Cambridge University Press
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Cambridge University Press Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Education
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Editor
£35,648 per year
Marketing Executive
£28,894 per year
Project Manager
£35,739 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 88 reviews and is evolving.

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Security in Cambridge
on 12 June 2020
Productive and fun work
Life and work balance is very good. I learned lots of new information regarding my job. The management was good. When help is needed, if you contact the correct person, you will get it. Very good sports facilities. I am very happy to have worked in this organisation.
IT Consultant in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
on 17 February 2021
Lack of interest in improvement
It depends on the department but if you want to work for an innovative Company or a motivating environment, this is not the place!Lot of bureaucracy, mismanagement, non-existent or unclear decision making, lack of interest in improvement for the Company and for the employees. Worked here for more than 3 years and didn't have any personal development.Very relaxed environment to work in, quite often too much relaxed!
Scrum Master in Cambridge
on 23 December 2020
Not a great place to produce software
In terms of software engineering management, the Press is like a time capsule untouched by 21st century practises. They use some of the trappings of scrum, but management is entirely top-down waterfall.
Global Training Manager in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
on 31 March 2020
Wonderful atmosphere and ever improving culture.
It really depends on your manager and team! The senior leadership is thoughful and very consultative - they do care about their people. My job entails a lot of cross-functional collaboration and innovation to motivate, inspire and develop individuals and teams. The organisation is properly global so I work with colleagues in Mexico City, New York, Madrid, Hyderabad and the UK. In some roles, like mine, you tend to hit a ceiling and then it's difficult to know how to progress unless you retrain, but the availability of Apprenticeship schemes (from Level 3 to Masters level) is fantastic.
Editorial Assistant in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
on 26 March 2020
Friendly and open workplace
Friendly and welcoming workplace. Was undergoing some difficult change when I was there, and management aren't always in touch. But overall a nice place to work.
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