Date Posted

March 11, 2019



Job Location

New York, United States of America

Type of Employment


About the Company

Beanstalk, a global brand extension agency and consultancy, extends brands through the strategic and creative development of licensed products. The company works with corporate brands, celebrities, entertainment properties, and other high-profile clients to leverage licensing as a strategic tool to enhance brand awareness, increase consumer touch-points, and generate revenue. Current Beanstalk clients include Procter & Gamble, Stanley Black and Decker, Microsoft Studios, Diageo, HGTV and the US Army among others.

Job Description

Beanstalk seeks a Royalty Administrator within the Finance Department to assist in the collection, data entry, and audit/reconciliation of Royalty reports and cash receipts. Responsibilities include entering data from royalty reports and cash receipts, identifying overdue royalty reports, overseeing collections of current or past due monies, maintaining client files and generating ad hoc reports for the needs of clients and employees within the corporation.

Job Requirements

The individual should be organized and detail-oriented with the ability to multi-task. The successful candidate will have strong communication and computer skills particularly in Microsoft Excel and will be a team player with acquired business acumen.

The candidate will have a minimum of 2-3 years professional work experience in finance, accounting or related fields. Accounts receivables experience necessary. Royalty experience a plus.


Based on experience

How to Apply

Please send resumes to Only candidates with an appropriate background will be contacted.
Beanstalk continually seeks to advance the principles of equal employment opportunity to all applicants and employees. As such, Beanstalk does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, or status as a protected veteran. This policy applies to all personnel activities and conditions of employment.