Vacancy (CDD – replacement of a maternity leave) with the Dispute Resolution Services department

The Dispute Resolution Services department of the International Chamber of Commerce is currently recruiting a
Manager for Publications reporting to the Secretary General of the International Court of Arbitration.

The Dispute Resolution Services department of the International Chamber of Commerce is currently recruiting a

Manager for Publications

reporting to the Secretary General of the International Court of Arbitration.

The role of the Manager for Publications involves editorial, legal and managerial tasks. He or she will be required to:

  • Prepare and revise legal, scientific and promotional texts published by the Dispute Resolution Services (International Court for Arbitration, Centre for ADR, Commission on Arbitration and ADR…) in different languages and on different media (paper, electronic, ICC digital library). In particular, the Manager for Publications will:
    • Draft, review, and correct texts, mainly in English and French;
    • Supervise the production and typesetting of the DRS rules and Commission reports;
    • Prepare legal decisions (awards, procedural orders…) for publication;
    • Coordinate the translations of the DRS rules.
  • Ensure proper circulation and distribution of publications in both print and digital formats.
  • Manage the preparation and production of the ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin, by:
    • Monitoring and contributing to the Editorial Board’s exchanges on content;
    • Liaising with authors;
    • Establishing and implementing production schedules;
    • Reviewing, proofreading and formatting the texts to be published;
    • Overseeing the distribution of each issue.
  • Supply material to be published in the online library (ICC DRL)
    • Prepare documents for the library
    • Monitor and update the contents of the library.
  • Manage agreements for the reproduction/translation of the publications of the Dispute Resolution Services and, in general, all matters related to copyright.
  • Ensure the quality of the contents of the publications.
  • Ensure that the publications reflect the image of the Dispute Resolution Services and comply with ICC design guidelines.
  • Oversee the administrative and logistical functioning of the publications unit.
  • Supervise the Assistant for Publications.

Ideal candidates will have a degree in law and a higher education qualification in languages. They will possess a minimum of five years’ relevant professional experience and have proven skills in drafting legal and promotional texts. The candidates should be perfectly at ease with Acrobat Reader, Word, Excel and Outlook. Experience in publishing, project administration and team management would be welcome. The candidates should be rigorous, organised and attentive to detail.

Excellent oral and written English and French are essential. Fluency in other languages such as German, Arabic, Chinese, Spanish and/or Portuguese would be an advantage.

If you would like to be considered, please send your curriculum vitae and a cover letter by email to the attention of Claudia Pansa, HR Business Partner at courtapplications@iccwbo.org. Candidates should specify “Court vacancy “[Publications Manager 2020]” in the subject line of their email application.

 

Closing date for applications:  9 February 2020.

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