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Repertoire Operations Assistant


LONDON, United Kingdom



Closing date

Applications for this position have now closed

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The successful applicant will support tasks throughout the department as required including product creation, product management, digital supply, data related project work. Reporting directly to the Repertoire Operations Manager, this position requires a keen attention to detail, strong organizational ability and a demonstrable understanding of Microsoft Office applications, in particular Excel. The successful applicant will be a good communicator together with having an enthusiasm for music and a can-do attitude.

The successful candidate will ideally have at least one years’ experience in a similar role within the music business either at a label or distributor.

Key responsibilities

• Supporting team members with processing new releases
• Data maintenance and cleansing work
• Preparing repertoire data for migrations
• Assisting with Digital Supply Chain processes
• Assisting with the onboarding of new catalogues
• Contributing to testing new system functionality
• Report to and support the Repertoire Operations Manager

Skills & experience

• An ability to work accurately under time pressure with a good eye for detail on multiple and diverse tasks
• Knowledge of industry metadata style guides an advantage
• Experience with Digital Service Provider Content Management Systems an advantage
• An ability to communicate with all staff at the highest and lowest levels, internal and external
• Good working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook advanced knowledge of Excel

Personal attributes

• Adaptable within a dynamic, changing environment
• Enthusiastic can-do attitude,
• Able to build rapport at all levels of the business
• An ability to be personally accountable for achieving individual and shared goals.
• Organised, efficient and effective
• You are a great team player and actively contribute to the team spirit
• Passionate about music

[PIAS] and [Integral] fundamentally embrace diversity. We strive to provide a fair and supportive work environment for all our employees, regardless of their age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion, or affiliation to any political party or trade union. We aim to employ people who reflect the diverse nature of society and we value each of our employees for the contribution they make, both individually, and as part of the [Integral] team. We believe in creating an inclusive environment and it’s an essential part of our culture. We expect all our employees to treat each other equally, honestly and with respect. We want to nurture a culture where diverse perspectives can help drive our company forward around the globe.