Own-it needs a content editor

The IPKat has been asked to post this advertisement and is delighted to do so.
"Own-it, based at the University of the Arts London, provides IP advice and support for creative businesses. This innovative business support service is highly succesful and recognised at government level for its work in its field. Own-it, which has 16,000 members, works with 10 law firms and over 30 creative industry organisations.

The Own-it website is the main point of access and communication with its audience. We now need someone with good journalistic skills and knowledge of IP who is full of exciting ideas and will help grow the site's content and increase its profile.

We are looking for a "self starter" to develop and source new content, update existing content, create case studies and edit the site. The web editor will need to have an excellent understanding of the relevance of IP and creative businesses and how to make this knowledge accesible and appropriate to the user. This role is part time and will be for 1 - 2 days per week.

If this is of interest please email info@own-it.org with the subject line WEB CONTENT EDITOR for further information".
IPKat team member Jeremy has spoken for Own-it in the past and was impressed with its caring commitment to the needs of its members. So, if you want to help people whose creativity and capacity to innovate exceeds their mastery of intellectual law and/or their range of business skills, this could be the part-time job for you. Merpel says, an added bonus is that you can do all your shopping in the Elephant & Castle shopping centre ...

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Own-it needs a content editor Own-it needs a content editor Reviewed by Jeremy on Thursday, July 10, 2008 Rating: 5

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