Position: SYNC & ADMIN ASSISTANT
Employer: HEAVY DUTY
Location: LOS ANGELES, UNITED STATES
Closing Date: Nov 17th 2018
Heavy Duty Music Publishing’s Burbank, CA office / studio is seeking a rockstar Sync and Admin Assistant.
The ideal candidate is comfortable multitasking both creative and administrative projects, including coordinating schedules, communicating with our network of partners around the world, building social and marketing campaigns, music catalog management and importantly, searching the catalog to assist in sync pitching.
The ideal person is an outgoing self starter, extremely detail oriented and a true team player who takes pride in their personal organizational skills and loves the challenge of multitasking for a small growing company.
This is a full time position with benefits.
Please submit your resume + Spotify playlist of 10 songs you are listening to now to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Position: INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR
Location: LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
Salary: £160 SITTING FEE PLUS EXPENSES
Closing Date: Oct 29th 2018
The British Academy of Songwriters, Composers, and Authors (BASCA) is seeking two Independent Directors to join the new Board that formed in July 2018.
These new roles join the organisation at a pivotal time as they will be instrumental in setting and implementing the new strategic direction for the organisation.
The Independent Directors are intended to bring complementary industry knowledge and experience to the Board which is otherwise made up of leading music creators.
Across both roles: politics, regulation, law, campaigning, research, human resources, marketing, commercial, finance, operations.
DIVERITY AND INCLUSION
As a signatory to the UK Music Diversity Charter, BASCA is committed to equality of opportunity.
Based at The Ministry, 79 Borough Road, London, SE1 1DN
- Minimum of 6 Board Meetings per year (usually weekday afternoons, 2-5pm)
- 3-year term until July 2021
- Additional ad-hoc business meetings and events
£160 sitting fee per Board meeting plus expenses.
29 October 2018
- To ensure that the organisation complies with its governing documents, company law, and any other relevant legislation or regulations.
- To ensure that the organisation pursues its objectives as defined in its governing documents.
- To ensure the organisation applies its resources exclusively in pursuance of its objectives.
- To contribute in giving strategic direction to the organisation, setting overall policy, defining goals, setting targets and evaluating performance against agreed targets
- To safeguard the good name and values of the organisation
- To represent the company at functions and meetings as appropriate
- To declare any conflict of interest while carrying out the duties of a Director
- To be collectively responsible for the actions of the charity and other DirectorsTo ensure the effective and efficient administration of the organisation
- To abide by the equal opportunities policy
- To ensure the financial stability of the organisation
- To protect and manage the property of the organisation and to ensure the proper investment of funds
- To scrutinise board papers, lead discussions, focus on key issues, and provide advice and guidance requested by the Board on new initiatives, or other issues relevant to the area of, the organisation’s work in which the Director has special expertise
- To attend meetings, and to read papers in advance of meetings
- To attend sub-committee meetings as appropriate
- To participate in other tasks as arise from time to time, such as interviewing new staff, helping with member recruitment or campaigning.
- To keep informed about the activities of the organisation and wider issues which affect its work.
In accordance with our Articles of Association, the two Independent Directors cannot be Members of BASCA, nor songwriters or composers.
Please send a covering letter and CV to Lucy Skerritt email@example.com.
If you have any questions regarding the role, please speak to Lucy Skerritt in the first instance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling the office +44 20 7636 2929.
Position: MUSIC & EVENTS SPECIALIST
Employer: WAR CHILD
Location: LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
Salary: £37,985- £42,939
Closing Date: Oct 31st 2018
The Music and Events Specialist (FTC, 12 months) is a specialist role and key player in War Child’s wellknown Music and Events team.
The Music and Events team creates powerful experiences that bring people together to inspire and entertain and is driving War Child’s place as one of the leading charities within the UK music industry.
Building on War Child’s 25-year history of working with the best from UK music, the Music and Events Specialist will use their network and live events experience to deliver a portfolio of creative, innovative and income generating events for War Child.
Based in London, the post-holder will have exceptional relationship management skills, strengthening and growing our relationships within the music industry and showcasing the power of music to do good.
The ideal candidate will be able to start by early December in order to get up to speed ahead of our flagship BRITS Week shows in February.
War Child, the charity for children affected by war. We are the only specialist charity for children in conflict, delivering high-impact programmes that are rebuilding lives across Afghanistan, Iraq, Jordan, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Central African Republic and Yemen.
We understand children’s needs, respect their rights, and put them at the centre of the solution – from supporting Syrian children to access education, to reintegrating child soldiers in the Central African Republic and upholding the rights of children caught up in juvenile justice in Afghanistan.
We look forward to a world in which the lives of children are no longer torn apart by war. This is a vision that can only be realised through the collective actions of children themselves, communities and their leaders, organisations like War Child, governments and key decision makers.
Using their networks and specialist expertise of the music industry, the Music and Events Specialist will work with the Head of Music and Events to develop a portfolio of live events and other fundraising products that leverage our relationship with the music industry to raise valuable funds for War Child.
The Music and Events Specialist is responsible for being a key liaison with the music industry, stewarding our relationships with some of our highest profile supporters.
They will use their creativity and commercial know-how to approach new partners and develop and deliver some of our highest profile live events ultimately cultivating War Child’s unique support to raise funds via the music industry.
- Accountable for delivering live events safely in line with the concept, plan and budget; using your learning and expertise to contribute to an overall balanced portfolio of live music events for the department.
- Responsible for identifying and putting forward appropriate and viable opportunities and new partnerships for the music industry to further support our work and raise valuable funds.
- Act as an ambassador for War Child within the UK music industry, building and maintaining strong relationships with, artists, labels, sponsors, promotors, media partners, venues and agents, amongst others. Manage multiple relationships across all levels of seniority whilst being able to negotiate their support for War Child. Steward key relationships with high profile supporters that are long-lasting and raise profile and funds for War Child.
- Work with other Fundraising and Marketing teams and global War Child agencies to identify and deliver ways in which the music industry can enhance their work.
- Build and maintain strong internal relationships with departments such as Press and PR, Digital and Advocacy so that they maximise the value of our music industry partners to War Child.
- Recruit, manage and develop the Music and Events Officer to provide assistance in delivering the team plan, with a particular focus on ensuring that the post-holder builds their own profile and network within the UK music industry.
- Responsible for ensuring our events and products are delivered safely and their brand identity is protected and enhanced
- Create, develop and manage media, brand and sponsorship partnerships for our live events, ensuring that War Child’s intellectual property, creative assets and rights are reasonably used in line with our Brand Guidelines and Communication Policy
- Ensure that relevant data about our supporters, events and products is captured to feed a culture of learning and continuous improvement within the team
- These duties provide a framework for the role and should not be regarded as a definitive list. Other reasonable duties may be required consistent with the grade of the post.
- Networked within the UK music industry with the ability to build and maintain strong relationships with artists, labels, sponsors, promotors, media partners, venues and agents, amongst others
- Expert in the workings of the music industry including key figures in the industry, promotional and touring cycles, artist marketing campaigns and market trends
- Experienced in producing and delivering sector-leading live music events that are proven to deliver against their concept, budget and plan and manage risk appropriately in order maintain War Child’s reputation
- A highly competent negotiator with the ability to negotiate successful agreements with artists, labels, sponsors, promotors, media partners, venues and agents, amongst others
- Able to work effectively as a team leader within a fast-paced event delivery environment, with the ability to quickly problem solve, make logistical decisions to maintain the integrity of an event and stay calm under pressure
- Able to meticulously plan and budget for events as well as manage your workload and your team’s workload to meet deadlines, manage priorities and hit targets
- Able to recruit, develop and manage line reports, empowering them to deliver against the annual plan and budget
- A confident presenter with the ability to pitch War Child passionately, concisely and professionally to potential supporters across all levels within the UK music industry
- Always demonstrating a passion for music, proactively meeting contacts and willing to attend events in the evenings and weekends
Our work with children to keep them safe is the most important thing we do.
We are committed to the safeguarding of children in all areas of our work.
Successful applicants will be expected to be compliant and sign up to our Child Safeguarding policy.
To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: Samantha Robertson, Acting Head of Music and Events, email@example.com
HOW TO APPLY
Employment with War Child will be subject to the following checks prior to your start date:
- A satisfactory police record check to include a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and/or an International Criminal Record Check
- Receipt of three satisfactory references
- Proof of eligibility to work in the UK (roles based in London only)