Copyright Manager

Copyright Manager
Employer: The National Archives
Salary: £40,000
Location: London

The National Archives is the official archive for the UK government, and for England and Wales. We take very seriously our role in making more than 1,000 years of history available for anyone from anywhere to experience. Our collections are truly inspiring and delightfully unexpected. From Domesday, to Magna Carta, to the Great Fire of London, Shakespeare’s will and Suffrage, right up to tweets from Downing Street.

About the role:

As an expert within The National Archives, you will be expected to provide specialist knowledge of copyright law, government policy on re-use and open data, Crown copyright and practical application through licensing of rights (OGL) across all of our functions.

The National Archives also has central responsibility for managing Crown copyright and Crown database rights on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen under Letters Patent. Crown copyright covers material created by civil servants, ministers and government departments and agencies. The copyright team supports the Keeper and policy officials in carrying out these responsibilities.

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