• Manager, Acquisitions - Nickelodeon

    Job Locations US-NY-New York
    Viacom International Media Networks
    iCIMS ID
  • Overview and Responsibilities

    As a key member of the Acquisitions team, the acquisitions manager will be responsible for managing the submissions process for all incoming content, partner management, working alongside the Director, Global Acquisitions, Finance, Content Management and the Legal department in order to help the smooth management and execution of all contracts, invoicing, deliverables, dubbing, titling and all other paperwork in an efficient and timely manner. The Manager will be the point of contact for the international programming team’s queries, managing how all of the information from central feeds through to them, regarding deals, deliverables and budget recharges. They will also work alongside the Director of Global Acquisitions managing all third party partners ensuring scheduling, ratings and marketing materials are shared as necessary.


    Screening, reporting and cataloguing of materials:

    • To catalogue, track, review and write screening reports for all incoming submissions. Following this to present appropriate submissions to Director and SVP, Global Acquisitions for review and eventual presenting to IPC group (International Programming Council). To right all rejections where appropriate and catalogue responses. To maintain timely turnaround of submissions and responses.

    Manage contract and payment process:

    • Partner with legal regarding contract drafting and execution, track and update on status. Process and manage invoices and payment, working closely with Finance in order to make sure payments are met. Filter relevant rights information to share with programming teams internationally. Manage, document and maintain a database of rights information, backend information, payments and contract status updates.

    Manage Acquisition department process and inquiries:

    • Be the point person for all inquiries regarding third party acquisitions; manage schedule information and feedback to commercial partnerships such as Mattel, Lego
    • Manage information on all third party acquisitions with international programming teams, ensuring that all information is shared to support roll out and planning
    • Offer support to SVP in creating presentations for IPC off sites, mipcom reports etc
    • Manage and Maintain records for re-licences and supply information on a quarterly basis
    • Invoicing, titling and Ian content page creation and ensure this is done correctly and in a timely manner

    Competitive analysis:

    • Regularly survey the competitive landscape across all platforms to help inform decisions around future acquisitions
    • Present findings to SVP, Director and IPC

    Partnership Management responsibilities:

    • Develop and maintain relationships with distributors once deals are finalized.  Hold regular meetings with partners to align priorities
    • Provide Programming, Promotional and ratings information to partners to ensure a meaningful and successful partnership

    Basic Qualifications

    • BA Degree level education. (Media or Business Development preferable)
    • 3-5 years’ experience in an acquisitions or sales role
    • Experience of reading/ interpreting contract information
    • Understanding of Global TV business, platforms and rights
    • Keen interest or understanding of Non- linear platforms, digital, online and mobile

    Additional Qualifications

    • Organized and detail oriented
    • Proficient in Excel and PowerPoint being able to produce reports, PP presentations on a regular basis
    • Strong negotiation skills
    • Pro-active thinker and Self-starter, able to manage own priorities
    • Able to build and manage relationships with internal and external partners (Established 3rd party relationships preferable)
    • Strong communications skills
    • Ability to problem solve independently and strategically
    • Passion for kid’s TV with a good editorial eye for content, able to produce concise and strategic screening reports


    Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later.
    Share on your newsfeed