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16 May 2024

Creative Synchronisation Manager

Do you have 3 + years of experience working in music licensing?

Do you enjoy working in the music industry?

This client is a leading force in the Australian music industry based in Pyrmont, Sydney with a diverse portfolio of local and international artists. With a rich history and a commitment to innovation, they continually push boundaries, delivering captivating musical experiences across various genres.

In this role, you will be responsible for identifying, securing, and managing licensing and synchronisation opportunities for the client’s extensive music catalogue across various media platforms.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Negotiating and executing licensing agreements
  • Managing contracts and responding to internal and external queries about music licensing
  • Pitching and facilitating synchorisation projects and ensuring timely clearance and efficient delivery of projects
  • Representing clients in both internal and external meetings to drive successful synchorisation outcomes

 

As an ideal candidate, you will have: 

  • 3-5 years of experience in music licensing, synchronisation within the music industry
  • Strong understanding of copyright laws, clearance processes and project management principles
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships with key stakeholders, negotiate licensing agreements and manage projects effectively
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work collaboratively in a dynamic and fast paced environment

 

Perks of the Job:

  • Possibility of internal movements into another role
  • Hybrid working arrangement
  • Genuine training & development opportunities
  • Collaborative culture

 

If you are an experienced Creative Synchronisation Manager looking for a short term contract role where you can have a big impact – this role offers an exciting opportunity for you to be part of their business.

Due to the volume of applications, we can only reply to candidates who are suitable for our current roles.

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