The Community-led Open Publishing Infrastructures for Monographs (COPIM) project is looking to recruit a Research Associate to work on two of the project’s key work packages. The Research Associate will support three of 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.
The post is full time for 34 months and is hosted by Lancaster University, although the Research Associate will have the opportunity to work remotely from other locations. The salary is in the range of £28,331 to £32,817. The position involves working across the Department of Sociology, the Department of Organisation, Work and Technology, and the Institute for Social Futures, as well as with a range of partners including ScholarLed.
The candidate 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.
Please contact Joe Deville (email@example.com) and Martin Eve (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about the project and for an informal discussion about the post.
To apply, and for further details, follow the link below. The closing date is Sunday 1st December