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Policy and Development Manager

We have a fantastic opportunity for a Policy and Development Manager to join a leading global open access publisher in central London. You will research and contribute to the development of open access policies. The ideal candidate will be an experienced line manager and have solid knowledge on open access landscape.

Key duties:

  • Project manage internal policy reviews and create documentation for policy proposals
  • Manages research and development projects in support of the open access strategy
  • Liaise with internal stakeholders including Editorial Rights, Permissions, and Journals Policy
  • Work closely with Head of Policy & Performance to meet market changes
  • Line manage a team of members in Policy and Development team
  • Provide ongoing market information and insights

Experience / skills required:

  • Solid data analysis and presentation skills
  • Proven work experience in policy development
  • Line management experience is essential
  • Familiarity of open access publishing workflow and systems
  • Previous experience of managing and development business projects will be a plus


For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to

Contact:             Clare Chan

Tel:                    0203 574 4428

Atwood Tate embraces diversity and seeks to promote the benefits of diversity in all of our business activities and to develop a business culture that reflects that belief.  We welcome applications from all members of society irrespective of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, colour, race, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief.

Policy and Development Manager

Atwood Tate, London
Full-time, Permanent
Academic, STM
Business Development, Product Management, Project Management, Communications, Other Publishing
Salary description: 
Available upon request
Solid understanding of open access publishing workflow, line management, Strong data analysis skills, Knowledge of open access landscape