Pearson Rights/Permissions Analyst in Noida, India
We have an exciting opportunity for you to join Pearson Education in Noida, India, as a Rights and Permissions Analyst for the German Higher Education Rights & Permissions (R&P) team, reporting to the Rights & Permissions Manager, UK and Europe. The team oversees the rights management of 3rd-party content and asset licenses (permissions) for Germany and other European Higher Education businesses, part of the R&P International Higher Education group.
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Reporting to the Manager, Rights & Permissions UK and Europe, the Analyst role supports third-party content use for the German business to meet Pearson standards, policies, strategies, and business objectives and show continuous performance improvement.
Facilitate best rights and sourcing practices, working closely with key stakeholders in content development and production teams.
Execute R&P requirements for projects; manage the clearance, research, and delivery of assets in accordance with Pearson’s Preferred Sourcing Strategy and negotiate with rights holders for permission.
Learn and work effectively with rights management tools: IPM, Blueprint, Tableau, and Pearson's core R&P systems.
Participate in publishing and demand planning to ensure sufficient and appropriate plans and resources for upcoming projects and with portfolio/product teams or councils to drive rights strategies.
Manage all rights management milestones fulfilled for projects over the entire content development/production workflow (initiate, plan, execute, control, close), working with portfolio and development/production teams and vendors.
Familiar with project objectives and the roles and processes that impact rights activities and optimise permission work for efficiency, outcomes, and quality.
Monitor and update project information and create documentation, reports, and related work throughout the project lifecycle.
Communicate, monitor and drive R&P expectations, standards, KPIs and SLAs with contingent workers, including vendors/service centres and businesses.
Work closely with business stakeholders to identify and address permission and permission management requirements for all functions and activities.
Facilitate promotion & periodic training on the R&P sourcing strategy to business stakeholders and vendor partners to meet or exceed sourcing targets.
Advance content sourcing tools that drive stakeholders' use of content through preferred suppliers.
Drive the inclusion and visibility of content that aligns with Pearson’s Global Content Editorial Policy with suppliers.
Prepare reports as required that accurately reflect the progress, issues, and risks of assigned projects. Participate in departmental meetings and events and contribute to team goals.
Degree educated or equivalent tertiary qualification relevant to the position or equivalent experience
Qualification in or experience with media/copyright law as an asset
Professional fluency in verbal and written English and German is essential
Strong research, analytical and problem-solving skills (to identify and resolve inquiries, errors, and other issues)
Strong project and time management skills, ability to meet deadlines, and prioritise based on project needs or stakeholder requests
Highly organised with excellent communication skills
Familiarity with rights acquiring/rights management workflow tools and systems
Interest in and knowledge of media content, social media, and media technology trends
Team player with the ability to build collaboration and achieve results
Basic computer skills, full knowledge of MS Office suite including Excel, Teams and SharePoint
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In exchange, we require that employees have the appropriate means to work remotely, including adherence to our work-at-home policies regarding home office setup, including but not limited to privacy of records, technology standards, equipment standards and expectations.
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We value the power of an inclusive culture and also a strong sense of belonging. We promote a culture where differences are embraced, opportunities are accessible, consideration and respect are the norm and all individuals are supported in reaching their full potential. Through our talent, we believe that diversity, equity and inclusion make us a more innovative and vibrant place to work. People are at the center, and we are committed to building a workplace where talent can learn, grow and thrive.
Pearson is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer and a member of E-Verify. We want a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be. All employment decisions are based on qualifications, merit and business need. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status or any other group protected by law. We strive for a workforce that reflects the diversity of our communities.
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Organization: Higher Education
Req ID: 14342