Association of University Presses
Per the site, “Formally established in 1937 as the Association of American University Presses, AUPresses is a community of publishing professionals and institutions committed to the highest caliber of research-based scholarship.”
Bay Area Women in Publishing
BAWiP’s mission is to foster a mutually supportive network of women working in publishing, committed to professional development, sharing expertise and mentoring.
Bookbuilders of Boston
Bookbuilders of Boston, a nonprofit organization founded in 1937, is dedicated to bringing together people involved in book publishing and manufacturing. Through its various activities, Bookbuilders offers a forum to exchange information, learn new technologies, and promote improvements in the quality of books.
Per Bookjobs.com, “The site serves two purposes: to provide a centralized place for job seekers to research available positions throughout the publishing industry, and to provide basic information about the book publishing industry as a whole—commonly used words and terms in the industry, department descriptions, companies, events, and other information.”
This San Francisco/Bay Area Web community is a resource with art jobs listings.
Find your next job in higher education publication and editing: “HigherEdJobs is the leading source for jobs and career information in academia.”
Per the Media Bistro site, “Find your next career opportunity. Browse all the media job openings below. Apply to the best jobs in marketing, advertising, publishing, sales, PR, digital media, television, design, and more.”
Per the Publishers Marketplace site, “The definitive source for jobs in publishing. For job seekers we offer a free search for the most, best, and most recently posted publishing jobs in the industry. If you are looking to recruit publishing talent, this is the place for you.”
Publishers Weekly JobZone includes resources for job seekers and employers.
Per the site, “At Creative Circle, we partner with top creative talent and connect them with opportunities that will put their skills to work in exciting ways.”
According to iHire, the company aspires to “be the most effective industry-focused, candidate-centric recruitment solution available.” It offers industry-focused jobs and recruiting communities, including one for publishing.
According to its site, “Upwork businesses get more done, connecting with freelancers to work on projects from web and mobile app development to SEO, social media marketing, content writing, graphic design, admin help and thousands of other projects.”