Brand licensing isn’t just about the products — it’s about the people who make it all possible.

If you’re seeking to make an impact from the start of your career, spark impressive change and gain success in a field that rewards ambitious hard workers, brand licensing is for you.

Click on the SPLiCE member company names below to explore the varied careers, brand licensing jobs and opportunities at the world's leading companies that power the licensing.

  • Sales Executive, Brand Licensing

    Post Date: 03/17/21

    Location: Virtual, anywhere in the continental U.S. | Job ID: 20503BR

    Position Overview:

    We are looking for a Brand Licensing Sales Executive to join our Brand Licensing business unit within our Corporate Marketing Organization. This individual will identify and onboard new potential licensees in order to drive revenue growth in our brand licensing business. This individual will be responsible for driving new brand licensing business opportunities in our Americas region.

    Kodak offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the revitalization of an iconic global company. We combine the strength of a brand that is recognized and beloved around the world with the excitement and entrepreneurial spirit of a start-up. We are stable, profitable, optimistic, about the future and looking for professionals with energy, ideas and ambition to help us take our next steps in helping to complete our transformation. We’re building a culture which values creativity in all its forms, having a global perspective, a focus on sustainability, and trust in our company that allowing calculated risks, to reach our goals. Kodak has a rich heritage of leadership and innovation, and truly a place where you can make a difference.

  • Senior Manager, Licensing
    Reebok International

    Post Date: 03/01/21

    Location: Boston, Massachusetts, MA - US | Job ID: 300730

    Position Overview:

    The Senior Manager, Licensing is responsible for the development and management of a portfolio of licensees on a global level. The role includes licensee strategy development, partner management and business planning to ensure licensees achieve royalty revenue and sales targets. The senior manager is also responsible for ensuring products and distribution channels meet the level of quality demanded by the Reebok Brand. The successful candidate will lead negotiation of contracts, possess strong stakeholder management skills and be able to form strong relationships across licensees and internal teams to deliver on plans, financial targets and best in class product execution. Proactive collaboration with other segments of the business (legal, finance, marketing, product teams, design, global market teams, etc.) is required for an integrated approach.

  • Licensing Coordinator
    Mars Retail Group, Inc.

    Post Date: 02/25/21

    Location: Mt. Arlington, New Jersey, NJ - US | Job ID: 966341

    Position Overview:

    The Licensing Coordinator role is a key part of the Licensing Department. This role will support the growth of the merchandise licensing program across brands and geographies. He/She will be responsible for all activities related to the maintenance of current partners, the development of new ones and the global licensing agencies’ activities to deliver on licensing plan and vision.

    Key responsibilities:

    • Licensee/Licensor compliance

    • Work with finance to track payments, projections, forecasts, etc.

    • Manage COI requests for licensors and from licensees

    • Communications

      • Licensee monthly newsletter,

      • Internal monthly newsletter,

      • Project specific stakeholder communications (ex. mobile game development updates to local markets).

    • Agency Management

      • Day to day point person for global licensing agency Including review of deal memos and supporting documents for potential licensing partners.

    • Internal liaison

      • Day to day point person with internal teams to support licensees (Brands, Seasonal, Sales, Food team, local markets, Quality, Corporate Affairs, Responsible Marketing, etc.)

    • Manage PO’s & approve invoices (Ex: CTI, Annual Dues for Splice)

      • Assist in preparing sales decks and brand one-sheets for various internal and external meetings,

      • Conduct online and brick & motor retail audits seasonally as directed and submit findings.

  • Sr. Brand Manager, Global Licensing
    Serta Simmons Bedding Company

    Post Date: 02/03/21

    Location: Doraville, Georgia, GA - US | Job ID: #10113

    Position Overview:

    Your role is a key one in the organization. When done well, you will expand SSB brands through licensing partnerships to drive brand awareness, new customer acquisition and brand conversion while being the key liaison and day-to-day point of contact between licensing partners and internal stakeholders across a matrixed organization.

  • Trademark Licensing Specialist
    U.S. Air Force

    Post Date: 01/28/21

    Location: Randolph AFB, Texas, TX - US | Job ID: 590436200

    Position Overview:

    The primary purpose of this position is to serve as a Tier 2 Trademark Licensing Specialist in the Intellectual Property Management Division at a Field Operating Agency (FOA) of SAF/PA with responsibility for preparing, negotiating, and executing trademark license contracts.


    • Serves as the program analyst for trademark licensing processes and procedures. Initiates awareness campaigns and promotional activities in support of the licensing program.

    • Creates and communicates the licensing business plan that includes appropriate objectives and outcome measures. Reviews, analyzes and advises in development or program policies.

    • Responsible for preparing and presenting, all program-related reports, briefings, presentations, and other documents as required or assigned.

    • Ensures licensees comply with established license agreements. Works to identify and secure appropriate trademark/service mark registrations.

    • Provides staff-assisted visits to any subordinate licensing programs to ensure compliance with all establish policies and regulations.

  • Director of Licensing - Business Development
    Randa Apparel & Accessories

    Post Date: 01/22/21

    Location: New York or Chicago or Dallas, USA | Job ID: n/a

    Position Overview:

    Randa Apparel & Accessories is one of the world’s leading fashion clothing and accessories companies, spanning 11 countries, with a portfolio of 30 brands including Levi’s, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Columbia Sportswear, and over 100 years of industry leadership. From the #1 dress pant brand in North America to the #1 belt and wallet, RAA produces exceptional products and services worldwide, delighting customers and making partners successful.


    We are currently seeking an experienced Director of Business Development to join our corporate team based out of our New York, Chicago, or Dallas offices. The position is responsible for business development for Randa’s outbound licensing business for our owned brands including Haggar, Tribal and Mustang.  This role is highly visible and has multiple touchpoints within and outside of Randa, strong collaboration and communications skills are essential.  This manager will be responsible for identifying and onboarding domestic and international licensees, distributors, and franchises.

    Position Responsibilities:

    • New Business Development – Domestic and International

      • Establish and grow lifestyle brand awareness and extensions and licensing revenue by identifying, engaging, and signing new license partners.

      • Review business and merchandising plans as provided by prospective licensees.

      • Assist on business terms and negotiations.

      • This position has an initial focus on identifying and onboarding North American licensees and a future involvement with the international expansion of these brands.


    Position Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree is required.

    • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required. 

    • Excellent math skills are required.

    • Superb oral and written communication skills. 

    • Must possess strong attention to detail.

    • A minimum of 3-years of licensing, brand management, and retail environments is required.

    • Strong existing relationships within the licensing community.

    • Experience reviewing and optimizing license commercial terms is preferred. 

    • Ability to work independently as well as collaborate with other team members.

    • Experience and willingness to travel, safely.


    What we Offer:

    • Competitive base salary.

    • Three weeks of paid time off within the first year of employment.

    • Company provided life insurance, short-term disability, and long-term disability.

    • Health, vision, and dental insurance options with low employee contributions. 

    • Commuter benefit plan. 

    • Optional supplemental life insurance, pet insurance, and accident & critical illness insurance offered at a group discount rate.

    • 401(k).


    A great place to work, fast-paced, with terrific career growth.

    More information at RANDA.NET and HAGGAR.COM

  • Greater China Licensing Manager
    The Coca-Cola Company

    Post Date: 01/07/21

    Location: Shanghai, China | Job ID: R-46680

    Position Overview:

    This position leads the Greater China business for The Coca-Cola Company’s Licensing Business. The focus will be on building brand extensions for Coca-Cola as well as our broader portfolio of brands including Sprite, Fanta and Minute Maid. The Greater China manager is responsible for prospecting new licensees, leading a licensed retail partner, managing partner performance including innovation, product development and commercial execution to meet business targets and drive revenue growth. The position will also provide leadership and direction to agency partners, licensees and cross-functional teams.


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