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Business Affairs Coordinator

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The Business Affairs Coordinator/Specialist will report to the Business Affairs Manager
and support business affairs and creative groups by performing the following services:

• Draft various contracts, including, but not limited to photography agreements,
production agreements, talent agreements, releases, illustrator agreements,
music licensing agreements, composer agreements, music demo agreements,
and other services agreements as needed. Take a lead role in the management
of the vendor relationships

Help organize members of the business affairs department with clerical work
including drafting cover letters, updating clearance databases, distribution of
agreements, filing, copying, faxing, scheduling deliveries, tracking deadlines,
rights expiration dates and documents, etc.

Review, comment and communicate any potential legal, safety or brand issues
on theme park and vacation product advertising and marketing materials
(television and radio commercial scripts/storyboards, print advertisements,
online banner ads, online promo tiles, photography, emails, web copy, mobile

ads, flyers, brochures, etc.)

Coordinate and partner with various attorneys and corporate partners to ensure
accuracy of ads and clearance of content.

Exceptional organizational, prioritization and time management skills, ability to
operate independently, execute against multiple, high-priority projects and a
keen attention to detail.

Preferred to have experience with employment law, union issues, and
technology agreements

Additional Skills:
• Self-starter
• Professional demeanor
• Exceptional communication skills
• Enthusiastic
• Detail-oriented
• Highly analytical
• Willing to do anything (i.e., nothing is too menial) to support the project
• Comfortable working independently, as well as part of a team
• Ability to undertake a task with limited direction and see the task through to

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