Trinity College London – Production Manager (UK)

In addition to its acclaimed international standing as an examination board, Trinity College London also operates a world-renowned music and print publishing house, Trinity College London Press, which currently sells and distributes a diverse range of publications globally and is constantly expanding its portfolio of copyrights.

Additionally, Trinity is currently launching Trinity College London Enterprises, which will provide an innovative portfolio of commercial products and services in the music performing arts space.


The position of Production Manager coordinates and facilitates the timely production of commercial and exam-related music products, and support materials. While creatively collaborating with all members of the team at Trinity College London Press, primary responsibilities are a blend of music print and e-book production and design, e-store and marketing support, and various scheduling and workflow tasks. This role supports and aligns with all Trinity core music values and ensures product quality, accuracy and consistent brand identity across publications and materials.

  • The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in music (or equivalent level of musical literacy) with prior experience in print publishing and production.
  • You should be confident in your production experience within a music publishing environment, and we highly value a proficiency in writing, editing, and proof-reading text and music. Knowledge of print production processes will help you fulfill your role successfully and you will be expected to use your thorough knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite and music notation software in the role of Production Manager.
  • Our staff at Trinity are very passionate about the organization and what we do and therefore we take pride in our work. Attention to detail and with high personal standards if inevitable and we are looking for people who are suited to working independently and as a member of a team.

As an employee, you’ll enjoy a range of benefits including private health insurance, generous annual leave, employee assistance programme, cycle to work scheme, training and development and a non-contractual annual bonus scheme, plus more.


Trinity College London is an equal opportunities employer and our talented people come from all walks of life. Trinity is open to all applicants from different backgrounds and we are committed to building a more diverse and inclusive workplace. All applications are dealt with in the strictest of confidence.


To apply, please send a full CV with a covering letter, clearly explaining your interest and suitability for the role.

We are committed to the safeguarding and protection of the children and young people that we work with. We ensure that we have a range of policies and procedures in place which promote safeguarding and safer working practice across the organisation. As such, all posts are subject to a safer recruitment process, including the disclosure of criminal records and vetting checks.

Upon successful appointment into the role, you will be required to complete our vetting procedures as with all Trinity College London SELT employees. This is carried out by a 3rd party supplier and our standard background checks consist of Right to Work in the UK, Identity Check, Employment History check, Financial Probity Check, Highest Academic Qualifications Check and a basic DBS check.


The safety of our staff, examiners and candidates will be our priority at all times and we have taken a number of steps to ensure this which includes in-depth training, policies and new operating procedures within government social-distancing guidelines.

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