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Hachette UK is a leading publishing house in the UK. The group is made up of several publishing companies including Headline Publishing Group, Hodder & Stoughton, Publishing Group, Octopus Publishing Group, Hachette Children’s Group and Hodder Education. Hachette UK is owned by Hachette Livre, the world’s second largest trade and educational publisher. 

The companies and individual publishers within Hachette operate autonomously and have long and proud histories of publishing excellence. They have published award-winning fiction and non-fiction, with authors including J K Rowling, Iain Banks and Stephen King. 

Hachette’s Fresh Chapters Traineeship is a 12-month intensive scheme which offers a chance to work in a creative and rapidly changing industry. The programme will include a six month placement in an editorial department where you will be able to have a real creative input. The remaining six months will be spent with another department at one of the many publishers within Hachette UK. 

Hachette also offers a Fresh Chapters Internship for 8 weeks for those who want to gain an insight into the publishing industry. Working at Hachette will enable you to experience working in a collaborative environment, surrounded by talented, passionate people. There are also many book related benefits, opportunities for free and discounted books, author talks and events. 

Applications for the Fresh Chapters Traineeship open early 2018 and the Fresh Chapters Internship open in June 2018. 


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