Hit looks for new Senior Licensing Manager

Hit Entertainment is recruiting a Licensing Manager to join consumer products team.
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HIT is looking for a motivated and enthusiastic senior licensing manager to join its Europe, Middle East and Africa consumer products team.

HiT Entertainment provides entertainment for pre-school children, with a portfolio of classic properties spanning Bob the Builder, Thomas the Tank Engine, Barney, Angelina Ballerina and Pingu, amongst many others.

Since the company’s launch in 1989, HIT’s activities have grown to encompass television and DVD production with studios in the US and the UK, publishing, consumer products licensing and live events.

The company is looking for somebody with good experience working with consumer products and brands and someone who can demonstrate strong and effective selling, negotiating, influencing and presenting ability.

Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills are essential. The ideal candidate must also possess good planning and organisational skills and be competent and familiar with licensing forecasting and financials.

The successful candidate will be able to act at management level, deal with complex issues, have broad commercial awareness and demonstrate a high level of independence to work within a demanding environment in addition to a desirable asset of experience with preschool brands.

To be considered, please email your CV to hrlondon@hitentertainment.com quoting reference –SLMEMEA in the subject line. Outline your current salary along with a brief description as to what value you can offer HIT Entertainment. Closing date for all applications will be Thursday 31st July 2008.

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