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Senior Analyst, Audit

Overview
Entertainment Services, is a division of Sony Music Entertainment providing entertainment industry-specific: Royalty administration, processing and expertise, media metadata, digital sales processing and audit management.
The Senior Analyst will be responsible for providing research and analytical support in responding to compliance examinations of SME brought by recording artists, music publishers and labor unions.
Responsibilities
Perform audit fieldwork activities, such as gathering high volume of data from various systems, costs support, retrieving licenses, and other related activities.
Validate claim schedules and other reports for accuracy. Identify and report any anomalies requiring further action.
Analyze complex schedules and review information from several different sources.
Assist Supervisor with quality checks and overall maintenance of audit management software.
Analyze and prepare audit response and counterclaim schedules.
Analyze sales, earnings and financial data and draw conclusions to support ES positions taken on audit claim responses.
Gather and summarize recording agreements and determine scope of audit engagements.
Assist with developing best practices in order to continuously improve audit procedures.
Assist with quality check reviews of tasks performed by other team members.
Assist in financial analysis to manage audit settlement risk and establish appropriate audit reserves for each business area.
Perform special projects and other duties as assigned.
Qualifications
Bachelor's degree required: Accounting, Finance, Music Business, or related degree.
2 to 4 years work experience, preferably in audit. Royalties or data mining experience strongly preferred.
Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel and working knowledge of Access required.
Solid research, analytical and problem solving skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Strong organizational and time management skills.
Diligent self-starter.
Tenacity is ess

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