Licensing coordinator

Job description

We are looking for a public transport timetable data licensing coordinator, who will help us manage different licenses of data usage. The successful candidate will need to make sure that data gathered and used by our company complies with usage licenses provided by transportation agencies in different countries. This is a highly independent role, candidate would receive regular consultations from UK based legal team, but mostly would work alone.


Responsibilities:

  • Finding and analyzing public transport data usage licenses;
  • Researching data usage laws in different countries;
  • Consulting with UK based legal team;
  • Communicating findings to appropriate supervisors;


Requirements

  • Degree in Law or related field;
  • Fluent written and spoken English;
  • Strong communication skills;
  • Ability to work independently;
  • Diligence, strong sense of responsibility;

What we offer:

The base salary is €620 - €920 per month, but we'll be making a salary offer that matches your experience, educational background, and job skills. We offer employee stock options, gym subscription and flexible working with a flexible schedule. We also provide any equipment you would need for work. We also have team gatherings in Kaunas (Lithuania) office up to 3 times a year.


About us:

Do you know how far you could travel within 30 minutes? iGeolise do, as the creators of the TravelTime platform, a B2B technology that allows users to search and analyse location data using travel time information. This means that property websites can search and list their potential home locations by journey time, job boards can list open positions by commute time and hotel listing websites can suggest accommodation that's within 10 minutes from the beach. Make your own travel time shape here. 

We recently raised over £3 million in investment and now we're growing our data team in Kaunas. Since the amount of data we’re gathering is growing rapidly, we will be hiring a  person who will help us manage different licenses of data usage.