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Brian Wells
Business Manager

Posted 4/27/2023

Job Title:

Print and Resource Project Coordinator


Full time


Liturgy Training Publications
3949 S Racine Ave
Chicago, IL 60609


Liturgy Training Publications, an agency of the Archdiocese of Chicago, is seeking a Print and Resource Project Coordinator to negotiate, arrange for, and coordinate the purchase of all paper, printing, and binding, along with any other product manufacturing requirements, of all editorial and marketing projects, including reprints of LTP products as necessary. This position is responsible for purchases of all products that LTP distributes, both domestic and international. A successful candidate will develop working relationships with printers and binders and represent LTP's interests in negotiations. This work would include creating RFQ's and PO's, presenting printing options to management, and monitoring inventories for low stocks. The position works closely with the Managing Editor in coordinating and monitoring production schedules and maintaining the SharePoint product record database. Our organizational culture is a great fit for people who believe in our mission and enjoy working in a collaborative environment. We value accountability, respect, and mutual support as essential means to reach our goals. As an agency of the Archdiocese of Chicago, we offer outstanding health and retirement, and paid time off, with a recognition of the need to balance work and life. This position is an onsite role at our office in Chicago. If you would like to be considered, please submit • a cover letter describing the reasons for your interest and how your experience would benefit the organization, • a current resume, to Please include the title "Print and Resource Project Coordinator" in the title.


• College degree with five years’ experience in publishing or related field. • Advanced knowledge and understanding of publishing industry; specific knowledge of the religious publishing industry a plus. • Solid background in manufacturing purchasing for publishing; a minimum of two years previous experience essential. • Excellent understanding of production terminology and processes, thorough knowledge of print processes, proofing systems, binding, pricing, and paper selection. • Dedication to quality in manufacturing of books, periodicals and other publications. • Effective negotiation and communication skills, both verbal and written. • Strong organizational skills and willingness to do extensive research. • Professional approach and ability to represent LTP to a wide range of outside suppliers. • Computer efficiency and understanding of multiple applications. Knowledge of SharePoint and Web media, and experience with project tracking software preferred. • Spanish language skills a plus. • Must demonstrate understanding, respect, and support for Catholic Church teaching, mission, and values.

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