banner ALPSP Jobs Board

Welcome to the ALPSP Jobs Board which lists all the latest vacancies from both ALPSP members and non-members in the publishing community. 

The ALPSP Jobs Board is open to ALPSP members for free. If you are a member and would like to advertise a job opportunity, please submit the details via this form.  The Jobs Board will be promoted via the ALPSP Jobs Forum, ALPSP Alert and social media.  Non-Members may advertise for a fee of £250 (plus VAT where applicable) per vacancy for up to one month. If you are interested in promoting a position, or have any questions, please email

Interested in developing your publishing career?
Don't forget to look at our training courses - and learn new strategies and skills. Also, for members, see our mentoring and volunteer options along with our new Careers Hub - videos and podcasts on essential issues across scholarly publishing. For more information, contact To find your next career move, take a look at all the job posts available below.

< Back to Jobs list

ALPSP Honorary Treasurer


Remote working

Salary Benefits

This is an honorary role. Reasonable expenses will be met.


27 June 2022

Apply by

01 August 2022


ALPSP invites applications for the role of Honorary Treasurer.  This is an exciting opportunity to play a key role in the governance of  ALPSP and support the development and success of the organization.  The Treasurer will serve as a director on the Board of ALPSP.

Applicants must work for an ALPSP Member organization. This is an honorary post.  Reasonable expenses will be reimbursed.
The appointment is for 3 years, commencing 1 January 2023.

Role Description

The Treasurer will lead work to ensure that the Society is financially sound and viable, and that ALPSP complies with statutory and regulatory requirements in relation to financial management and reporting. To do this, they will:

  • Chair the Finance and Governance Committee
  • With the Finance and Admin Manager:
    • liaise with external advisors on financial issues and ensure that ALPSP’s finances are responsibly managed/invested to support delivery of ALPSP’s objects
    • ensure ALPSP’s assets are properly managed and safeguarded
    • ensure that the financial policies and practices of ALPSP’s meet standards for good practice in the not-for-profit sector
    • ensure that ALPSP’s financial risks are adequately identified and managed
    • ensure that ALPSP has a financial plan so that it uses resources efficiently and effectively
    • help the Board make good financial decisions by giving it the financial information it needs

As a Director of ALPSP, the Treasurer also has more general responsibilities. 

 All Directors must:

  • Agree ALPSP’s strategy, with support from staff
  • Ensure that there are funds to deliver the strategy
  • Agree how to invest ALPSP’s money, if appropriate
  • Set and track the budget, with support from staff
  • Check that the strategy is being delivered, and request corrective action where necessary
  • Manage risk – decide the level of risk that is right for ALPSP, require staff to identify risk and propose mitigating activities, agree and monitor this activity
  • Work with the other Directors to prepare the annual accounts and report, with support from staff

For further information please contact Wayne Sime

How to apply

To be considered for this post, please send a personal statement (no more than 650 words) to the Chief Executive Wayne Sime (  Closing date for applications is 01 August 2022 (09:30 BST)

Delegates at a Training Seminar

ALPSP members can submit details of job vacancies for free. This service is also available for non-members for a fee of £250 (plus VAT where applicable) per vacancy for up to one month. Any questions? Contact Lizzie Drummond.


Sign up here  to receive information about all ALPSP events.