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Company Name: UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS
Description: The application period for the Summer Contracts and Subsidiary Rights Internship has closed.

This position aids the Director of Contracts and Subsidiary Rights and her Assistant in day-to-day handling of responsibilities related to author contracts, foreign rights, and permissions related to UNC Press books and journals.

Intern responsibilities include:
? Creating promotional materials to pitch UNC Press titles to foreign publishers for translation and other licensing opportunities
? Communicating with foreign and domestic publishers and agents
? Preparing and updating promotional materials for the Frankfurt Book Fair
? Researching UNC Press titles for online piracy
? Creating contract files and verifying title changes for new manuscripts
? General office duties including data entry, filing, photocopying, mailing
? Shipping recently published books and journals to the U.S. Copyright Office of the Library of Congress for copyright registration

Please Note: This position has contact with all Press departments including acquisitions, marketing, production, and manuscript editing.
Requirements: Attention to detail is essential and a working knowledge of Word and Excel is preferred. Chosen individual(s) will be trained on UNC Press standards and processes. Internship hours are flexible.
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Payment: unpaid
How To Apply For This Internship: If you are interested in learning more about this position at UNC Press, please send your resume to:

Vicky Wells
Director of Contracts and Subsidiary Rights
University of North Carolina Press
Phone: (919) 962-0369
Email: vcwells@email.unc.edu
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