Are you looking for a job in the licensing industry?

Jade Burke

By Jade Burke

June 23rd 2016 at 2:27PM
Are you looking for a job in the licensing industry?

Our Job of the Week is a position for Brand IP Protection Manager at the National Trust, while other opportunities are available with DreamWorks and the V&A.

If you are seeking a new challenge in the licensing industry, then check out Licensing.biz’s Jobs Board for a raft of new opportunities.

Our Job of the Week is a position for Brand IP Protection Manager at the National Trust.

The successful candidate will boast persuasive communication skills, be a decision-maker, have good PC skills, and be flexible in their approach. If you wish to apply, click here.

Plus, Global Icons is on the look out for a Licensing Co-ordinator, who will be responsible for the day-to-day needs of the brand development team, clients and licensees, as well as completing tracking, monitoring and analysis of licensees’ quarterly reviews and re-forecasts.

Click here for more information.

Global Icons is also seeking a new Licensing Manager, who will work within the licensing team and be responsible for day-to-day tasks relating to client and licensee management, as well as generating new business.

More information can be found, here.

A position has opened at Entertainment One for a Product Development Executive, who will be responsible for the day-to-day management and products approvals for UK and International categories.

For more information about this role, click here.

DreamWorks is looking for a new Country Manager, whose day-to-day objectives include, full commercial management of the agency, building long-term relationships and managing the forecast process.

Click here for more details about this role.

Lastly, a new role has opened with the V&A for a Licensing Partnerships Assistant. The successful candidate will liaise with clients and the finance department, ensure client contact records are accurate and kept up to date and draft and negotiate new licence agreements and amendments.

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