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Tuesday, 2 July 2013

BCC needs ICR for CMO. Must have gsoh ...

As part of the self-regulatory process for collective management organisations (CMOs) in the United Kingdom, with which the British Copyright Council (BCC) is involved, an advertisement has been placed for an Independent Code Reviewer (ICR).  According to Janet Ibbotson (the BCC's CEO, for those who really enjoy initials and acronyms):
This is a high profile regulatory role offering a fee of £25,000. The Selection Panel is seeking an individual with senior level experience, an ability to absorb information quickly and possessing the gravitas to work under public scrutiny. 
 More information including the full advertisement and job description can be found herealong with a set of associated files dealing with job description, diversity monitoring, the BCC's Principles of Good Practice and so on.

The closing date for applications is 09.30 hours on 12 July 2013. Interviews will be held in London on 25 and 29 July 2013 and the successful candidate must be ready to start work in November 2013.

Note for careless readers and anyone affected by dyslexia: the BCC is not the same as the BBC. The main difference is that you get paid more by the BBC for quitting your job than the BCC willl ever pay you for doing it.

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