Concord Music Publishing is looking to employ a full time Royalty Tracking Manager in our London office working across our Imagem Music, Bicycle Music and Rodgers & Hammerstein catalogues.
The music publishing business is afflicted by the issue of missing royalty income due to errors in the registration of songs or due to under-reporting or misallocation by societies and agents. The Royalty Tracking Manager role is tasked with maximising client royalty income through the tracking of missing royalty income. A good understanding of music societies and royalty collection is therefore paramount.
Responsibilities will include digital, streaming and physical products analysis. Film and television broadcast investigations. Live performance tracking and inter-company project work.
This role requires someone who can organise and manage multiple activities simultaneously. The Royalty Tracking Manager will work closely with internal managers, clients and third party providers. They need to be confident, articulate and determined to claim and collect royalty income.
5+ years of experience in music publishing
- Strong knowledge of music society processes across multiple royalty streams
- Good working relationships with music industry professionals
- Enthusiastic and self-motivated with confidence to work on own initiative
- Excellent communication skills
- Royalty Tracking background preferable
- Exceptional research skills
Salary is £30,000 – £35,000 dependent on experience, with additional bonus incentive scheme.
Please send a covering letter and CV to email@example.com by Monday 23rd October 2017.