Do you have good knowledge of contracts and a passion for the academic publishing industry? We are recruiting for an exciting Contracts Manager role to manage the journals programme of a leading international Academic and STM publisher. In this exciting role, you will be:
- Managing the strategy around publication ethics issues in line with the company's policies and best practice, and advising internal and external stakeholders on a course of action;
- Providing advice on contracts and legal queries and helping communicate the company's policies on copyright and Open Access initiatives;
- Managing the tracking, negotiation and approval process of journal contracts;
- Responsible for drafting contractual paperwork and external ethic and legal communications, to foster positive working relationships with authors, societies, editors and other key stakeholders and collaborators;
- Line-managing a Contracts Assistant and supporting their career development;
The ideal candidate will have a solid grasp of contract drafting and ideally some familiarity with copyright and/or IP laws. They will be able to work on multiple projects concurrently and to communicate legal/contractual concepts clearly and impartially to others. This is a fantastic opportunity with a market-leading global publisher, and a company with a terrific working culture and with Diversity & Inclusion at the heart of their agenda.
Closing date is November 27th.
For a full description of the role, please send your CV with a brief paragraph outlining your relevant skills.
Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.
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