London - Central




Accounts Coordinator O4225

A successful central London talent agency are looking for an experienced Accounts Coordinator.

You'll support the rights departments in the processing of payments and royalties, dealing with queries and assisting with tax issues.


Our client is a major talent agency and production company based in central London, representing well known TV presenters, actors, writers and film directors.


You will provide administrative and accounting assistance to the rights departments by helping with the processing of payments to clients.

Key Responsibilities -  

  • Process royalty and advance payments through the company’s client accounting package, assessing incoming payments, transferring amounts between accounts and inputting payments.
  • Deal with client queries via phone and email and contact publishers and agencies for outstanding paperwork.
  • Assist clients with tax exemption / reduction for translation rights territories, providing information regarding tax forms, preparing the forms and sending them to clients as well as keeping logs.



You’ll have experience in a similar role gained ideally at an agency, publisher or in a finance department. 

You’ll be highly familiar with Microsoft Office programs and in particular you will have excellent Excel skills.

You’ll have strong administrative and organisational skills and will be confident working to deadlines in a busy environment.



An attractive salary is available to the successful candidate.

If your skills & experience fit the above requirements and you would like to take the next step, please apply online attaching your CV in WORD format.


What to EXPECT 

  • Searchlight only advertises active roles.
  • Your details will be sent directly to the Consultant who is handling this role.
  • Our objective is to respond to all applications within 14 days unless otherwise stated.

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