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Manager, Business Affairs

Rogers Media

Posted Mar 28 - Toronto

Supporting Rogers Communications Incorporated, the Business Affairs Manager - Rogers Group of Funds would be accountable for all due diligence for equity investment and grant agreements including drafting and preparing agreements for execution.  Reporting to the Executive Director, Rogers Group of Funds the successful candidate would be responsible for business Affairs-related  activities. 
The ideal candidate will have 5 years experience in film/television financing/business affairs. The candidate may also be familiarwith corporate/commercial law, and general contracting principles. Analytical, drafting, communications and interpersonal skills will be an asset.


Administration of files until completion including analysis of cost report s and audits
Gathering statistics for CRTC reporting and RGF's Annual Report
Managing relationships with external clients ( independent producers)  
All due diligence required for both investment and grant agreements

Experience & Education
Minimum requirement; Undergraduate degree required
Minimum 5 years experience working in film/television financing/business affairs

Strong working knowledge of CMF, federal and provincial tax credits and the various Certified Independent Production Funds (CIPF’s)
Understanding of the domestic and international television distribution market 
Some knowledge of CRTC broadcast regulatory policy preferred
Knowledge of the French language would be an asset
Proficiency in MS word, excel & power point
Motivated, highly organized, self-starter who takes initiative
Strong analytical, , communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to work both independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced environment
Ability to manage and track a project (or projects) through the life cycle steps of initiation, planning, execution and project closure.

If your profile matches our requirements, please apply here:


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