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Video Rights Manager (entry level)

Collab, Inc ( is a Downtown LA based video creator development company and the leading independent network for multi-platform talent. Collab was started by veteran video creators to help make the lives of independent creators easier and to provide everything they need to succeed creatively and financially.  We specialize in working with digital video creators and helping them build their audience and earnings across multiple platforms (YouTube,, Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, etc). Our network includes over 1,000 of the top social media creators with over 700 Million Followers.  We are also a digital studio that produces original shows for digital platforms.

Working title: Content Manager, Claims

Who we are looking for:

This is not a video production or content creation job.

The ideal candidate would have a passion for and knowledge of social video platforms, especially YouTube, for this entry level position. We need a well-organized person that enjoys research and communicates clearly. You must be able to stay on task, enjoy watching YouTube videos and have an eye for new opportunities. You must be able to keep projects and massive amounts of information organized. A creative thinker that brings ideas to the table to expand our business will fit in well. You will be expected to work well with coworkers and treat clients respectfully.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Be a subject matter expert in YouTube, our licensed content and talent roster and use that knowledge to place manual claims on YouTube for licensed content that has been used in compilations
  • Watch and review video content for our licensed content with speed and accuracy
  • Identify trends and success strategies for additional licensing opportunities across many categories of content
  • Organize video meta-data in Excel or Google Sheets
  • Organize video meta-data in Collab’s Proprietary Software


  • Undergraduate Degree is preferred in an analytical or social field (open to AA)
  • 1-3 years professional experience in the workplace is preferred but not necessary
  • Strong understanding of the online video market including YouTube, Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok and other digital platforms
  • Passionate about YouTube
  • Highly in touch with internet culture
  • Knowledgable about popular social media creators

Bonus Points:

  • Experience working for an MCN
  • Experience with data entry or content review tasks in a prior role
  • Educational background in Math, Data Analytics, Engineering, Stats, Communications, Anthropology, Social Media
  • Advanced Excel Skills
  • Experience working in a startup
  • Multiple Written as well as spoken Languages

If you think you are the right person for this position and are excited to work in the fun, fast-paced environment of a digital media startup, please apply.

Perks & Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation package
  • Excellent health insurance
  • Competitive paid time off policy
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Fully-stocked kitchen with snacks and drinks
  • Year-round company activities and events
  • Annual company retreat
  • Free lunch Fridays!
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