Coordinator, Contract Compliance in Film & TV
Film Musicians Secondary Markets FundEncino, CA
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Job title: Coordinator, Contract Compliance in Film & TV
Salary: $42,000 to $52,000
Division/Department: Contract Compliance
Reporting Relationship: Senior Manager, Contract Compliance
Do you want to work for a Company with an amazing mission and make a difference in people's lives? The Film Musicians Secondary Markets Fund (''Fund'') is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization based in Encino, CA. Its mission is to collect, process and distribute residual payments to musicians resulting from their work in film, television and digital media. The Fund offers amazing medical benefits, plenty of paid time off, Safe Harbor 401(k), paid holidays, a hybrid schedule and many other benefits!
The Compliance Coordinator, Contract Compliance will work closely with the Compliance staff and management in all aspects of daily Compliance operations, including but not limited to: enforcement of the residual provisions of a Union Collective Bargaining Agreement and processing of Union documentation.
SUMMARY OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Develop and maintain familiarity with all applicable Contracts and Agreements.
• Utilize all internal and external data resources to research and obtain information on production companies, distributors, musicians, signatories, and other related guilds or unions.
• Enforce compliance of Contracts and Agreements through letters and other written and verbal correspondence.
• Ensure timely response to correspondence received from obligated companies, and update internal tracking systems accordingly.
• Search internet and available publications for related research and supplemental market releases; schedule follow-up activity.
• Contact producers/production companies regarding status of payments.
• Track and maintain payments and reporting to verify accuracy and completeness.
• Keep current on scheduled tasks.
• Maintain/update digital departmental company files.
• Process musician contracts and Union signatory documents.
• Correspond with AFM, musicians, musician locals, and to locate and obtain scoring session contracts for collection efforts.
• Contact payroll companies when AFM contracts are unaccompanied by assumption agreements.
• Enter recently received documentation information (both old and new product), and schedule follow-up tasks as needed. This includes, but is not limited to, documentation related to New-Use, Theatrical, TV, and Videotape product.
• Assist other Fund departments with research.
• Assist department management with special projects and ad hoc reporting, as assigned.
• Bachelor's Degree required.
• 7 years related work experience preferred.
• Knowledge of the entertainment industry required, as it relates to film and television residuals preferred.
• Knowledge of and/or strong interest in learning, audit procedures and principles in residual, royalty or licensing agreements.
• Proficient in MS Excel and Word.
• Must be well organized, detail oriented, and a self-starter.
• Exceptional analytical, critical thinking, and problem solving skills.
• Must have integrity, honesty and ethical mentality.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality.
• Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.
• Ability to work with deadlines, and learn concepts quickly.
• Ability to accurately analyze, assess, and evaluate researched data.
• Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and prioritize workloads.
• Strong problem solving skills.
• Effective verbal and written communication skills.
• Ability to communicate with all levels of staff.
• A positive attitude.