Pros: good location, work from home one day per week
Cons: frequent re-organizatons, noisy cubicle offices, lack of digital infrastructure, no food service
Oxford University Press is a high volume book publisher producing over 1200 new books per year in printed and electronic form. They publish dense academic tomes written by some of the brightest minds in the world in the fields of medicine, law, politics, social science, and history to name just a few.
While their mission is noble, the organization is well behind in adopting the most current technology and not known for hiring managers with up-to-date technical skills. It is operated more like a non-profit, which it is, technically speaking, than a profit making publisher competing in the highly competitive academic space.