Music Industry Jobs

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Looking for a job in the music industry?  These are the latest music industry jobs, from major recording labels, streaming services, universities, merchandising companies, startups, and more.

Controller
mtheory
New York, NY

Head of Sync / Music Licensing
KIDinaKORNER
Hollywood, CA

Product Owner
cdbaby
Portland, OR

Assistant Arts Professor
New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts
Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music
New York, NY

Assistant Chair, Music Business/Management Department
Berklee
Boston, MA

Day-to-day Manager
Control Music Group
Los Angeles, CA

Manager, Digital Accounts
INgrooves
London, UK

Sync Licensing Manager
Redeye
Los Angeles, CA

Teacher: Music Industry Professional
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY

Director Marketing, Sales, and Licensing
Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Washington DC

Royalties Coordinator
SiriusXM
Washington DC

Synchronization Licensing Manager
Spirit Music Group
New York, NY

And coming soon: more listings from Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group, and Sony/ATV.  Plus dozens of amazing indie labels, rights organizations, trade groups, and even artists themselves who are building their teams.

Other high-flying companies looking for help include ReverbNation, CD Baby, and Music Reports, just to name a few.  So, please check back regularly for newer positions!

All of these are incredible places to build your career, and great music industry jobs.  Click each listing for a fully detailed post, and check back periodically as we’re always adding new opportunities.  Also, if you’re wondering if you’re qualified enough, remember: you lose nothing by applying.  At worst, you’ll learn what skills you may need in the future, or, get a great lead on something else.  You have nothing at all to lose.

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Good luck!  Let’s build the future music industry.  Tell ’em Digital Music News sent ya!