• Senior Manager, Worldwide Distribution Services

    Locations US-CA-Hollywood
    Paramount Pictures
  • Overview and Responsibilities

    The Senior Manager, Worldwide Distribution Services is responsible for managing legal requirements on all Paramount dubbing projects through to successful completion. Responsibilities include: 

    • Managing necessary legal requirements and the impact of legal documents on dubbing schedules to ensure successful completion of all Paramount dubbing projects to include theatrical, non-theatrical, and catalog titles
    • Collaborating with the Dubbing group on project schedules to effectively acquire necessary deliverables
    • Negotiating worldwide star talent rates and availability with artist representation, manages corresponding deal memos
    • Liaising with Paramount Legal to ensure correct assignment of rights and artist obligations
    • Recording and updating worldwide talent contract status in established excel spreadsheets, reporting any potential adverse impact to Dubbing and Finance
    • Working with new and existing vendors to support Paramount policies in collaboration with our Legal and Sourcing groups for onboarding procedures and execution of master servicing agreements
    • Raising required purchase orders for new and existing vendors, triggering invoice payment upon receipt of final deliverables
    • Posting necessary dubbing documents to existing internal drives and external secured websites, as needed
    • Collaborating with Dubbing group to create fiscal year budgets in conjunction with Finance
    • Working closely with Finance to ensure budgets are aligned with territory release strategy

    Basic Qualifications

    • 6+ years of related entertainment experience in dubbing (preferably some international), with knowledge of localization and the dubbing legal process
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office (specifically Excel)
    • Bachelor's Degree OR equivalent experience 


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