OA Subscriptions Manager
Are you a publishing Sales professional looking for your next step and with an interest in Open Access content? Our client, a brilliant society publisher of STM journals and books, is looking to appoint an OA Subscriptions Manager in a newly created role, to look after existing and potential new subscribers to their OA portfolio.
Working closely with a Sales & Marketing team, this role will be responsible for:
- Maximising renewals of existing Subscribe To Open customers, and providing excellent care and account management to subscribers
- Identifying new opportunities and convert them to new subscribers, using analytics, library-focused metrics and usage date to understand and approach new leads
- Negotiating annual and multi-year publishing agreements with UK consortia and libraries
- Monitoring market trends and reporting to the society's publishing strategy
- Collaborating with the Customer Marketing team to look after multi-journal subscription renewals and multi-site licences
- Presenting and selling institutional OA memberships
- Developing e-book deals with external partners
The ideal candidate for this role will have a solid understanding of publishing models and OA, preferably within an Academic/STM environment. They will need to be analytical and be able to interpret data and market insights to create sales strategies, and also be approachable and able to adopt a consultative approach to their client management.
For a full description of the role, please send your CV with a brief paragraph outlining your relevant skills.
Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.
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