Account Management – Senior Administrator

The Job

As part of its Contract and Account Management team, Believe Distribution Services is currently looking for an Account Administrator based in India. Working within our international CAM team based in Luxembourg ,the candidate will perform the following tasks irrespective of any Business Units which includes: 

  • Capturing contractual data in our back office tool in order to create/modify our client’s account. 
  • Creating Client or Producers (Labels and Artists) account based on contractual data received from Label Managers request sent via Believe’s ticketing system (JIRA) 
  • Handle several other tasks which might occur during client’s account life (transfers of release, data change, product price etc.) 
  • Terminate, amend account in Intranet based on JIRA tickets & contract amendments. 
  • Take in charge any catalog transfer between 2 accounts, based on JIRA ticket and contractual documents. 
  • Perform 2nd level on control to ensure reliability and exhaustivity for all above mentioned task. 
  • Respect 24h SLA for all above mentioned tasks 
  • Ensure proper coordination with the central team of Believe for contracts and account management. 
  • You would be exchanging your daily tasks with your international counterpart CAM colleagues based in Luxembourg frequently but also with people from IT, Sales and Finance depts which would not be limited. 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree 
  • Keen interest in learning about music industry, new technologies, digital music platforms etc. 
  • Proactive and willing to improve process and tools. 
  • Organized, reliable, and independent 
  • Motivated and curious, you know how to prioritize the work given. 
  • Team spirit 
  • Proficient using Microsoft Office and keen eyes on detailed information
  • Fluency in English is mandatory, both written and spoken 
  • Knowing French would be a Big Plus. 

Additional Information

Benefits @Believe:

#Flexibility – Just punch in leaves, not intime and out time

#Office perks – a game of foosball, table tennis to bat the afternoon lackluster, free event pass for exclusive and limited shows, music subscription, etc

#Wellbeing – Caring by EUTELMED, professionals are at your disposal for advice and support, in your own language and culture

#Transperancy – engaged in secondary activity just disclose it to us

#Compensation – Tailor made flexi pay plan for tax saving

#Sustainability – You can be a part of CSR program, represent yourself as a #shaper and contribute to a better future.

Disclosure:

Believe strongly promotes equal treatment regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, physical abilities, religious beliefs, political beliefs, or other ideologies.

 Manager: Revenue Optimization (Copyright)

The Job

Reporting to:  Head of Rights 

Department Objectives 

The Revenue Optimisation team sits within Sentric’s Rights division. Its objectives are: 

  • To maximise revenue streams from all potential sources. 

  • To identify areas of potential income growth for client’s catalogues. 

  • To partner with internal teams to ensure client expectations are exceeded, ensuring significant retention and renewal levels are maintained. 

  • To ensure clients are at the centre of all activity, ensuring Sentric’s ethos of fairness, transparency and customer focus is evident at all times. 

Job Summary 

The Manager: Revenue Optimisation will lead on ensuring all opportunities to fully maximise potential sources of publishing related income are identified and maximised. They will use their knowledge of additional royalty generating opportunities to give direction on areas of focus for the Live Claims and Income Tracking teams. They will oversee the work of the audit team (in collaboration with the Copyright Assurance Officer and Insights Team), using data analysis to identify any actions required to ensure everything is in place to allow for maximum revenue optimisation.   

Job Description 

Team Management 

  • Liaise with Team Leaders to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Live Claims, Audit & Activity Tracking teams, using data and experience to identify key areas of focus. 

  • Continually assess the operations of the Live Claims, Audit & Activity Tracking teams and work with management to implement improvements. 

  • Set and ensure KPIs are being met both internally and across collection network. 

  • Work with Head of Rights to ensure the continual development of Copyright team skills.  

Tracking 

  • Exploring all avenues of Revenue Optimisation to ensure our clients catalogues are returning maximum value. 

  • Working with the tracking team to give direction on focus for generating royalties and reviewing results to report back to business. 

  • Identifying and assessing new opportunities for revenue maximisation 

Live Claims 

  • Working with team leader to ensure efficient processing of live claims. 

  • Identifying and assessing potential value and opportunity of live sector 

  • Working with internal stakeholders to develop software systems. 

Audit 

  • Provide direction on focus of audit activity. 

  • Working across teams with result of audit information to ensure actions are taken to optimise revenue. 

  • Work with Insights, Audit & Copyright Officer Assurance Officer to provide reports to Director of Rights on performance of CMO’s in relation to catalogue registrations. 

Qualifications

Skills 

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills 

  • Keen attention to detail, accuracy and detail-driven 

  • Demonstrable, prioritisation, organisation and deadline management skills required. 

  • High level of numeracy 

  • Strong analytical mindset 

  • Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel essential 

  • SQL and/or BI software knowledge (desirable)  

Knowledge 

  • Understanding of the music publishing industry. 

  • Knowledge of music society processes across multiple royalty streams. 

Attitude 

  • Positive approach to problem solving. 

  • Enthusiasm for working with artists and business partners at all levels. 

  • Collaborative approach to outcomes 

  • Ability to maintain a professional manner.  

  • Persistent drive to complete tasks in accurate and timely manner. 

Experience 

  • 5+ years music publishing experience. 

  • 5+ years team management experience 

  • Prior experience of royalty tracking essential 

Additional Information

Rock The Job 

  • Hybrid remote working policy

  • Regular travel to Liverpool or London depending on base 

  • Private Health Care 

  • Pension plan 

  • 25 days annual leave, + 1 day for your birthday 

  • Life assurance and long-term disability cover   

  • Access a digital mental health and well-being platform 

  • Tailor-made training and coaching program 

  • Enhanced sickness pay and maternity/paternity cover 

Must have the right to work in the UK, otherwise, the application will not be considered. 

We are committed to having a workforce that is representative of the community it serves at all levels of the organisation. We, therefore, welcome applications from all backgrounds and all sections of the community regardless of age, disability, gender, race, religion and sexual orientation.

Manager: Copyright (Onboarding and Registrations)

The Job

Reporting to: Head of Rights 

Location:  ideally Liverpool (re-location package to Liverpool available) or London
 

Department Objectives 

The Copyright Team sits within Sentric’s Rights division. Its objectives are:  

  • To ensure accurate and timely registration of client’s copyrights around the world. 

  • To maximise revenue streams from all potential sources.  

  • To identify areas of potential income growth for client’s catalogues.  

  • To partner with internal teams to ensure client expectations are exceeded, ensuring significant retention and renewal levels are maintained. 

  • To ensure clients are at the centre of all activity, ensuring Sentric’s ethos of fairness, transparency and customer focus is evident at all times. 

Job Summary 

The Manager: Copyright (Onboarding and Registrations) will oversee the global copyright operations across Sentric’s extensive collection network. Working with the copyright teams, they will ensure the accurate and timely registrations are made worldwide and act as the authority on copyright matters within the company.  

Taking a data lead approach, the successful candidate will use these insights, along with their knowledge and experience, to further the copyright team’s continual pursuit of operational excellence. They will interact with internal teams, other publishers and CMOs around the world in to keep information flowing while working to identify and solve any potential problems. 

 Job Description :

Team Management  

  • Liaise with team leaders to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Copyright teams, using data and experience to identify key areas of focus.  

  • Act as the key authority on Copyright matters, offering advice on complex issues so that they are resolved in a timely manner.  

  • Continually assess the operations of the Copyright teams and work with management to implement improvements. 

  • Work with international Copyright Managers to develop processes in new markets. 

  • Set and ensure KPIs are being met both internally and across collection network. 

  • Work with Head of Rights to ensure the continual development of Copyright team skills.  

Catalogue Maintenance 

  • Identify and ensure action is taken to ensure comprehensive coverage exists across collection network worldwide. 

  • Provide key advice for complex catalogues to ensure the successful onboarding within Sentric’s systems and at CMOs worldwide.  

  • Work with Head of Rights to identify potential improvements to internal systems to improve efficiency of copyright operations. 

Stakeholder Interaction 

  • Provide insight across business to ensure copyright matters are addressed and understanding on Copyright team operations is clear. 

  • Present regular updates to management on team performance against agreed KPIs and progress on key projects. 

  • Interact with key clients and act as an authority on copyright matters to present information on the progress of their catalogue. 

  • Work with Director of Rights to develop and maintain relationships at key CMO partners worldwide.

Qualifications

Skills 

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills 

  • Keen attention to detail, accuracy and detail-driven 

  • Demonstrable, prioritisation, organisation and deadline management skills required. 

  • High level of numeracy 

  • Data analysis skills essential 

  • Advance Excel skills important 

  • Practical knowledge of SQL preferred 

Knowledge 

  • In depth understanding of the music publishing industry is essential 

  • Ability to interpret CWR file content important 

Attitude 

  • Positive approach to problem solving. 

  • Enthusiasm for working with business partners at all levels. 

  • Collaborative approach to outcomes 

  • Persistent drive to complete tasks in accurate and timely manner 

Experience 

  • 8 years+ experience leading a publishing copyright operation. 

  • Team management and working to KPIs.  

  • Experience interacting with PROs across different countries. 

  • Extensive network of contacts across publishers. 

Additional Information

Rock The Job 

  • Hybrid remote working policy

  • Regular travel to Liverpool or London depending on base 

  • Private Health Care 

  • Pension plan 

  • 25 days annual leave, + 1 day for your birthday 

  • Life assurance and long-term disability cover   

  • Access a digital mental health and well-being platform 

  • Tailor-made training and coaching program 

  • Enhanced sickness pay and maternity/paternity cover 

Must have the right to work in the UK, otherwise, the application will not be considered. 

We are committed to having a workforce that is representative of the community it serves at all levels of the organisation. We, therefore, welcome applications from all backgrounds and all sections of the community regardless of age, disability, gender, race, religion and sexual orientation.

Manager: Catalogue Management (Copyright)

The Job

Reporting to: Head of Rights 

Department Objectives 

The Catalogue Management team sits within Sentric’s Rights division. Its objectives are:  

  • To be responsible for counterclaim resolution and related society and client communications 

  • Handle all communication with external stakeholders in relation to copyright matters 

  • Respond to internal catalogue queries 

  • Actively manage external UGC platforms to maximise revenue for catalogue 

  • Oversee licensing and sample clearance requests 

  • To partner with internal teams to ensure client expectations are exceeded, ensuring significant retention and renewal levels are maintained. 

  • Ensure clients are at the centre of all activity, ensuring Sentric’s ethos of fairness, transparency and customer focus is evident at all times. 

Job Summary 

The Manager: Catalogue Management will oversee counterclaims, communications, and licensing requests for all of Sentric’s catalogues. They will work closely with Team Leads to ensure we are responding to all catalogue related queries coming into the business in a timely and professional manner. They will also work with Team Leads to develop and ensure systems and processes are in place to maximise efficiency and provide reporting to senior management on team performance.  

Job Description 

Team Management 

  • Liaise with Team Leaders to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Counterclaims, Sample & Licensing, UGC and Society Comms team.  

  • Identify and advise on key areas of focus. 

  • Continually assess the operations of the Counterclaims, Samples & Licensing, UGC and Society Comms teams and work with senior management to implement improvements. 

  • Work with senior management to set KPIs and ensure they are being met both internally and externally. 

  • Work with Head of Rights to ensure the continual development of Copyright team skills.  

Catalogue Maintenance 

  • Using knowledge of catalogues, ensure team are equipped to serve as the initial point of contact for copyright related queries from internal teams, clients, and external partners. 

  • Lead on tone of copyright related communication. 

  • Provide support to UGC team on copyright matters affecting catalogue management.  

  • Oversee deal renewal and termination workflows 

Stakeholder Interaction 

  • Provide insight across business to ensure copyright matters are addressed and understanding on catalogue management team operations is clear. 

  • Present regular updates to management on team performance against agreed KPIs and progress on key projects. 

  • Work with Director of Rights to develop and maintain relationships at key CMO partners worldwide. 

Qualifications

Skills 

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with ability to convey information clearly and concisely. 

  • Keen attention to detail, accuracy and detail-driven 

  • Demonstrable, prioritisation, organisation and deadline management skills required. 

  • High level of numeracy 

  • Strong analytical mindset 

  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel 

Knowledge 

  • Excellent understanding of the music publishing industry. 

  • Knowledge of music society processes  

Attitude 

  • Positive approach to problem solving. 

  • Enthusiasm for working with artists and business partners at all levels. 

  • Collaborative approach to outcomes 

  • Ability to maintain a professional manner.  

  • Persistent drive to complete tasks in accurate and timely manner. 

Experience 

  • 5+ years music publishing experience. 

  • 5+ years team management experience 

  • Prior experience of handling collection society communication 

Additional Information

Rock The Job 

  • Office-based role in Liverpool or London. Possibility of two remote working days a week (Tuesdays & Thursdays for Copyright team members) 

  • Regular travel to Liverpool or London depending on base 

  • Private Health Care 

  • Pension plan 

  • 25 days annual leave, + 1 day for your birthday 

  • Life assurance and long-term disability cover   

  • Access a digital mental health and well-being platform 

  • Tailor-made training and coaching program 

  • Enhanced sickness pay and maternity/paternity cover 

 

Must have the right to work in the UK, otherwise, the application will not be considered.

We are committed to having a workforce that is representative of the community it serves at all levels of the organisation. We, therefore, welcome applications from all backgrounds and all sections of the community regardless of age, disability, gender, race, religion and sexual orientation.

TuneCore Services – Right & Catalog Protection – Senior Administrator

The Job

TuneCore Services is looking to hire a Content Infringement Operations team member to deal with right infringements and conflict situations related to our artist’s catalogue. The person shall be reporting to Right and Catalog protection Senior Leader of TuneCore services. As part of our international team based in United States and India, you will be responsible for all aspects of TuneCore’s video monetization services, including communicating with customers regarding video monetization inquiries; managing assets, claims, and policies; and ensuring rights are properly administered within YouTube’s CMS and Facebook Rights Manager. 

Your Day to day responsibilities include:

  • Effective Communication with customers and third parties, by email and phone, regarding video monetization inquiries and conflict/dispute resolutions, addressing issues with speed and efficiency.
  • Perform day-to-day Video CMS tasks (including in YouTube CMS and Facebook Rights Manager) and proactively review and evaluate the content and video claims for accuracy.
  • Review sound recording assets to ensure that only eligible content is delivered to video platforms and that any ineligible content is promptly removed.
  • Research and find patterns to prevent unsanctioned activity. Investigate potential occurrences of activity and report management.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by management on the subjects of Copyright Infringement.
  • Report technical and communication issues in order to better service TuneCore artists.
  • Ensure that  all the KPI’s and SLA’s of TuneCore is well respected to serve the Business

Over and above, the role demands the following from the candidates:

  • Candidate to be operationally working on Zendesk, YouTube CMS, Facebook Rights Manager and iTunes Connect
  • Should be adaptable to working in 24*7 operations following a rostering system of rotational shifts. It would be a 5 day work week, however the shift and week offs would be basis the roster system only

Qualifications

  • Bachelors/Master degree 
  • Having relevant experience in the areas of YouTube Infringement
  • Should have known to handle YouTube CMS
  • Written and spoken English with good communication skills mandatory
  • Passionate YouTube expert with  YouTube Certification and an in-depth knowledge of the YouTube CMS especially with ‘To-Do’s of YT’ CMS which involves Reference overlaps, Potential claims, Invalid reference, Ownership Conflicts etc.
  • Digital friendly Knowledge about music rights management 
  • Organized, reliable, proactive, disciplined, and independent 
  • Team Player, multitasker with excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Proven knowledge and experience in MS Excel
  • Motivated and curious

Additional Information

Benefits @Believe:

#Flexibility – Just punch in leaves, not intime and out time

#Office perks – a game of foosball, table tennis to bat the afternoon lackluster, free event pass for exclusive and limited shows, music subscription, etc

#Wellbeing – Caring by EUTELMED, professionals are at your disposal for advice and support, in your own language and culture

#Transperancy – engaged in secondary activity just disclose it to us

#Compensation – Tailor made flexi pay plan for tax saving

#Sustainability – You can be a part of CSR program, represent yourself as a #shaper and contribute to a better future.

Disclosure:

Believe strongly promotes equal treatment regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, physical abilities, religious beliefs, political beliefs, or other ideologies.

Rights Management Specialist (H/F/N)

The Job

Dans l’équipe Rights Management Services le/la Rights Management Specialist prendra en charge la gestion des Droits Masters et Voisins de nos clients Artistes et Labels sur un scope mondial. Ces droits sont liés à l’utilisation de leur contenu dans les lieux publics, radio, télévision, plateformes digitales, réseaux sociaux. Vous participerez également à la gestion générale des droits liés à la protection du catalogue de nos clients.

Vous gérerez les différentes problématiques end-to-end ainsi que la relation avec les différentes parties prenantes internes et externes :

Activités opérationnelles

  • Supervision de la prestation externalisée de l’activité Droits Voisins (KPIs, SLAs, traitement des exceptions)
  • Gestion des conflits de propriété sur les plateformes YouTube, META, TikTok et négociation auprès des distributeurs concernés (Majors, Indies, DIY)
  • Gestion des conflits de propriété sur les Droits Voisins
  • Participation aux projets stratégiques globaux impliquant la gestion des droits (ex. : intégration des catalogues post rachat d’un label, développement de notre offre Rights as a Service auprès de nos clients à haut potentiel de revenu, etc.)
  • Gestion du service de protection du catalogue (copyright infringement, prévention des leaks)
  • Support aux équipes commerciales sur la gestion des droits et la protection du catalogue de leurs clients
  • Contacts ponctuels avec les plateformes digitales de streaming et les sociétés de gestion collective

Amélioration produit / process

  • Participation aux tests et remontées aux équipes de développement, des bugs / améliorations nécessaires au produit Droits Voisins / Protection du catalogue
  • Revue et amélioration des process actuels

Qualifications

Vous justifiez d’une expérience siginificative de 4 ans minimum sur des fonctions similaires. 

Lors de vos différentes éxpériences vous avez développé des compétences telles que : 

  • Capacité à gérer des problèmes complexes et à proposer des solutions créatives
  • Travail en équipe
  • Excellente communication en interne et en externe
  • Etre orienté/e client
  • Compétences analytiques recommandées (Excel, éventuellement Power BI)

Vous avez aussi acquis des connaissances sur les droits de la musique (la connaissance des droits voisins est un plus)

L’ Anglais courant à l’écrit et à l’oral est indispensable pour ce poste 

Additional Information

Believe s’engage à garantir l’égalité des chances en matière d’emploi, sans tenir compte de l’origine, du genre, de l’âge, de l’orientation sexuelle, de la religion ou de l’état de santé.​

SET THE TONE WITH US

Chez Believe, nous avons deux cœurs : nos collaborateurs et nos artistes.​

Nous croyons en la force de nos collaborateurs, qui s’épanouissent chaque jour en développant leur potentiel… Notre objectif est d’offrir à nos collaborateurs le meilleur environnement possible pour qu’ils puissent s’épanouir.​

ROCK THE JOB ​

  • ​Programme de formation et de coaching sur mesure ​
  • Une politique de télétravail​

  • Un programme de bien-être « Pauses » avec de nombreuses activités et animations en interne​

  • Accès à Eutelmed, la plateforme numérique de santé mentale et de bien-être qui permet de parler à un psychologue expérimenté​

  • Un restaurant d’entreprise sain et éco-responsable​

  • Une assurance santé individuelle ou familiale​

  • Avantages CE ​

  • Un rooftop​

  • Une salle de sport avec des cours gratuits​

​SING IN HARMONY ​

  • ​Des groupes d’ambassadeurs pour s’engager sur la réduction de l’empreinte carbone et environnementale de Believe et l’équité professionnelle Femme/Homme.​
  • Mise en place du Forfait mobilité durable: remboursement jusqu’à 600€ des frais de transport en commun/avec une faible empreinte carbone.​

  • Congé 2nd parent de 5 jours calendaires rémunérés à 100% (en plus du congé légal paternité ou du congé d’adoption, nous ne l’attribuons pas au congé maternité)

Specialist, Copyright Administration

The Job

The Copyright Administration Specialist, reporting to the Copyright Administration Manager, will liaise directly with TuneCore artists and our legal team for all issues related to rights assertion, and help resolve ownership disputes, DMCA claims, and other legal issues related to copyright and intellectual property. They will be responsible for executing the day-to-day operations of the Copyright Administration team, and work collaboratively with TuneCore’s Staff Attorneys, Artist Support, Publishing Administration, Fraud, and Content Review & Rights Administration teams to ensure the legitimacy of our clients’ copyrights.

The ideal candidate has an intermediate understanding of DMCA laws and a basic understanding of mechanical licensing, and other common music licenses. They also have strong written communication and organizational skills.

Specific Duties:

  • Execute the flow of day-to-day operations, prioritize workload, and handle client tickets.
  • Process DMCA, store, and internal claims as is required by law and/or company policy.
  • Respond to basic questions about copyright/IP from clients.
  • Work cross-functionally to resolve copyright and ownership disputes.
  • Communicate with digital music services to facilitate requests for release takedown due to Copyright claims.
  • Contribute to a team environment that encourages accountability, high standards and optimization. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned by management.

Salary: $47,900 – $57,500

Qualifications

  • 1+ years of hands-on experience with Copyright/DMCA in a customer-facing role.
  • 1-2 years of general customer-facing experience in a technical or entertainment industry environment.
  • Trust & safety/operations management experience preferred.
  • Experience working with creatives preferred.

Education:

  • BA/BS preferred.

Knowledge/Certifications:

  • Excellent communication skills: written, verbal and interpersonal.
  • Strong problem-solving and decision-making skills.
  • Intermediate understanding of copyright/IP in a high-tech environment
  • Proactive, energetic attitude with a desire to work in a results-oriented and deadline-driven environment.
  • Familiarity with Jira or other issue-tracking software.

Additional Information

Other Duties Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive list of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job:

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand; walk; use hands to fingers, handle or feel; and reach with hands and arms.
  • This position requires the ability to occasionally lift office products and supplies, up to 20 pounds.

Relations with Others:

  • Content Operations and Legal
  • Customer Care
  • Artist & Partner Relations
  • Fraud Prevention
  • Finance
  • Product
  • Publishing Administration
  • Technology

Where you’ll be

This role will be based out of our Nashville office. TuneCore operates on an in-office and remote hybrid model giving our teams flexibility and choice of how they work. When our employees return to the office post COVID they will have the option to work predominantly remotely and work from the office 7 days per month on a flexible schedule organized at the department level.

Other Duties

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive list of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Working At TuneCore 

Our Values:  

TuneCore is a team of creators, for creators. Our mission is to support our artists and labels at every stage of their careers. Our driving forces are fairness, expertise, respect and transparency. As global citizens, we believe that if we build more diverse, equitable and inclusive teams across our company, we will collectively create and offer more innovative solutions and better serve our artists, labels, partners, and employees.  

We strive to build a company that reflects the communities we serve and embraces the diversity of the world we live in, where each person’s unique perspective is valued, and where everyone has the same opportunities and is supported in their personal and professional growth. From our hiring practices to the culture we create and nurture, we are committed to listening, learning and evolving. Our goal is to make TuneCore an inspirational place that feels comfortable and familiar no matter how you look, where you call home, who you love, what you believe, or what’s on your playlist. 

CSR Strategy: Shaping Music for Good 

Our core values are put into action through Shaping Music for Good, Believe and TuneCore’s global corporate social responsibility strategy, integrated at all levels of the company and at the heart of our business model.   

 We strive to shape the music industry for good by building trusting relationships with artists and partners, investing in the growth and talent development of our local markets, and empowering our community to positively impact society. We work to achieve progress on our core priorities: gender equity, diversity, equity & inclusion, environmental sustainability, and wellness for our employees, artists, and industry partners.  

Shapers Program 
Employees have the opportunity to join the Shapers Program, a resource group made up of teammates who want to dedicate their time and skills to Shaping Music For Good initiatives. Shapers develop action plans, educate teammates, support the implementation of programs, and inspire action within the organization on causes and issues that align with TuneCore and Believe’s SMFG priorities.  

BE THE CHANGE 

As part of our commitment to gender equity in the industry, TuneCore and Believe partnered with leading marketing intelligence and consulting firm MIDiA Research in 2021 for a groundbreaking study on the underrepresentation of female creators in the music industry.  For the fourth annual study, BE THE CHANGE: Gender Equity in Music, MIDiA Research surveyed more than 4,100 members of the music industry—with a predominant focus on creators—in an effort to better understand their struggles and provide tangible strategies to help them overcome their challenges. Our intent for this study is to inspire meaningful change in the industry. 

Recognition and Awards:

Fast Company’s 10 Most Innovative Companies in Music list (2023 & 2024)

  • Crain’s Best Places to Work in NYC (2022 & 2023)

  • Billboard Women in Music List: Andreea Gleeson, CEO (2023 & 2024)

  • Billboard Indie Power Players List: Andreea Gleeson, CEO (2021, 2022, 2023)

  • Billboard’s International Power Players List, Andreea Gleeson, CEO (2021, 2022, 2023, 2024)

Benefits & Perks: 

At TuneCore we’re committed to the well-being of our employees and aim to create a workplace that fosters both personal and professional growth. Our inclusive benefits include, but are not limited to: 

  • Paid Time Off including vacation, holidays, paid bereavement, unlimited paid sick days, and company-wide week off between Christmas and New Years—every employee needs time to take care of themselves and their family.

  • “Wellness Fridays” year-round (close at 1pm on Fridays) 

  • Universal Paid Parental Leave for both parents – because we know your newest family member(s) deserve your undivided attention. 

  • Comprehensive health, vision, dental, FSA and dependent care from day 1 of employment – your health comes first. 

  • 401k match – an investment in your future. 

  • Company wide events, outings and volunteer days – we have team spirit and know how to have fun! 

  • Hybrid Work – employees have the option to work primarily remotely and work from the office 7 days per month on a flexible schedule organized at the department level, in accordance with Company policies. 

  • Learning and development opportunities and career development training – we believe in promoting and growing our leadership from within the company and proactively invest in our people. 

  • Free distribution subscription for employees – so you can experience the magic of releasing music worldwide (and give us valuable feedback!). 

TuneCore and Believe are Equal Opportunity Employers. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We encourage applicants of all backgrounds to apply. All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.  

  

Contract Management Specialist (H/F/N)

The Job

The Contract Management Specialist is responsible for:

·     Reviewing, validating and signing contracts for Label & Artist Solutions and Artist Services business units.

  • Reviewing contracts’ operability to make sure Believe is able to execute as committed
  • Checking producer data and legal entities in contracts as per KYC procedures.
  • Analyzing and treatment of contractual deviations compared to standard clauses.
  • Drafting Amendments according negotiations to support Sales teams
  • Setting up contracts in our back-office systems (manual or automated)
  • Controlling contractual data inserted in our contract management back-office tools.
  • Own a customer portfolio/region and manage KPI’s and SLA improvements
  • Coaching and Supporting local teams to explain Believe processes and anticipate changes.
  • Act as Business Partner for Sales to support and improve contractual workflows
  • Improve Time to sign and Cost to sign
  • Participating to ad-hoc projects

 

 

Qualifications

Profile requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in law resp. Contract Management or equivalent background experience
  • Understanding of contract T&C’s and contract law
  • Drafting of specific clauses
  • Collaboration & Relationship management with Internal stakeholders
  • Communication skills
  • Process & Support oriented
  • English, French – Any other language will be considered as a plus.

Additional Information

SET THE TONE WITH US

Working at Believe means having individual and collective impact in a fast-growing company!  ​

At all stages of their careers, Believers are an important part of what we are doing: shaping the future of the music industry. ​

We need teams that truly reflect the diversity of our clients: our international presence is an inspiring and enriching work environment for each one of us, with daily opportunities to connect with our colleagues all over the world. ​

We have two hearts at Believe – our People and our Artists. ​

We believe in THE POWER OF OUR PEOPLE, who grow every day to develop their potential… We aim to provide our Believers with the best environment to thrive. ​

ROCK THE JOB ​

  • Tailor-made training and coaching program ​

  • Remote working policy​

  • A well being program​

  • Health insurance 100% paid by Believe for the employee’s enrollment ​

  • Access to Eutelmed, a digital mental health and well-being platform that allows you to speak with an experienced psychologist​

  • Life insurance 100% paid by Believe​

  • Meal tickets Sodexo ​

SING IN HARMONY  ​

  • Ambassador program: an employee volunteering initiative dedicated to all Believers interested in having a positive impact on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI), wellbeing and the planet.​

We are committed to having a workforce that is representative of the community it serves at all levels of the organisation. We, therefore, welcome applications from all backgrounds and all sections of the community regardless of age, disability, gender, race, religion and sexual orientation.

Legal Counsel (m/w/d)

The Job

Zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt suchen wir am Standort Hamburg, Berlin oder Köln einen Legal Counsel (m/w/d). Die Stelle ist auf 12 Monate befristet!

  • Als Legal Counsel der Believe Germany Gruppe berätst Du unsere Teams Artist Services & Distribution, Repertoire & Development, Labelmanagement und Finance bei der Anbahnung neuer Vertriebsverträge
  • Dabei bist Du in der Gestaltung, der Verhandlung und Prüfung von Verträgen und Vertragselementen ein zuverlässiger Sparringspartner
  • Damit unsere Verträge einerseits rechtssicher aber andererseits konsequent customer-centric sind, bist Du ebenfalls für die Dokumentation sogenannter Dealbreaker & Diskussionspunkte im Rahmen der Vertragsverhandlungen verantwortlich
  • Außerdem entwirfst, prüfst, verhandelst und erläuterst Du sonstige operative Verträge (Künstler*Innenverträge/Bandübernahmeverträge, Vertriebsverträge) für die gesamte Believe Germany Gruppe
  • Für deine Kolleg*Innen bist Du auch in allgemeinen rechtlichen Anfragen da 
    • Information und Erläuterung der Vertragsinhalte bei Rückfragen und Beantwortung allgemeiner rechtlicher Anfragen aus den jeweiligen Fachabteilungen
  • Archivierung der abgeschlossenen Verträge

 

Qualifications

 

  • Du bist Volljurist*in (m/w/d) mit einem überdurchschnittlichen Examen, Schwerpunk Vertrags- und Wirtschaftsrecht
  • Du hast einschlägige Erfahrung in einer international ausgerichteten Anwaltskanzlei, einem international agierenden Wirtschaftsunternehmen aus der Medienbranche sammeln können; idealerweise in der Musikindustrie oder dem Verlagswesen
  • Sehr gute Kenntnisse in den Bereichen Vertragsprüfung und -gestaltung, Urheberrecht und Lizensierung
  • Erfahrung in der Prüfung & Verhandlung von komplexen (Dienstleistungs-, Lizenz-) Verträgen
  • Sehr gute Deutsch- und Englischkenntnisse; weitere europäische Fremdsprachenkenntnisse sind von Vorteil
  • Du passt deine Kommunikation spielerisch Deiner Zielgruppe an, bist stark in der Verhandlung und Argumentation; hast ein Auge für Details
  • Du arbeitest selbstständig und bist in der Lage Dich schnell in neue Fragestellungen und Themengebiete einzudenken

Additional Information

Du bist motiviert, kommunikativ, musikinteressiert, arbeitest strukturiert und schätzt einen kreativen Austausch im Team? Dann freuen wir uns auf Deine Bewerbung!

KONTAKT: 

Bei Fragen oder wenn Du noch mehr Infos zur Stelle haben möchtest, komme gerne auf unser Recruiting-Team (recruiting.germany@believe.com) zu. 

Das bieten wir Dir: 

  • Work-Life-Balance: Flexible Arbeitszeiten, anpassungsfähiges Modell für Büro- und Remote-Arbeit und bis zu 20 Tage Workation innerhalb der EU.
  • Mobilität: Sei bundesweit mobil mit einem subventionierten Deutschland Ticket oder nutze unsere Möglichkeit ein Fahrrad via Jobrad zu leasen.
  • Gesundheit am Arbeitsplatz: Physische und mentale Gesundheit sind uns wichtig. Vergünstigte Sportmitgliedschaften (Urban Sports Club) und Zugang zu privaten Sitzungen mit professionellen Psychologen in Kooperation mit Eutelmed und Fürstenberg. 
  • Shopping: Nutze das vielfältige Angebot und die Aktionen unseres Partners Mitarbeitervorteile.de.  
  • Soziales Engagement: Vielfalt fördern und sich für eine faire, tolerante und sozial nachhaltige Gesellschaft innerhalb des Unternehmens einsetzen. 
  • Unsere Unternehmenskultur: Offenheit und Inklusion stehen im Mittelpunkt, basierend auf den Werten Respekt, Fairness und Transparenz. Arbeit und Spaß gehen Hand in Hand. 
  • Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten: Spannende Aufgaben, kreative Freiheit und langfristige Karriereperspektiven in einem wachsenden internationalen Unternehmen. Jährliche Entwicklungsgespräche, kostenfreie E-Learning-Lösungen und individuelle Weiterbildungsoptionen. 

Gleiche Chancen für alle: Wir setzen uns für eine vielfältige und inklusive Kultur ein, die die besten Talente anzieht und unsere Vision vorantreibt. Wir heißen ausdrücklich Kandidat*innen jeder Religion, Herkunft, Geschlechtsidentität, sexueller Orientierung, Alter oder Familienstand willkommen. 

Bewirb Dich einfach, selbst wenn Du nicht alle Erwartungen erfüllst. Studien zeigen, dass sich durchschnittlich mehr Männer auf einen Job bewerben, wenn sie 60% der Erwartungen erfüllen, während Frauen / nicht-binäre Personen sich nur bewerben, wenn sie eine höhere Prozentzahl erfüllen. Lass uns Dich kennenlernen und sehen, was Du mitbringst!

Senior M&A Lawyer (H/F)

The Job

Dans un contexte de forte croissance en France comme à l’international et sous la responsabilité du Head of M&A et en « dotted line » avec la Direction Juridique Groupe, le Senior M&A Lawyer participera à la politique M&A du Groupe et prendra en charge l’ensemble des problématiques juridiques relatives à la croissance externe de Believe, en ce compris : 

–  Participation aux négociations d’acquisitions de sociétés et de projets de joint-ventures ;

–  Support expert juridique dédié à l’équipe M&A ;

–  Négociation, rédaction et revue de tous types de contrats et de documents relatifs aux opérations de M&A (contrats d’acquisition, pactes d’actionnaires, lettres d’intention, accords de confidentialité, GAP, etc.) ;

–  Préparation de la documentation corporate et gouvernance (conseil d’administration, etc.) en lien avec ces projets M&A ;

–  Assistance au closing et gestion du suivi post-closing telles que la mise en jeu des garanties, les contentieux M&A, etc. ;

–  Accompagnement des services support et opérationnels dans les Business Units concernées, en vue de l’intégration des nouvelles entités ;

–  Coordination des relations avec les conseils extérieurs et suivi de leurs travaux.

Le Senior M&A lawyer veillera également au respect des règles et des procédures internes, ainsi qu’aux principes de gouvernance du Groupe.

Qualifications

Doté(e) d’une solide formation juridique universitaire (Master 2, obtention du CAPA souhaitée), vous disposez de connaissances approfondies en droit des affaires, et tout particulièrement en M&A, et potentiellement en droit du financement.

Vous avez déjà une expérience d’au moins 5 ans au sein de directions juridiques et/ou cabinets d’avocats et vous avez évolué dans un environnement international.

Vous avez une expérience solide de gestion des dossiers M&A de bout en bout (de la structuration au post-closing) en coordination avec les autres fonctions (M&A, Finance, Opérations, etc.).

Vous appréciez travailler en équipe, et avez de bonnes aptitudes relationnelles et commerciales.

Additional Information

SET THE TONE WITH US

  • Chez Believe, nous avons deux cœurs : nos collaborateurs et nos artistes.​
  • Nous croyons en la force de nos collaborateurs, qui s’épanouissent chaque jour en développant leur potentiel… Notre objectif est d’offrir à nos collaborateurs le meilleur environnement possible pour qu’ils puissent s’épanouir.​

ROCK THE JOB ​

  • Programme de formation et de coaching sur-mesure ​

  • Une politique de télétravail​

  • Un programme de bien-être « Pauses » avec de nombreuses activités et animations​

  • Accès à Eutelmed, la plateforme numérique de santé mentale et de bien-être qui permet de parler à un psychologue expérimenté​

  • Un restaurant d’entreprise sain et éco-responsable​

  • Une assurance santé individuelle ou familiale​

  • Avantages CE ​

  • Un rooftop​

  • Une salle de sport avec des cours gratuits​

SING IN HARMONY ​

  • Programme Ambassadeur : la possibilité pour tous les Believers de participer à des initiatives de bénévolat afin d’avoir un impact positif sur la diversité, l’équité et l’inclusion (DEI), le bien-être et la planète.​

  • Mise en place du Forfait mobilité durable: remboursement jusqu’à 600€ des frais de transport en commun/avec une faible empreinte carbone.​

  • Congé 2nd parent de 5 jours calendaires rémunérés à 100% (en plus du congé légal paternité ou du congé d’adoption, nous ne l’attribuons pas au congé maternité)​

Believe s’engage à garantir l’égalité des chances en matière d’emploi, sans tenir compte de l’origine, du genre, de l’âge, de l’orientation sexuelle, de la religion ou de l’état de santé.

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