The Ohio State University Libraries are recruiting a Head of Copyright Resources Center. Required degree: "J.D. or an equivalent combination of education and experience; demonstrated knowledge of statutory, case, and contract law with specialization in copyright policies and intellectual property policy issues." Salary: $60,000-$87,152.
Here's an excerpt from the ad (requisition number: 364212):
This position is responsible for developing and leading a Libraries-wide program that provides support, services, staff development, and policy in service of OSUL programs, services, and initiatives that address issues of ownership and use of copyrighted resources in a digital age. Manages the Copyright Resources Center and staff. Develops copyright resources, seminars, programs, and workshops for OSU faculty, staff, and students. Works closely with the Health Sciences Copyright Management Office and Office of Legal Affairs, and interacts regularly with peers within CIC institutions and the national community of library copyright experts. Enhances the libraries ability to lead and innovate in intellectual property policy development and in the creation of new programs and services that rely on insightful analysis of our society's copyright regime.