Harlequin UK Ltd run a Work Experience Placement Scheme. We offer placements within the UK Editorial, Editorial Acquisition, Editorial Managing Editors, HR, Finance, Retail and Marketing departments.
The scheme is open to anyone who has a genuine interest in publishing, especially women’s fiction. For students, undergraduates and graduates – we can tailor your placement to work around your course. And we will pay towards lunch and travel expenses.
This is a real opportunity to gain a good working knowledge of many aspects of the publishing process and to gain valuable experience towards finding a permanent position in publishing.
For more information, please send your CV and a covering letter why you would like to join our scheme to Andrea Grice at email@example.com .
There are currently no specific vacancies at Harlequin UK Ltd. However, we are always interested in hearing from talented and enthusiastic individuals with skills and experience from all levels of publishing. Whether you are interested in joining the Marketing, Finance, Production, Editorial or Graphic Design teams, then please just send in your CV and covering letter to the address below.
If you would like to apply for a specific position listed on this site please contact our Human Resources Department, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or write to the address below
To send us your CV
If you send your CV via email — please be sure to include the word 'CV' in the subject line and paste a text copy of your CV into the body of the email.
Contact: Human Resources Department
18/24 Paradise Road
Richmond Surrey TW9 1SR
Equal opportunities policy
Harlequin UK Ltd is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to avoiding discrimination in employment. The Company will not tolerate racial, sexual or disability discrimination and aims to ensure that the job applicant, employee or trainee is neither directly or indirectly discriminated against because of any of the protected characteristics (age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, pregnancy, maternity, race (which includes colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins), sexual orientation, religion or belief, or because someone is married or in a civil partnership).
The Company's management at all levels has responsibility for providing equal opportunities, however, all employees have responsibility for the successful application of the policy. In particular, Harlequin UK Ltd intends to ensure that:
Information regarding vacancies has an equal chance of reaching applicants of any race, sex or disability and does not indicate a preference for one group of candidates.
Care will be taken that job requirements are justifiable and are not directly or indirectly discriminatory.
Interviews will be conducted objectively taking all of the foregoing into account.
Access to training and promotion opportunities are provided equally to all employees irrespective of race, sex or disability.
Terms and conditions of employment and access to facilities must be applied equally to all staff with no intention to discriminate.
The Company will not induce or attempt to induce others to practice unlawful discrimination. Any alleged acts of discrimination will be thoroughly investigated through the Company's grievance procedure and disciplinary action will be taken where there is evidence of discrimination (direct or indirect). The Company is also committed to creating a work environment free of harassment and bullying, where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.