FERA, FSE and UNI MEI are working on a new joint project which develops new tools to facilitate collective bargaining and social dialogue among audiovisual authors, producers, broadcasters, and streamers.
Part of the project is to expand a database created in 2019 which allows for comparison between audiovisual authors’ contracts by adding two new modules related to the 2019 Copyright Directive and collective agreements for screen directors and screenwriters in Europe. The database project researcher will coordinate this work, on a part-time freelance base.
If you have a legal background, with a focus on contractual practices, are familiar with EU policy and copyright, have experience in the European audiovisual sector, are fluent in spoken and written English and enjoy being part of a team as well as working independently this position might be for you.
Apply by sending your CV and few lines about yourself and your motivation to email@example.com by 15 October 2021.
The detailed job offer description is available here.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in our project!