Licensing Webform Inquiry Associate

Job Terms:
£20.30 p/h + bonus
Start date:
Posted By:
Pamela Wiatr
12 months

Job Description:

Aquent is looking for a talented and detail-oriented Licensing Webform Inquiry Associate to join our client's
welcoming and inclusive team. This Licensing Webform Inquiry Associate role is for a 12-month contract, is
based in London, and offers a favourable hourly rate of £20.30 and a yearly company bonus plan.

As a flexible Licensing Webform Inquiry Associate, you will review, channel and respond to licensing
inquiries from content owners across the globe.

Some of your licensing webform inquiry responsibilities will include:
● Processing and reviewing inquiries sent to the company via a live webform link
● Validating, investigating and responding to inquiries of an urgent or sensitive nature within
established guidelines
● Processing and analysing complex copyright and licensing requests according to client guidelines and
● Complying with all client published policies and procedures and any legal and regulatory

To succeed in this Licensing Webform Inquiry Associate job, you will need excellent investigative and
analytical skills. You will also need exceptional decision-making skills and good knowledge of global
entertainment media companies, social media, associated technologies and online trends. Previous content
review experience is also essential.

If this Licensing Webform Inquiry Associate opportunity in London interests you, please apply today!

Client Description:

Our Client is a multinational technology company, specialising in Internet-related services and products; including online advertising technologies, search engine, cloud computing, software, and hardware. The atmosphere is relaxed with a diverse and innovative culture. Opportunities for growth and progression and networking with like-minded people across the business and beyond.


Aquent is dedicated to improving inclusivity & is proudly an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applications from under-represented groups & are committed to providing support to applicants with disabilities. We aim to provide reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, to those with a medical condition, disability or neurodivergence.