well placed to meet these objectives with the strong team we have in place.

You will be a crucial part of this team. We have an open, fair and honest culture that is under-pinned by hard-work, fun and the freedom to make your mark. This is a fantastic time in the growth of this business.

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The Edinburgh University Press is a unique organisation in that it bucks the trend of print publishing by consistently recording and planning for sustainable growth.

With a top-class team, strong world-wide reputation, global authorship and world-wide sales the future is very bright.

This is ideal for someone with a knack for systems development, a keen eye for business improvement projects and who wishes to play an active role in bottom and top line growth.

- Paul Buchan, Eden Scott

Edinburgh University Press

As the editor of the journal Modernist Cultures, I have worked closely with colleagues at EUP for close to a decade and I’ve always found them to be hugely helpful. The production process works smoothly, the published hard copy journals look great, and the annual meetings provide me with all the information I need.
- Professor Andrzej Gasiorek, editor of Modernist Cultures

I have 25 years’ experience of publishing the scholarly journal Romanticism with Edinburgh University Press. Over those 25 years EUP has been thoroughly professional and helpful in all aspects of production, and all colleagues at the Press are a pleasure to work with. 

- Nicholas Roe, editor of Romanticism