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New York, USA

Seoul, South Korea


N3RVE Music is powered by the world leader in music distribution, marketing and technology that empowers labels, artists and management teams to grow their businesses and thrive in the global music industry. Our comprehensive suite of solutions includes marketing strategy, insights and analytics, rights management, advertising, royalty accounting, video monetization and music licensing, all accessible through an intuitive client platform offering the latest in technological innovation to put clients at the forefront of the music industry.  



  • Maintain and update royalty account information for assigned vendors, including by updating the contact information and tax identification numbers for vendors as needed;

  • Obtain all necessary contractual, publisher and administration information required to set up mechanical and other publishing royalty rates in N3RVE’s various royalty system(s) in order for N3RVE to pay mechanical and other publishing royalties in respect of the musical compositions embodied in N3RVE’s recordings and records, including audio and/or audiovisual recordings, and physical and digital records.;

  • Perform and review royalty rate calculations; reference and review the underlying license agreements and/or relevant contractual provisions, as needed, in order to confirm and/or determine such royalty rates and the corresponding royalty payees before that information is entered into the applicable royalty system(s);

  • Perform and review adjustments to royalty rate calculations and set-up as needed;

  • Ensure that releases and projects are set-up accurately and submitted to the Team’s senior managers for review in a timely manner; ensure that any corrections required to be made to the set-up for a given release or project are made accurately and submitted in a timely manner;

  • Process and review quarterly and monthly publishing royalty statements to ensure the accuracy of both the royalty rates applied and the underlying earnings on which royalties are being paid;

  • Ensure that publishing royalty statements are issued in a timely manner;

  • Respond to inquiries from publishers regarding the statements and payments WMG has sent; and

  • Perform any other duties and tasks related to the Department’s role and responsibilities that might be assigned by the Team’s senior management from time to time.


  • Candidate must be able to work well independently and as part of a team;

  • Candidate must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills;

  • Candidate must possess excellent analytical, mathematical and organizational skills; and

  • Candidate must be able to meet deadlines consistently and effectively while working under pressure;

  • Candidate must be able to manage multiple assignments at any given time and prioritize them effectively and appropriately; and

  • Candidate must have strong computer skills, including strong data entry skills (with an emphasis on accuracy) and strong proficiency using Microsoft Office’s Excel, Word and PowerPoint applications; familiarity with Microsoft Office’s Access application is preferred, but not required.

  • Candidate should be prepared to work overtime toward the end of each quarterly royalty statement cycle; candidate should be prepared to schedule vacation days at times that will not conflict with these deadlines, so that their absences do not interfere with their ability to meet royalty statement deadlines.


Bachelor’s degree required.
Candidate should possess 0 to 2 years’ experience working in a position or positions involving the administration of mechanical or other publishing royalties.


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