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Thank you for your interest in working with Screenrights.

Screenrights is committed to pursuing diversity within the screen sector and following an inclusive directive in all aspects of our business. Every person has the right to a fair and unbiased recruitment process irrespective of gender, geographic location, race, age, sexual orientation, disability, religion, intersex identity or nationality.

Screenrights employees aspire to the following success behaviours:

  • Leadership
  • Innovation & Renovation
  • Teamwork & Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Solution Focused
  • Reliability & Accountability

Open Positions

There are currently no open positions, but please check back here for any future job opportunities we may have.

Position Manager, Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
Department Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
Immediate Supervisor Chief Executive Officer
Load Full Time – Permanent
Application Deadline Friday 22 February 2019

Role Summary

We are seeking to appoint an articulate and persuasive individual who will report directly to the CEO as a member of the Screenrights Executive Team.

The Manager, Licensing and Regulatory Affairs is responsible for negotiations of key licences; stakeholder management; contract administration; licence development; and regulatory affairs, with responsibility for an income budget of approximately $45 million per annum.

You are an excellent communicator and negotiator with a collaborative style who has a 3-5 years experience in a senior legal, business affairs, or policy role.

Ideally you will have copyright and/or film/television industry experience, a Bachelor of Laws (or equivalent), and the technical ability to understand copyright law and its application to workflow.

In return, Screenrights can offer you a flexible and friendly workplace with passionate colleagues, a seat at the table with a collaborative executive team headed by a newly appointed CEO, and the opportunity to help us support the diversity and growth of the screen industry in Australia, New Zealand and around the world.

Key Accountabilities

  • Licence Negotiations:

    • Take a lead role in negotiations of key licences, in conjunction with the CEO, analysing value of licences and developing value propositions
    • Understand and communicate licence terms, rights, pricing and/or features of the licence products
  • Licence Stakeholder Management:

    • Develop and drive strategic relationships with stakeholders including plans, programs, projects and initiatives
    • Develop and maintain strong internal and external relationships to exchange information with licensees, and other stakeholders
  • Licence Development:

    • Understand the commercial drivers of organisations we license, or could license, to inform ongoing product design and evolution
    • Identify potential new licence opportunities and expand reach of licences
    • Understand the legal framework of the licences, and their operation within copyright law
    • Participate in the ongoing enhancement of processes to ensure optimal service delivery
    • Manage the client journey from engagement through to disbursing and reporting
  • Contract Administration:

    • Prepare, negotiate and review licensing contracts
    • Manage invoicing in conjunction with the Finance Department
  • Regulatory Affairs:

    • Understand copyright policy issues as they relate to Screenrights and the audiovisual content industry more widely
    • In conjunction with the CEO and Legal Department, develop Screenrights’ response to government enquiries into copyright law and related matters
    • Draft submissions on behalf of Screenrights
    • With the CEO, advocate Screenrights’ position to policy makers and industry stakeholders
Application Process
Download the Job Profile.

Please consider the selection criteria in the Job Profile in making your application to:
people@screenrights.org

Applications close Friday 22 February 2019

Position Chief Financial Officer
Department Finance & Administration
Immediate Supervisor Chief Executive Officer
Load Full Time – Permanent
Application Deadline Friday 8 March 2019

Role Summary

This is the perfect role for a Finance expert wanting to make the next step in their career. You will need to be a collaborative, consultative person who loves numbers, technology and people. As CFO, you will have primary day-to-day responsibility for planning, implementing, managing and controlling all financial-related activities for Screenrights. You will also play a key leadership role, engaging with your colleagues to support and create effective systems and processes.

Your financial insights, forecasts and analyses, along with an aptitude and interest in information technology, will inform and shape strategy, while your attention to risk management and compliance will ensure strong foundations for future growth.

In return, Screenrights can offer you a flexible and friendly workplace with passionate colleagues, a seat at the table with a collaborative executive team headed by a newly appointed Chief Executive, and the opportunity to help us support the diversity and growth of the screen industry in Australia, New Zealand and around the world.

Key Accountabilities

  • Planning & Operations:

    • Work with the Chief Executive and Board in formulating the company’s strategic direction
    • Execute the financial strategy of the company
    • Provide insight and analysis on business proposals in a clear and timely manner
    • Manage the expense and capital budgeting process
    • Manage the accounting, office administration and people management functions
    • Manage cash investments and authorise payments
    • Oversee administration of the company’s assets
    • Coordinate and produce all tax documentation as required
    • Implement operational best practices
    • Participate in key decisions as a member of the executive team
    • Participate in IT planning and budgeting
  • Financial Information:

    • Ensure full transparency over the financial performance of the company
    • Perform financial analysis and forecasting
    • Provide recommendations to strategically enhance financial performance and business opportunities
    • Provide timely, accurate and clear financial information to the Chief Executive, Senior Managers, the Audit & Risk Committee and the Board
    • Manage financial controls and accounting procedures to protect member funds
  • Governance & Risk Management:

    • Act as Company Secretary for Screenrights and EnhanceTV
    • Understand and mitigate key elements of the company’s risk profile
    • Report risk issues to the Audit & Risk Committee of the board
    • Maintain oversight of compliance with competition, consumer and workplace obligations
    • Ensure that record keeping meets the requirements of auditors
    • Maintain relations with external auditors and investigate their findings
    • Maintain appropriate insurance coverage
  • Payroll & Administration:

    • Supervise payroll and other finance matters relating to Screenrights’ people
    • Oversee the administration and Office Management function
Application Process
Download the Job Profile.

Please consider the selection criteria in the Job Profile in making your application to:
people@screenrights.org

Applications close Friday 8 March 2019

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.