Looking for a job in the licensing industry?

Robert Hutchins

By Robert Hutchins

April 15th 2016 at 10:47AM
Looking for a job in the licensing industry?

Job of the week arrives courtesy of DHX Brands.

Are you seeking work within the licensing business? If so, Licensing.biz has a raft of roles live on our Jobs Board, found here. You can also follow @licensingbiz on Twitter for regular updates.

Job of the week arrives courtesy of DHX Brands who is currently searching for a product development manager to head up a team of licensed consumer products developers across a wide range of categories.

The successful candidate will work will well established brands such as Teletubbies, Twirlywoos, In the Night Garden, Caillou and Make it Pop.

The main purpose of the role will be to work with licensees in the UK and all agents markets developing consumer products based on DHX brands ensuring products are innovative and best in class from a licensor, licensee and retail perspective.

To apply for the role, click here.

Elsewhere, the Victoria and Albert Museum is on the hunt for a brand licensing account manager to look after licensee relationships in multiple categories across multiple territories. This currently includes Europe, USA, Australia, Japan and China.

This new role will be part of a well-established yet very small and highly productive team. The right candidate will need plenty of ambition, creativity and energy.

If this sounds like you, click here to find out more.

NBC Universal International is currently looking for a new senior category manager across its home and fashion accessories department as well as its stationery and publishing arm.

Universal Pictures is the home of iconic brands including ET, Jurassic Park, Despicable Me, Back to the Future and more. As part of the consumer products team, the senior category manager in charge of the home and fashion accessories categories will work closely with the director fashion and home to develop a long term strategy to build a sustainable business.

To read more on the position, click here.

Meanwhile, the senior category manager EMEA across stationery and publishing will help the senior director set and execute a long-term business development strategy for each hardlines category, taking into account regional opportunities and specifities.

For more on the role click here.