Sync & Film/TV Composer Manager – Faber Music

  • Employer N/A
  • Location Central London (W1)
  • Application Deadline 11/01/2019

Faber Music are seeking a highly motivated and experienced creative Sync and Film/TV Composer Manager. Reporting to, and closely working with, the Head Of Film and TV, the role will develop relationships with new and existing clients across advertising, film, television and games to procure sync opportunities for Faber’s classical and Faber Alt. catalogues. The role will also involve working with and developing Faber’s award-winning roster of film and television composers, and assisting the Head of Film and TV on Music Supervision projects.

Faber Music are an independent publisher, founded by Benjamin Britten over 50 years ago. Historically specialising in print and contemporary classical music, Faber also have a well-established Film and TV department, representing some of the UK’s top film and television composers as a publisher and agency. As well as publishing a continually growing and varied contemporary classical and media catalogue, the company launched Faber Alt. in 2018, which represents alternative pop, non-classical, and cross-over artists and writers.

Along with an eclectic interest in music across all genres, with a passion for film and television, film scores and soundtracks, the successful candidate will have:

  • A minimum two years experience in sync with an established network of clients, and a track record of procuring syncs across all media;
  • knowledge of contemporary film and TV composers;
  • experience of negotiating licences and strong commercial instincts;
  • high levels of self-motivation and drive.

Full job description available on application. Salary will be competitive, but according to experience.

To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter, stating your current salary to (using ‘Sync and Film/TV Composer Manager’ in the subject header).

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