The UK’s music publishing sector is hugely dynamic – covering a wide range of roles, from creative to legal, across all genres of music.
Direct Manager: SENIOR MANAGER, MUSIC ADMINISTRATION EUROPE
The Music Administration Europe Co-Ordinator will support the Music Administration Europe, Sr Manager in all aspects of copyright and intellectual property for Integrity’s business in UK & Europe. This will include maintaining song copyright information in Music Maestro to ensure its accuracy and dealing with enquiries from performing rights organisations (PRO), collective management organisations (CMO) and European sub-publishers in relation to Integrity’s song catalogues. The role will also involve monitoring and reporting on the company’s revenue from song copyrights and intellectual property as well the opportunity to research, explore and facilitate new revenue streams by staying current with industry trends and attending industry meetings and events. Further, the role will provide support in processing publishing royalties for UK/European song royalties.
Formal Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Music Business, or related field. Will accept equivalent work experience.
Experience:1 to 2 years experience in music publishing, product licensing, copyrights, contracts, and royalties.
Knowledge/Certification: A proven track record of success in understanding music business terms and conditions. Ability to understand the financial aspects of contracts and other business arrangements as well as the ability to contribute to negotiation strategies. Effective communicator both orally and in writing with strong analytical skills and interpersonal skills. Capable of multi-tasking and handling several assignments. Focus on responsiveness with strong time management and organizational skills.
Equipment Knowledge: General office equipment, Mac/PC computers
• Good Decision Maker
• Positive Attitude
• Good task focus
• Self-screens work
• Forward-thinking attitude
• Gets along with others
Working Conditions: Comfortable working conditions, handling light weight, intermittent sitting, standing and walking.
1. Working environment – cubicle office and co-working spaces with some noise
2. Detail-oriented work requiring mental acuity and accuracy
3. Normal business hours (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) are typical but must have a willingness and flexibility to work during evenings and weekends if/when necessary.
4. Some may be travel required.
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