As Coordinator, Business & Legal Affairs, you will play a key role in supporting the attorneys in the Business Affairs department of the Commercial Music Group with administrative and organizational tasks, as well as providing assistance to the broader CMG BA team with research and essential operational tasks relating to the maintenance and oversight of SME’s extensive catalog of recordings.

What you'll do:

  • Perform administrative tasks for the department (arrange and coordinate meetings, process expense reports, handle travel and time sheets, etc.)
  • Historical contract research and analysis in connection with label and royaltor inquiries
  • Research and process payee change requests, and request new royalty vendors and accounts when needed
  • Organize and maintain physical and digital files, including database upload of important document history
  • Coordinate executive approvals for contractual payments and subsequent processing with the Accounts Payable department
  • Route and coordinate budget authorization requests with the Business Affairs and A&R teams
 

Who you are:

  • 1 – 2 years relevant experience in a corporate environment
  • You are an excellent communicator and enthusiastic collaborator who works well with team members and other internal and external partners
  • You have a thoughtful, organized and detail-oriented mindset and are able to complete your tasks in a timely fashion
  • You are thorough and have a problem-solving approach to your work
  • You are comfortable with taking on multiple requests simultaneously and can prioritize those open issues accordingly

 

What we give you:

  • An opportunity to fuel the creative journey on a global stage
  • A modern, diverse and innovative work environment, with offices that include collaboration areas, cafeterias, event spaces, and more
  • Our Hybrid with Flexibility approach combines the flexibility of remote working with the benefits of in-person collaboration whenever we need to come together to do our best work. Managers will partner with their teams and employees to establish work arrangements that meet the business, team, and individual needs.
  • An investment in your learning & development
  • A comprehensive and attractive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life & disability coverage, and 401K + employer matching
  • Voluntary benefits (like company-paid identity theft protection and resources for pets), mental health and meditation resources, industry-leading fertility coverage, fully-paid leave for childbirth or bonding, fully-paid leave for caregivers, programs for loved ones with developmental disabilities and neurodiversity, subsidized back-up child and elder care, and reimbursement for adoption, surrogacy, tuition and student loan

This position requires that the job candidate be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.  Please note that an applicant will be considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose vaccine series (Pfizer or Moderna), or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine (Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine).  The Company will consider requests for reasonable accommodations for documented medical reasons and for sincerely held religious beliefs in accordance with applicable law. Please do not include proof of vaccine status or any indication of a possible request for an accommodation when submitting your application materials.  If applicable, the Company will follow up with you directly to request proof of vaccination and to discuss any potential accommodations.

Sony Music is committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all persons regardless of age, disability, national origin, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, veteran or military status, marital and civil partnership/union status, alienage or citizenship status, creed, genetic information or any other status protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

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