Projects & Initiatives Specialist (m/f/d)

  • Annual salary: 40,000 - 45,000 EUR
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What is ICE?

ICE is the result of a big vision for the music industry. We sit at the exciting junction between technology, data and digital music consumption, addressing many of the industry’s biggest challenges.
We are purpose-driven in our mission to enable accurate, transparent & fair compensation for songwriters and publishers on an international basis. We achieve this through our music licensing, processing and copyright services.

Our Licensing team negotiates deals with digital music services such as YouTube, Facebook, TikTok and many other services who rely on & benefit from music in their services.

Our Online Processing team innovatively address the data challenges involved in analysing epic volumes of global usage data to match written songs to recordings and calculate royalties based on terms from licensing deals. We collaborate widely across the industry to develop best practice.

Our Copyright experts consolidate complex song ownership data from multiple sources to provide the industry’s most authoritative rights picture, underpinning accurate songwriter payments from a wide range of sources.
Based in the UK, Germany and Sweden, with a multi-national team of 250+ committed colleagues working together each day to benefit rightsholders, this work has seen us distribute more than €1bn in digital royalties to our customers since 2016.

To work at ICE is to be part of modern working environments and practices. We are guided internally by our values of Excellence, Creativity and Respect and are committed to Diversity & Inclusion. To expand our team in Berlin, we are looking for a:

                                              Projects & Initiatives Specialist (m/f/d)

Who is the gatekeeper for all projects impacting Copyright Operations.  The CP&IS gathers all requests for system changes from Copyright Operations, scopes the requirements for the projects and leads the implementation. The CP&IS represents Copyright Operations in projects that will impact working practices and makes sure these projects are aligned with Copyright Operations needs.

You are responsible for:

  • ​​​​​​Managing ongoing internal and external Copyright Projects such as: Change requests, Case Prioritization functionality, AV, CAF, etc. from the perspective of Copyright Operations
  • Bringing up initiatives meant to enhance the copyright system and processes
  • Identifying potential issues that may reflect negatively on the Copyright Operations and seek solutions to lessen impact
  • Cooperating with multiple stakeholders both internally and externally: Service desk, Service delivery, Product Management, Customers
  • Communication of project status and potential impacts to the Copyright Operations Director and Customer Manager
  • Coordination, prioritisation, and scoping of change requests from Copyright Operations

Minimum Requirements:

  • Strong Copyright knowledge and proven experience in the Copyright field
  • Experience in managing processes and projects, preferably in Copyright
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize and complete tasks/assignments with minimum supervision within specified time frames
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Project management, time management, and interpersonal skills with the ability to lead collaborative projects involving multiple stakeholder
  • Solid Excel knowledge

We offer You:

  • 28 days holiday
  • Competitive Bonus 
  • A modern working space in an international environment
  • Free drinks (e.g. Coffee, Tea)
  • Free fruit on a regular basis
  • BVG Ticket (AB)
  • Flexible working times, Monday to Friday

Application Requirements:

In order for us to consider your application, we ask you to submit the following:
  • Your current CV
If your experience and capabilities match our required qualifications outlined above, we are very much looking forward to your application (only online). Please include your earliest available starting date.