The following new Post is being advertised at Brunel University. Please circulate to anyone that may be interested.
Copyright and Digital Resources Officer
Vacancy ref: JBA0096/2
This is an exciting new post at Brunel. You will have a university-wide responsibility for ensuring that we meet the requirements of copyright law, particularly in the area of electronic copyright. You will administer copyright licences, establish mechanisms for copyright clearance and advise and assist academic, e-learning and other staff with copyright issues, particularly those surrounding the use of digital resources. You will have a chance to work with colleagues in several departments and make your mark in supporting learning, teaching and research.
You will have some understanding of copyright issues and some practical experience in a related area but you could come from any one of a number of backgrounds - library, publishing, e-learning, IT - and your communication and liaison skills will be more important than your technical or legal knowledge. Experienced candidates could expect to be appointed near the top of the scale, but this could also be a excellent opportunity for someone who is newly qualified but possesses some familiarity with the issues and the drive and enthusiasm to make this post a success.
Salary within the Academic Related Grade 2:
£24,321 - £30,942 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance
Closing date: 22 November 2004
Interviews will be held on 8 December 2004
For a downloadable application form and further details please visit the Brunel web pages at http://www.brunel.ac.uk/admin/humanresources/jobvacan/template-proffvac.shtml
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