Video Catalog Coordinator (Temp)

Production Hollywood, California Req. UMG-1560


Based at the iconic Capitol Tower in the heart of Hollywood, Capitol Music Group is home to some of the best known labels in modern music; encompassing the jazz icons of Blue Note, Capitol’s generations of pop stars, and the legendary recording of Motown to name but a few.  We produce, distribute and promote some of the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful music in the industry.  This role is a fantastic opportunity to join an organization on the cutting edge of the modern music business and, as part of Universal Music Group, a chance to be part of the world’s leading Music Company.

Job Functions:

  • Manage video metadata, content ingestion and delivery to digital partners for heavy catalog project
  • Scheduling all products in Digital Supply Chain scheduling modules and business systems
  • Product & Track level metadata entry & management; including digital product build and asset assignment in R2
  • Submission, review and management of all digital content and assets according to the Digital Supply Chain rules and standards
  • Manage any partner restrictions/exceptions or rights restrictions on scheduled products
  • Liaise with the UMG Digital Supply Chain to ensure that content and data sent into the Supply Chain meets the required delivery standards of UMG delivery partners
  • Troubleshoot metadata or delivery issues on all products

Job Requirements:


  • Extreme attention to detail
  • Logistically minded, extremely organized
  • Time management, plans the timing of tasks to always meet set objectives
  • Delivers results to timeline and budget
  • Some direction and monitoring is required to support the organization and structure
  • Attends training when required
  • Follows relevant workflow and business processes
  • Is developing necessary technical expertise, keeps up to date with current thinking
  • Is developing an understanding of different organisational departments and functions
  • Volunteers and “pitches in” to help other team members who are under pressure. Participates in wider business initiatives and projects when asked
  • Knowledge of digital video formats a plus
  • Understanding of Final Cut Pro, QuickTime Pro or other video software a plus
  • Working understanding of key record label operations terms and assets; i.e. ISRC, UPC, publishers, wav files, DDP
  • Strong organizational, administrative and analytical skills
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills


  • 1-3 years of previous production management, video production, or label operations experience
  • Comfortable with data heavy projects
  • High proficiency in Microsoft Excel


  • Degree preferred

Universal Music Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


This job description only provides an overview of job responsibilities that are subject to change.