Georgetown Univerisity Digital Publishing and Rights Manager – Georgetown University Press in Washington, District Of Columbia
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Digital Publishing and Rights Manager – Georgetown University Press
The Digital Publishing and Rights Manager (DPRM) has responsibility for all operational, strategic, and financial aspects of its digital publishing and rights department with a staff of two. Reporting to the Director of Georgetown University Press, the DPRM has duties that include but are not limited to:
Oversees the preparation and distribution of print and e-book metadata.
Oversees requests for permission to use material from the press’s intellectual property.
Oversees application for copyright and applies for trademark registrations.
Negotiates rights for co-publications and translations.
Negotiates subsidiary rights with third parties.
Negotiates vendor contracts, makes press policy recommendations, and posts content with library-focused content aggregators.
Handles licensing agreements and digital rights management.
Oversees the contracts administration process.
Creates and implements policies for permissions.
Represents the press at international book fairs
Consults on the preparation of digital files to all partners and content aggregators.
Bachelor’s degree - Master's preferred
3 years of experience in scholarly or trade publishing, print and digital rights management, and permissions management
Exceptional communications skills and strong ability to interact with foreign publishers, authors, attorneys, and vendors, as well as the editorial, marketing and sales, and other departments of the press.
Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, digital publishing, databases, and web-based applications
Telecommuting is not available for this position.
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