A2865 Research Associate COPIM | Jobs at Lancaster University

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Organisation Work & Technology Salary:   £28,331 to £32,817 Closing Date:   Sunday 01 December 2019 Interview Date:   To be confirmed Reference:  A2865

This 34 month, full-time appointment within the Department of Organisation, Work and Technology, Department of Sociology, and the Institute for Social Futures—supports an international, multi-institutional project, Community-led Open Publishing Infrastructures for Monographs (COPIM), funded by Research England and Arcadia and led by the Centre for Postdigital Cultures, Coventry University, collaborating with world-class universities. The project addresses the key technological, structural, and organisational hurdles—around funding, production, dissemination, discovery, reuse, and archiving—that are standing in the way of the wider adoption and impact of open-access (OA) books (go here for more information regarding this project’s scope: https://blog.scholarled.org/copim-announcement/).

You will support the project’s team leaders in the following two areas: (1) Developing and Piloting a Revenue Management Platform for OA Books; (2) Researching and Piloting Alternative Business Models for OA Books. 

You should have a graduate degree (Master’s degree or higher), preferably within the Humanities, Social Sciences, or Library Science, with practical experience and/or research expertise in scholarly communications, digital publishing, media and technology studies, library and information sciences, and/or OA publishing. 

Although the role will be hosted by Lancaster University, you will have the opportunity to work remotely from other locations. 

You should include a CV and a cover letter (no more than two pages) outlining your suitability for this position, with your application.

Please contact Joe Deville (j.deville@lancaster.ac.uk) and Martin Eve (martin.eve@bbk.ac.uk) for more information about the project and for an informal discussion about the post.

We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.



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