Social Media Intern (M/F/D)

The Job

Nuclear Blast, one of the world-leading Heavy Metal music labels, is looking for a SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN (M/F/D) in London. A part of Believe, Nuclear Blast has offices in the UK, US, Germany and France. Nuclear Blast and Believe are above all else, passionate for music and tech, with Nuclear Blast specializing in all things Metal – music, merchandise, and an incredible community of fans.

As Social Media Intern, you will support all aspects of social media marketing of the Nuclear Blast label and all related artists. You are interested in new challenges in marketing and new media and content creation are your core competencies. Motivated, ambitious and with the passion to constantly educate yourself, as well as an organizational talent that keeps an eye on the details, you are perfectly suited for this position.

As an ideal candidate you are familiar with all varieties of the metal genre and have experience in working with/using social platforms (mainly Instagram and TikTok). 

Core missions would include:


  • Update Social team’s Trello with new releases
  • Source videos from Digital Marketing Managers and gather for weekly content brief
  • Delivering weekly briefs to our content creator/in-house
  • Deliver content to Digital Marketing team for approval 


  • Research TikTok trends with a view to repurposing for the label account
  • Hashtag research for Instagram + TikTok
  • Help to build database of brands, influencers and channels we can collaborate with (both socials and Spotify)


  • Maintain weekly reports tracking NB social growth
  • Maintain weekly reports for Spotify playlists

Content ideas:

  • Maintain databases of editorial content + live chats for socials
  • Maintain and grow the On This Day database
  • Forecasting gaps in the social schedule and gathering assets / ideas for On This day posts


  • Creating thumbnails / screen shots for social posts
  • Support in maintaining NB Spotify playlists
  • Input into content creation for TikTok / younger generation 


  • Related experience and/or training
  • Team spirit!
  • Knowledge of the metal genre, artists and record labels
  • Strong knowledge of social media and social campaign strategies
  • Understanding and working experience with analytical instruments on social media (Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, Facebook)
  • Strong organizational and problem-solving skills; ability to manage priorities and workflow autonomously, be flexible and meet multiple deadlines
  • Knowledgeable about social trends
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills (English)
  • PC- & related software, including Outlook, MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint, FTP, and internet search engines
  • Proficiency in Adobe creative suite, or Final Cut is a plus
  • Being comfortable filming, being filmed and sharing their ideas and inspirations is a plus

Additional Information

We are a team that wants to achieve a lot in a dynamic and creative working environment. Short decision-making processes and room for own ideas are important to us.

We stand for best service, fairness and transparency in our cooperation and meet artists, partners and employees at eye level. We are united by our passion for music and exciting projects.

Believe and Nuclear Blast are committed to ensuring equal opportunities in employment, regardless of origin, sex, morals, sexual orientation, gender, age, family status pregnancy, race, political opinions, trade union activities, religious beliefs, physical appearance, family name, place of residence, state of health, or disability. 

CSR & Engagement Specialist/Manager – Europe

The Job

« You want to participate in Believe’s CSR ambition « Shaping Music for Good ». You are proud to be part of the Believe adventure because you know that your actions have an impact, and contribute to a transparent, fair and respectful digital music industry. You want to grow and develop within Believe, in an international and fast-growing environment. You are energized by the idea of collaborating with diverse teams of colleagues and partners who are passionate about the world of music and technology. You feel like you can be yourself and that you belong.


As CSR & Engagement Specialist you will report to the Group CSR & Engagement Director. Within the CSR & Engagement team, you will work closely with the CSR & Engagement Specialists for the Americas and APAC regions, as well as with the Central and European HR and Communication teams. You will have the following missions:

Structuring, consulting, best practices

–  Contribute to the definition of our CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) policy and to the deployment of structuring programs for the Group and priority actions, in particular in the areas of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), gender equity (training, gender index, monitoring of objectives, etc.) and well-being.

–  Contribute to the definition and implementation of best practices/ambassador guidelines and governance at Group level, and in particular for the Believe for People/Parity network.

Deployment and support in Europe

– Define and deploy the CSR roadmap in Europe (objectives, initiatives, monitoring), in coordination with local managers, business teams and the HR network and our various stakeholders in the different countries in Europe (mainly UK, France, Germany, Italy, Eastern Europe…)

–  Contribute to the deployment of internal surveys to measure the engagement and well-being of employees and support HR and managers in the analysis of results and the implementation of improvement actions, in coordination with People & Engagement manager.

– Participate in and implement initiatives that promote the employee experience and engagement (induction program for new employees, volunteer/CSR citizen day, etc.) in the UK, France and other countries in Europe

– Contribute to promote and develop initiatives in favor of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Europe and coordinate partneships in Europe.

–  Animate the People / Parity  / Planet employees ambassadors network in Europe (increase the number of ambassadors and monitor/measure the quality and results of contributions)

–  Contribute to the CSR reporting and report (collection and writing of examples) and to the analysis of results and dashboards for Europe

Partnerships and Communication

–  Contribute to the CSR communication plan and activities in collaboration with People& Engagement specialist, the Talent Acquisition and Communication teams to build and promote a strong local employer brand through our CSR commitments

– Propose and coordinate partnerships in Europe and implement communication actions in coordination with the communication, business and HR teams, in order to promote our CSR policy and enhance the value of our teams, actions and results (internally and externally).

–  Contribute to the creation of content with the communication and HR team (articles, interviews/videos…)


You are passionate about CSR, diversity, equity and inclusion issues, enthusiastic about working on employee engagement, well-being and planet challenges, and eager to make a positive impact.

You have at least 5 years of experience in managing international projects around engagement, diversity and inclusion, and CSR and/or HR topics.

You are recognized for your ability to listen, synthesize and analyze quantitative and qualitative data.

You know how to structure ideas in order to build a concept and project.

You have excellent communication skills and are able to clearly articulate messages in English, both in writing and orally, to audiences at all levels of the company. You have a strong ability to facilitate workshops. Speaking French will be a plus.

You have a strong teamspirit and know how to collaborate effectively with teams from different locations and cultures.

You are autonomous and have a strong sense of initiative.

If you recognize yourself and have previous experience in employee engagement, CSR implementation, HR development or change management in an international environment, this is the job for you!

We will also appreciate your agility, your sense of innovation, your excellent relational skills and your enthusiasm!

At Believe, our leitmotiv is simple: open-mindedness, passion and involvement!


Additional Information

Believe is committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender, age, marital status, pregnancy status, political opinions, union activities, religious beliefs, physical appearance, last name, place of residence, health status, or disability

Hiring process: 

Head of Video UK & Audience Development

The Job

Our mission is to provide the best distribution services for independent labels and artists with passion, innovation, care and transparency.  

As a Head of Video & Audience Development, you will be responsible for a team of Channel Managers and lead the team to deliver our services. Thanks to a perfect understanding of our products and clients’ needs, a solid marketing strategy, and in-depth thinking of the music market, you will be able to build the best audience development strategy for our artists & labels and lead your team of Channel Managers.  



1/ Team Management 

  • Provide daily support to Channel Managers team on their important issues and ensure internal video processes application 

  • Onboarding and Training of new Channel Managers  

  • Ensure the highest level of expertise of the team with the latest industry best practices and internal new tools 

  • OKRs definition and monitoring, aligned with Regional Business Objectives and global VAD OKRs 

  • Work with the Global Head of VAD – LAS in order to help localize global strategies for the teams 

  • Ensure that all Channel Managers are available and participate in projects coming from the Global team 

  • Provide updates and solutions on issues with processes, internal tools or platforms to the Global Head of VAD 

2/ Audience Development 

  • Identify and monitor key metrics to optimize account performance across different DSPs & SoMe 

  • Develop and implement a content strategy across the Business Unit to ensure audience development and revenue growth 

  • Elaboration of regional business reviews focusing on account KPIs & best practices implementation 

  • Investigative mindset regarding market trends 

  • Ensure that qualified clients renew their contracts 

4/ Sales 

  • Regional market prospection with the goal to find artists & labels to pitch 

  • Provide strategic feedback and advice to Heads of Sales and Distribution to determine and adjust business objectives 

  • Produce the supporting materials and participate in target and client’s meetings 

  • Work with HoS to ensure client portfolio renewal  

  • Build and maintain the highest level of relationship with key video platforms & SoMe in the region 


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent practical experience (Business, Marketing, Communication or any other related) 

  • Experience in team management and in the music industry 

  • Excellent written and oral communication in English 

  • Data-driven mindset and strong analytical skills 

  • YouTube CMS & Social Media experience 

  • Previous experience in DSPs is a bonus  

  • Structured, priority-driven and with the ability to multi-task and juggle various projects at the same time 

  • Passionate about music, social media and digital marketing 

  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills 

  • Knowledge of (INSERT COUNTRY) music market 

Additional Information

Believe is committed to ensuring equal opportunities in employment, regardless of origin, sex, morals, sexual orientation, gender, age, family status pregnancy, political opinions, trade union activities, religious beliefs, physical appearance, family name, place of residence, state of health, or disability. 

Marketing Manager (Rap / Dance)

The Job

Managing a wide range of artists across our growing frontline Rap / Dance roster, this role is tasked with creating, delivering and co-ordinating marketing and promotional campaigns for domestic and international releases.  

Working autonomously and as part of the Artist Services team, the Marketing Manager is in charge of co-ordinating releases and driving campaigns through to completion.  

Responsibilities include:

  • Strategic campaign planning and product creation
  • Liaising directly with artists and artist managements to deliver creative and successful campaigns
  • Working closely with the A&R team to coordinate product delivery and campaign timelines 
  • Asset creation (artwork, photos, videos, etc.) 
  • Sourcing and managing press, online, radio and TV teams for each project 
  • Working with the Digital Marketing team to deliver creative, innovative and efficient digital advertising and social media campaigns
  • Working with internal teams to develop streaming strategy and innovative activations across DSPs
  • Working with the International Marketing team to roll out campaigns in international markets
  • Working with external creative and media buying agencies
  • Managing budgets
  • Delivering sales and marketing reports to all teams 


  • Passion for Rap / Dance music 
  • Minimum of 2 years appropriate experience
  • Ability to confidently plan, manage and deliver campaigns to a high standard
  • Experience of liaising with artists, managers and other third party stakeholders
  • Motivated to work with a fast moving and rapidly developing roster
  • Capable of juggling various projects at the same time
  • Good understanding of data analysis and consumer insights
  • Creative mindset and hunger for digital activations
  • Knowledgeable about market trends, music industry developments and digital innovations
  • Highly motivated and organised with excellent time management skills
  • A team player with creative ideas and a positive attitude
  • Open to using innovative marketing tools
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Additional Information

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

Business Development Manager – Dance/Electronic (M/W)

The Job

Our mission is to provide the best distribution services for independent labels and artists with passion, innovation, care, and transparency. 

As the senior global salesperson for Believe Electronic you will define and implement the sourcing and acquisitions strategy for labels & artists for our dedicated electronic division.

Utilising your network, market analysis, business, label, and artist relations, you will be able to source and identify labels & artists who would benefit from joining our electronic division. Carrying out first discussions with labels and artists and their management, you will be able to identify their needs and share the perfect offer with local heads of distribution and the local senior label manager. You will participate in the contract negotiation with the local team.


1.     Identify key labels & artists globally as potential signings:

  • Contribute to company growth by sourcing label & artist leads for the Believe Electronic roster globally.
  • Develop Believe Electronic’ global strategy and how to tailor it to support key markets in their discussions with sales targets.
  • Develop key sales tools to enable both central and local teams to prospect new business.
  • Build education and training surrounding Believe Electronic sales approach, strategy, and service offer.

2.     Qualify label & artist potential, tailor offer to services expectations:

  • Assess label & artists potential, estimate deal value, and collect information to manage the sales pipeline.
  • Build knowledge of company’s different types of deals to cater to label & artist needs
  • Manage and update company’s CRM system daily. 
  • Present opportunities to your local teams and coordinate with Head of Sales and Artist Services to validate deal offers.
  • Carry out meetings with prospective clients to pitch our services and follow up through negotiations until signing, working with the local team.

3.     Identify Market Trends and market dynamics and report to management: 

  • Audit and identify emerging label & artists market trends.
  • Inform internal team about market evolution.
  • Build strong relationships with labels, artists, management, and the local industry (music lawyers etc.).


  • 3 to 5+ years of proven track record in the recorded music industry and experience in negotiation.
  • A solid network in the music industry, especially in Electronic Music.
  • Label & artist focused and passionate about the Independent Music Industry with a good knowledge of the independent ecosystem and digital landscape. 
  • Ability to be both creative and data driven.
  • Proactive attitude to work to deadlines, meet targets and multitask in a fast-paced environment.
  • Extremely digital savvy and quick to adopt trends.
  • Strong relationship building skills and team-oriented approach.
  • Available to work some evenings and to travel internationally as may be required.

Additional Information

Believe is committed to ensuring equal opportunities in employment, regardless of origin, sex, morals, sexual orientation, gender, age, family status pregnancy, race, political opinions, trade union activities, religious beliefs, physical appearance, family name, place of residence, state of health, or disability. 

Head of Sync – UK (M/W)

The Job


Believe Sync is looking for a self-motivated and entrepreneurial individual based in London to source, negotiate and license sync placements for Believe’s catalogue and frontline roster, whilst simultaneously building Believe Sync’s overall presence in the UK market.

As Head of Sync you will be responsible for sourcing, developing and maintaining relationships with clients in the UK. Based in London with an existing network of Advertising, Film and Television contacts, you will also build and maintain relationships with clients in video games and other developing audio visual industries. You will also travel, with the aim of expanding Believe’s presence across the territory.

A passion for and knowledge of a wide variety of music is essential, as is an existing network of clients and an ability to work autonomously.

Job Role / Main Responsibilities  

Reporting to the Global Head of Sync, you will handle all day-to-day sync activity in the UK – including both creative and licensing work – and will be responsible for the departments’ success. You will continuously seek new business opportunities in the TV, film, advertising and video game industries and will work to promote the Believe UK catalogue to your international colleagues.

Main responsibilities will include:

  • Sourcing, developing and maintaining business relationships with clients in the TV, film, advertising and video game industries.
  • Procuring, contributing to, and delivering creative pitches in the UK, as well collaborating with international colleagues on briefs and other creative work.
  • Handling quotes, approvals, and licensing for deals in the UK.
  • Developing and delivering new initiatives to explore emerging or under-served opportunities in the UK. 
  • Line management of junior UK sync team members. 
  • Designing, organizing, and delivering an appropriate sync marketing and PR strategy for Believe’s frontline roster and back catalogue.
  • Working to develop brand recognition and value of the Believe Sync name amongst the UK’s creative industries.
  • Managing the flow of communication regarding UK releases to the wider international sync team.
  • License tracking and financial reporting for the UK sync business.
  • Regularly attending gigs and other external events with clients.
  • Maintaining a good relationship with Believe’s A&R, digital marketing and in-house label departments across the world.


You should have:

  • Significant experience working in sync; either at a label or publishing company, or through a music supervision role elsewhere.
  • An existing network of contacts and clients across the UK in a variety of creative industries.
  • Excellent communication and networking skills. You must be confident meeting new people and seeking new business opportunities, as well as dealing with artists and managers on a day-to-day basis.
  • An outstanding knowledge of, and passion for, independent music.
  • A creative mind which is willing and able to answer music briefs openly and thoroughly.
  • Excellent time management skills and attention to detail. You must be able to meet short- and long-term targets whilst maintaining a consistently high standard of work.

You should be:

  • A passionate self-starter able to work with and without direct supervision.
  • A comfortable and confident negotiator, willing to engage with clients and find solutions that work for all parties.
  • An active and well-known member within the UK sync community.


  • An enthusiastic arts lover who lives and breathes music – you are consistently intrigued and excited by the use of music in moving media and are willing to try new things to advance this area of the industry.   


Additional Information

Believe is committed to ensuring equal opportunities in employment, regardless of origin, sex, morals, sexual orientation, gender, age, family status pregnancy, race, political opinions, trade union activities, religious beliefs, physical appearance, family name, place of residence, state of health, or disability. 

Managing Director Finance & Operations – UK M/W

The Job

Main Role: 

  • You will be the second-in-command reporting to the MD and responsible for the efficiency of business.
  • You will oversee local strategy set by the MD and liaise with company headquarters in Paris. You will then define the best model to roll out and execute the strategy, in structuring the local organization and defining the relevant and efficient processes between local and central teams.
  • You will also design policies that promote Believe group culture and vision.
  • You will be accountable for the financial and business performance of the company.

This role will be reporting into the MD, dotted line to Central.

Main Responsibility: build, roll out and execute the local strategy from an operational standpoint

1 – Direct responsibility & reporting over support functions (Finance, HR & Legal)

 You will define and execute locally the central strategy and ensure that the correct resources are hired and the appropriate budget is dedicated to this execution.

You will ensure effective financial management, ensuring compliance with local rules and Group accounting and reporting principles. You will build new processes to increase the efficiency of local finance practices such as for example, accounting or expenses, ensure HR compliance with local rules (payroll, benefits) and contribute to the roll out and the execution of HR projects, tools and processes.

You will oversee the business legal topics to ensure the compliance with the local specificities.

2 – Responsibility of front-line operations (organizing the work of the front line teams)

Front line teams include 2 lines of business (Artist Services (AS) & Distribution (LAS)). You will have to implement the business strategy from an operational standpoint, define the processes which could be scalable to support the growth of the company.

You will have to develop and increase the business performance in setting some comprehensive goals and you will take some actions to increase our customer satisfaction rate as well as our margin.

3 – Responsibility of back end operations (organizing the link between local and central)

You will design some workflows to ensure consistency between the local and the central teams.

You will have to lead and improve back end operations which include the supply chain, rights and finance operations.

4 – Responsibility over M&A (deal negotiation, coordination & integration – in collaboration with MD and with strong support from the M&A central team)

You will support the MD or regional MD by selecting targets in line with Group M&A strategic /deal organization/ deal process guidelines, you will be part of the negotiation, but your main key role will be to manage the post-acquisition: you will have to integrate the new company, implement the process and workflows of Believe and roll out the new set up.

5 – Be a sparring partner with the MD or regional MD on strategy and finance:

 You will support the MD or regional MD in any strategic decision and will provide any KPI or tools which measure and assess the performances.

6 – Responsibility of product locally (organizing the link between local and central)

You will manage the delivery of the product locally to ensure that it complies with the central strategy.


You have minumum 10 years of experience and you are a senior executive with a broad international experience in Finance and Operations in a service, IT, digital or ecommerce company. You have previously operated in a Business Unit in a process driven environment. Strong leadership experience in a scale up company is a plus.

Experience in music industry is not required.

Your core skills are:

  • Finance, Leadership and talented problem solver
  • Business model builder: capacity to set up action plans, control, ensure and measure their execution
  • Strong appetite for execution, KPIs, tools & processes, continuous improvements
  • Focus on results and over achievement
  • Knows how to design, explain, roll out and engage people in the strategy
  • Take decisions and manage change
  • Customer centric
  • Strong communication, agile skills


Additional Information

Believe is committed to ensuring equal opportunities in employment, regardless of origin, sex, morals, sexual orientation, gender, age, family status pregnancy, race, political opinions, trade union activities, religious beliefs, physical appearance, family name, place of residence, state of health, or disability. 

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