Senior Licensing Manager Salary
Pay for Senior Licensing Managers in the United States sits in the ballpark of $77K annually. Women make up the vast majority of Senior Licensing Managers (89 percent) who answered the questionnaire. The majority of workers are highly satisfied with their job. Most report receiving medical coverage from their employers and a strong majority collect dental insurance. This report is based on answers to PayScale's salary questionnaire.
|Salary||$57,200 - $139,426|
|Bonus||$3,750 - $37,500|
|Total Pay (||$60,591 - $155,050|
Job Description for Senior Licensing Manager
Senior licensing managers work primarily in the entertainment industry for film/television studios, record companies, and stage productions to grant or sell licenses to prospective clients. They may be responsible for all licenses issued by their company or only one type of license, such as film licensing, video synchronization licensing, songwriting licensing, or theatrical licensing.Read More...
Senior licensing managers may supervise employees, perform employee evaluations, and lead team meetings, and strong verbal and communication skills and the ability to work well under pressure are necessary in this position. These managers should also have strong negotiating skills and may serve as a mediator between copyright owners and clients regarding fees, how licenses are to be used, and other relevant issues. Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs may be required for this position, and they must also be familiar with their company's database software and relevant computer applications. They may also be required to travel to meet with clients or copyright owners.
A bachelor's degree in marketing or a related field is generally required for this position, and some employers prefer lawyers who specialize in copyright law. These managers are also encouraged to read relevant professional journals and attend ongoing education to keep their knowledge up-to-date.
Senior Licensing Manager Tasks
- Develop brand and marketing programs for awareness and expansion opportunities with long term growth strategy.
- Solicit and expand business for new and current accounts.
- Participate in business presentations to current and potential customers.
- Manage existing business relationships.
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