Careers

Music Tomorrow was founded in 2020 by longtime music industry executive Julie Knibbe after more than 8 years of working at the bleeding edge of music data. Her past experiences include building up Deezer’s recommendation and discovery algorithms and heading the product team at Soundcharts, a one-stop music data platform providing music professionals with actionable insights to help them discover new talent and develop artist’s careers. Today, she’s leading Music Tomorrow to empower professionals and companies across the industry to access, understand and leverage data to grow their artists and businesses.

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Current openings

Product Manager - Music Data Products

Paris, France - Full-time

We are looking for a Product Manager passionate about innovation, data democratization, and delivering high-quality, differentiated data products. Working at the cross-section of music, product management, and data engineering, you will contribute to the projects at the cutting edge of music & data. A perfect candidate would have both the ability to interpret the data in the context of the modern music business and a deep understanding of data processing and analytical techniques.

As we are a young company, your role will be pretty broad, encompassing all the various aspects of product management. You’ll own the prioritization, creation, and review of requirements for data products, including UI/UX, working with executives, designers, and data engineers. You will learn everything about music data and pour it back into building great products for our customers. You’ll talk to our client’s customers about their needs and work with the team to solve their problems. You will represent the voice of the customer, quantify user experience and build relationships with business & technical teams.

If you’re passionate about data analytics, and excel at cultivating cross-team relationships, locating customer pain-points, and building agile, actionable, realistic product roadmaps — drop us a line at jobs@music-tomorrow.com

Qualifications

  • Masters’ Degree in Computer Science, Music Business, Business Analytics or related field.
  • 2+ years of product management experience
  • Experience with feature delivery and tradeoffs of a product
  • Product analytics experience with signup funnels, engagement metrics, and retention analysis
  • Familiar with Data Warehouses and Data Marts using dimensional data and ETL processes to build self-serve analytics and products is a plus
  • Experience contributing to engineering and data science discussions regarding technology decisions and strategy related to a product is a plus
  • A passion for music and the music business 
  • Fluent in French and English
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English

Music Tomorrow is a remote-first employer. However, this job will require you to be able to attend certain meetings with our clients in Paris, so you’ll have to be based in France within a reasonable commuting distance to the capital. At the moment, we do not support relocation: our remote work policy offers our employees near-complete flexibility, but as of now we don’t hire outside France for this position.

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Music Data Engineer

Paris, France - Full-time

We are looking for a talented, enthusiastic, and detail-oriented Engineer in Data Engineering, Data Science, Business Intelligence, or Software Development who knows how to take on big-data challenges and feels comfortable keep an agile mindset. This position will require you to work at the cross-section of music and data engineering: an ideal candidate would have both a deep understanding of data processing and analytical techniques and the ability to interpret the data in the context of the modern music business.

You’ll help build Music Tomorrow’s data infrastructure and develop both BI dashboards and AI models for our customers, with your duties including big data design and analysis, data modeling, and development. As we are a young company, your role will be pretty broad, encompassing all the various aspects of working with data, with the potential to guide the next generation of engineering hires at Music Tomorrow. So, if you are a versatile data engineer who’s passionate about music, excels at working autonomously and feel at home in a fast-paced startup environment — drop us a line at jobs@music-tomorrow.com

Qualifications

  • Masters’ degree in Data Science, Applied Science, Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related technical discipline
  • 3+ years of experience as a data/software developer/scientist or related technical job
  • Experience managing platforms or infrastructure software systems
  • Experience building/managing big data or traditional DW platform components
  • A passion for music and the music business
  • Fluent in French and English
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and technical writing skills in English

Music Tomorrow is a remote-first employer. However, this job will require you to be able to attend certain meetings with our clients in Paris, so you’ll have to be based in France within a reasonable commuting distance to the capital. At the moment, we do not support relocation: our remote work policy offers our employees near-complete flexibility, but as of now we don’t hire outside France for this position.

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