Music Sales Corporation seeks a Full-Time Business Affairs Coordinator for Schirmer Theatrical, LLC, a creative concert production company based in New York, NY.
Duties for this position can be managed from Music Sales Corporation’s Manhattan office.
DUTIES TO INCLUDE
- Projecting capital and operating costs for new productions, as well as updating the capital and operating budgets for ongoing productions
- Directing payment of licensing fees and other operating costs with Music Sales’ accounting team
- Compiling periodic financial departmental summaries
- Licensing music from third party publishers
- Licensing film clips and stills from US-based film studios
- Administering the terms of co-production, licensing and artist contracts
- Bachelor’s degree in Music, Theater, Film, Arts Administration/Leadership, Accounting or Business Administration, a plus
- Working knowledge of GAAP
- Strong knowledge and affinity for pop, rock and film music
- Deadline and task-oriented
- Excellent verbal and written customer service skills
- Natural ability to re-evaluate priorities and workload throughout the day as new tasks arise
Competitive salary, comprehensive health care program, and 401(K) offered.
Please submit resume, cover letter, and references to email@example.com, and include “Business Affairs Coordinator ” in the e-mail subject field.
No phone calls.
Music Sales Corporation is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any applicant for employment, or any employee because of age, color, sex, gender, disability, national origin, race, religion, or veteran status.
Schirmer Theatrical, LLC, part of the Music Sales Group, was founded in 2014 to develop concert and stage properties owned or administered by the Group. Since the company’s founding, Schirmer Theatrical has quickly become a leader in symphonic cinema, producing such film with live orchestra projects as the Oscar®-winning The Red Violin (score by John Corigliano), The Pink Panther (score by Henry Mancini) and Ghostbusters (score by Elmer Bernstein), along with high-end, fully-licensed symphonic experiences such as Women Rock (a tribute to female songwriters of the 1960’s-80’s) and Revolution (the story of The Beatles at Abbey Road), among others.