ACM Hiring: Manager, Internship Opportunities

The Academy of Country Music has several job and internship openings.

The organization seeks a Strategic Partnerships Manager to be responsible for ensuring the contractual sponsorship elements, either sold through dick clark productions and/or 3rd party sales agent(s) and/or in-house ACM/LL strategic partnership staff, have been satisfied and communicated. The Strategic Partnership Manager will work together with ACM staff in the strategy, planning and execution of ACM and LL’s partnership programs, including identifying, cultivating, and developing leads and prospects and working with key staff to negotiate contracts and packages, closing deals, and providing account management. This person will identify and secure revenue generating opportunities with prospects across industries, foster revenue opportunities with existing sponsors, and develop a multi-year strategy and planning goals to increase sponsorship and corporate partnership revenue for ACM and LL. Travel will be required for events and meetings. Position is based in Encino, California. A Bachelor’s degree and 3+ years’ experience in sponsorship and/or partnership department at an entertainment company is required. A cover letter and resume can be sent to [email protected].

Additionally, the ACM is looking for interns to work closely with the Academy staff in the following departments: Event Management, Operations, Public Relations & Marketing, Lifting Lives (ACM’s charitable arm), Social Media, Creative and Content Production. Internships will include work as part of the 53rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards and ACM Party For A Cause. Internships are based in Los Angeles and will start in early January running through mid-April 2017, which includes a 10-day stay in Las Vegas with hotel, travel and meals provided. Candidates may receive credit for their participation and a weekly stipend for their internship. Priority is given to sophomores, juniors, and seniors in the following majors: Business, Communications, Entertainment Management, Festival or Event Management, Journalism, Marketing, Multimedia/New Media, Music Management, Non-Profit Management, Public Relations, Social Media, or Video Production. However, all students encouraged to apply. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to [email protected] no later than Oct. 27, 2017.


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