Royalties Official

Royalties Official

Thursday, 30 September 2021, 5.00pm

Musicians Union is currently looking to recruit a Royalties Official. This role can be based anywhere within the UK, however the successful candidate must be willing to travel to the London HQ on a monthly basis. This role will report into the National Organiser, Recording and Broadcasting.

About the role
As our Royalties Official you will be accountable for processing the MU’s annual Subsequent Payments claim to record labels. You will need to ensure that all payee contact and payment information is kept up to date within the MU membership and royalties’ system, check incoming payments due for distribution to members, and that a suitable audit trail is kept of all incoming update requests and in relation to each payment processed.

You will be required to continually monitor the income distribution functionality within the MU membership & royalties’ system, and ensure any errors are identified and fixed promptly and that specification documents are completed for any updates or additional functionality required

You will work with the National Organiser, Recording and Broadcasting, to ensure the MU’s royalty distribution services are cost effective and delivered with a high standard of customer service.

You will be required to carry out all necessary research and advertising in order to ensure undistributed royalty income is kept to the minimum level, and periodically report progress to the National Organiser, Recording & Broadcasting & Royalties sub-Committee. You will also act as secretary to the MU Royalties sub-Committee.

See link below for further details.

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