NEWS : WED, APR 12, 2017 at 1:30 PM

Sub Pop is Hiring A Music Licensing Coordinator! (UPDATE: the position has been filled)

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Sub Pop is seeking a Music Licensing Coordinator in our Seattle office. We’re looking for an individual who has great interpersonal skills, is a self-starter, is detail-oriented and has the ability to work in an open group environment. This is an entry-level position that reports directly to the Director of Licensing.

Specific Responsibilities include:

-    Working to place our catalog in advertisements, TV, film, video games, web-videos, social media, podcasts and more by fielding and responding to music searches and licensing requests.

-   Actively pitching our catalog in a manner tailored to the taste and project requirements of individual music supervisors, editors, filmmakers and producers.

-   Listening to and quickly learning a large catalog of material and applying that knowledge to searches/requests for material.

-   Tagging, organizing and maintaining the licensing website and licensing database.

-   Managing outstanding invoices and licenses.

-   Logging all licensing and publishing activity and preparing biannual reports on such activity.

-   Developing and maintaining relationships directly with music supervisors, ad agencies filmmakers and other potential licensing contacts.

-   Organizing and attending artist functions for music supervisors, ad agencies and others when appropriate.

-   Coordinating with the marketing department regarding new releases, attending marketing meetings and related artist-specific planning meetings.

-   Sending out email blasts, playlists, show invites and other forms of promotion around our releases.

-   Assisting in quoting, negotiating and preparing synchronization and master use licenses.

 

 Qualifications include:

-   Knowledge and passion for music in general is a must, as is familiarity with the Sub Pop and Hardly Art catalogs.

-   Interest in music licensing, film and advertising.

-   Competent computer skills.

-   Ability to work independently and take initiative.

-   Ability to juggle and prioritize multiple projects.

-   Positive attitude, good communication skills and an enthusiastic team spirit.

 

Please send resume and cover letter to Ruth Kim (ruthk@subpop.com).

Resumes accepted through April 28, 2017


Posted by Rachel White