Open Access Books Co-Ordinator

“Open Access Books Co-ordinator, Open Research, London or Heidelberg

Springer and Palgrave Macmillan have led the way in developing open access options for books, and we now have an exciting opportunity to work at the heart of Springer Nature’s open access book publishing.

This role would suit a graduate with an interest in open access publishing who is looking to gain experience in this rapidly developing area of scholarly communications.

You will be the central co-ordinator for open access books at Springer and Palgrave Macmillan, and have the opportunity to help shape and grow our programme. …”

Open Access Books Co-Ordinator

“Open Access Books Co-ordinator, Open Research, London or Heidelberg

Springer and Palgrave Macmillan have led the way in developing open access options for books, and we now have an exciting opportunity to work at the heart of Springer Nature’s open access book publishing.

This role would suit a graduate with an interest in open access publishing who is looking to gain experience in this rapidly developing area of scholarly communications.

You will be the central co-ordinator for open access books at Springer and Palgrave Macmillan, and have the opportunity to help shape and grow our programme. …”

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