Berkshire Publishing is always eager to add the best and brightest to our global team, and offers flexible telecommuting positions as well as positions in our central Great Barrington office. We seek highly motivated, self-directed professionals who are energized by new challenges and appreciate the quality and international perspective of Berkshire's core reference program. These core publications have laid the foundation for our expanding initiatives in innovative digital products, online business information, and social media.
The company's small central office is in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, in an area known as the Berkshires. The simple way to visualize our location is to think of the company as north of New York City and west of Boston. (More about the Berkshires.)
Intern - Publishing & Digital Media
Unique opportunity for college student or recent graduate to combine academic and technical interests and to build his/her professional network.
Research Assistant (Literary)
Research assistant to biographer writing about famous 20th-century literary figures. Organize information, locate new sources, research post-War Britain. Suitable for literature graduate student or postdoc. Unique opportunity to learn about women’s history and to develop research and editorial skills. Virtual work possible, but on-site in Great Barrington at least twice a month.
Research Intern/Assistant (Cool Planet Guide)
Research assistant on climate change, environmental and lifestyle project. Organize information, analyze data, draft texts, and assist with PR (press releases, blog posts and articles, contacts with leading environmentalists and organizations in US & abroad). Fantastic chance to make a difference while developing skills for career in media/PR, nonprofit or publishing sectors.
By the way, we can't stand boilerplate application letters. If you don't take the time to look at our website and learn something about us before you send an application, you won't be a good fit for our team. We take great pride in the way we all contribute to building relationships with educators, scholars, and information professionals around the world. Relationship-building skills matter as much as anything else in our hiring decisions!
Please see individual position posts to find out what to submit with your application, and specific requirements. Generally, we ask that you email jobs [at] berkshirepublishing [dot] com with the title of the job in the subject line of your email. Please do not send attachments. No phone calls. Due to the large volume of applications we receive, we cannot guarantee a reply.
We look forward to hearing from you.