CONCORD IS THE INDEPENDENT, WORLDWIDE LEADER IN THE DEVELOPMENT, ACQUISITION, AND MANAGEMENT OF RECORDED MUSIC, MUSIC PUBLISHING, AND THEATRICAL PERFORMANCE RIGHTS.
With offices in Los Angeles, New York, Nashville, Miami, London, and Berlin, Concord has a diverse and vibrant roster of active recording artists, composers, and songwriters, and a vast and historic catalog of works by some of the most treasured names in music history.
Concord Theatricals is the world’s most significant theatrical agency, comprised of R&H Theatricals, The Musical Company, Tams-Witmark and Samuel French. Concord Theatricals is the only firm that provides truly comprehensive services to the creators and producers of plays and musicals under a single banner, including theatrical licensing, music publishing, script publishing, cast recording and first-class production.
The Amateur Licensing Coordinator at Concord Theatricals will be an important part of our New York office team. This position is responsible for liaising between amateur theatres and educational institutions about Concord Theatricals’ exceptional roster of plays and musicals, ensuring that licenses are issued, and emails are responded to in a timely and accurate manner. This role will respond to a heavy volume of calls and emails, while always providing exceptional customer service to all customers. Works under close/direct supervision.
What you'll do:
Outline of Specific Functions:
Provide exceptional customer service to all customers
Process performance applications
Assist other licensing coordinators with day-to-day business and special long-term projects
What you need:
*This job is hyrbid- requiring 3 days a week minumum on site.
Salary Range: $42,000 - $50,000
At Concord, we offer comprehensive medical and wellness benefits, generous time off, parental leave, charity match, paid time off for volunteering, and other fun company perks. We have beautiful new offices and a culture committed to supporting everyone’s growth and development.
Concord is an equal opportunity employer. We employ, train, compensate and promote regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, veteran status, and other protected status as required by applicable law. We believe that diversity, inclusion, and equity is paramount for the creation of music, theater and film that celebrates and empowers all cultures.