Princeton University Press is committed to global publishing excellence of enduring and meaningful impact. We embrace the highest standards of scholarship, inclusivity, and diversity in our publishing to advance and enrich the global conversation. Our cultural identity is defined by collaborations, which are guided by inclusivity, personal and professional growth, freedom of expression, confidence, and respect. We seek to attract, hire, develop, and retain a team that is inspired by our mission and brings with it broad and diverse knowledge and experience as well as a desire to excel. As an affiliate of Princeton University, we are committed to our own mission and that of Princeton University.
Princeton University Press’s comprehensive benefits package is designed to support the well-being of employees and their families through all stages of life.
- Health Care
Medical, dental, and vision insurance, and Health Savings Account with employer contributions
- Life Insurance
100% employer-paid life insurance for employees and their dependents
- Retirement Plans
Press-sponsored retirement plans for employee and employer contributions
- Tuition Assistance
Employee and dependent tuition assistance and professional development funds
- Paid Maternity and Paternity Leave
100% paid maternity (12 weeks) and parental leave for new parents (4 weeks)
- Paid Time Off
More than 3 weeks of paid time off for new employees and a 100% paid winter holiday break for all staff
- Flexible Schedule
Flexible working arrangements for majority of positions
- Princeton University Partnership
Princeton University “affiliate” benefits, which include the use of certain facilities such as the gym and library, and retailer discounts
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Equity & Inclusion
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are vital to our publishing mission: our diverse stories collectively empower us to thrive in a complex, dynamic, and increasingly diverse world. Only through equitable and inclusive collaborations can we achieve a narrative of global impact for the Press.
The Equity and Inclusion Strategic Initiative, led by an Equity and Inclusion Council and established in 2018 with the approval by the Board of Trustees, is committed to creating an infrastructure for positive change toward a culture of respectful and confident collaboration. Guided by our values, Code of Conduct and the embrace of peer review in all facets of this collaboration, each of the council’s core foci (internal culture; recruitment, hiring, and retention; media and reader engagement; vendor relations; and acquisitions editorial) commits resources (human and fiscal capital) to exploring how an ethos of equity can positively impact all aspects of our publishing.
Princeton University Press is proud to offer competitive publishing internships in several departmental areas, including editorial, graphic design, publicity and sales, and production. Internships are offered during the spring, summer, and fall semesters. Each department’s internship availabilities will be posted when recruiting begins. By participating in the internship program, students observe firsthand the inner workings of a major university press and learn about all aspects of the publishing industry.