The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is the world's preeminent movie related organization, comprised of 8,000+ accomplished men and women working in cinema. 

We recognize and uphold excellence in the motion picture arts and sciences, inspire imagination, and connect the world through the medium of motion pictures. 

Aug 12, 2019
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will be the world’s premier museum dedicated to the art and science of movies. Located at Wilshire and Fairfax in Los Angeles, the Museum will be simultaneously immersive, experimental, educational, and entertaining. More than a museum, this dynamic film center will offer unparalleled experiences and insights into movies and moviemaking. This position is an outstanding opportunity for the right candidate to join the operations team. Under the supervision of the Security Supervisor. The candidate must be able to work a variable schedule to include weekends and holidays. The scheduled hours may change weekly due to museum events.   Job Functions:   Security Officer- Level 1 Assigned to regular or special posts; assignments may change daily and without notice Observe, detect and reports on any suspicious activity, safety hazards or damage to property Enforces Academy Museum security policies and procedures using good judgment and excellent public relations skills. Refers unresolved concerns or issues to shift supervisor May respond to incidents and emergency calls Participates in training for all museum personnel on a periodic basis and assist with annual drills in compliance with applicable laws   Security Officer- Level 2 (all above) plus: Maintains high visibility while on assignment Ensures that all business appointments are verified and that staff members are contacted upon arrival Observe, detect and reports on any suspicious activity, safety hazards or damage to property This position requires standing for long periods of time (up to 6 hours per shift)   Security Officer- Level 3 (all the above) plus: Experience working with in a Security Control Room or call center is preferred Monitors various security related systems such as alarm systems, video surveillance and fire alarm annunciator panel in the Control Room Dispatches alarm activations with specific information to Security staff over the radio to on duty Security staff when necessary Uses radio channels and responds to requests for assistance and service Notifies local agencies for assistance such as Fire, Police and others for emergency assistance when necessary Relief Supervisor duties as needed   POSITION REQUIREMENTS    Security Officer- Level 1 1+ years of experience as a security officer with a museum, event or public performance venue, or similar institution preferred Experience interacting with general public in a professional manner- courtesy, positive demeanor and good judgement Experience in building evacuations and emergency response preferred This position requires standing for long periods of time (up to 6 hours per shift)   Security Officer- Level 2 (all the above) plus: Experienced working in a Business or Employee entrance lobby Experience issuing staff or visitor ID badges and maintaining a daily accountability log   Security Officer- Level 3 (all the above) plus:  2+ years of experience as a security officer with a museum, event or public performance venue or similar institution is preferred Experience working with in a Security Control Room or call center is preferred Monitors various security related systems such as alarm systems, video surveillance and fire alarm annunciator panel in the Control Room Dispatches alarm activations with specific information to Security staff over the radio to on duty Security staff when necessary Uses radio channels and responds to requests for assistance and service Notifies local agencies for assistance such as Fire, Police and others for emergency assistance when necessary Relief Supervisor duties as needed
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Los Angeles, CA, USA Facilities / Transport
Aug 12, 2019
Reporting to the Creative Director, the Creative Manager is responsible for project managing the Academy's branding and design projects.   Responsibilities:  Supervise in-house design team's progress on a daily basis, ensuring creative deliverables stay in line with brief, brand identity, intent and purpose, and on schedule. Receive requests for creative materials from all departments in the company. Brief Creative Director on all requests received. Determine resources required and propose project timelines. Brainstorm best approaches and creative solutions to project requests. Supervise the collection and organization of all project specifications, approved copy, assets, including reference and inspiration. Ensure designers are briefed on projects, either independently or with Creative Director. Organize project kick-off, check-in, post-mortem, and brainstorm meetings as necessary. Monitor creative hours spent and update Creative Director when projects are trending over budget. Route creative materials for approvals within the department and throughout the organization. Deliver final approved creative at correct specs and per established schedules to those departments requesting materials. Coordinate with print and promotional item vendors to test and produce materials. Relay specifications to designers and costs to the departments requesting materials. Ensure departmental alignment by being the conduit between corporate communications, e-commerce, social media, and everything in-between.   POSITION REQUIREMENTS    Bachelor degree in film, design, marketing, communications, project management or related field. 5+ years of creative agency or in-house creative department experience. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Cloud and the ability to make changes to existing artwork as needed. Excellent problem-solving skills with the proven ability to meet deadlines while juggling multiple projects in a faced-paced environment. Strong verbal and written communications skills with the ability to work independently or with a team while displaying a professional work ethic. Must be a movie fan with passion, curiosity, and passion.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Los Angeles, CA, USA Marketing / PR
Aug 12, 2019
We are seeking a dynamic, organized, self-starter to join the team as a Coordinator supporting the Member Relations and Awards department. Specifically, you will be working with the Associate Director in charge of the Music, Sound, Costume and Design categories/branches. In addition, you will be responsible for CRM data entry throughout the year including collecting and entering data for these branches including membership records and demographic data. Data entry skills are essential including typing, a focus on detail, familiarity with spreadsheets and online forms, and the ability to transfer documents into CRM records. You will also partner with the department’s Associate Directors and the Managing Director during the awards season for all matters as needed.   Responsibilities:   AWARDS SUBMISSIONS Process incoming submission materials for various awards categories including Original Song and Original Score. Organize and upload submission materials into folders accessible by committee members for eligibility vetting. Liaise with streaming vendor for video clip submissions. Answer basic inquiries from submitters.   MEMBERSHIP REVIEW  Maintain master spreadsheet listing of all branch membership review meetings with corresponding staffing details. Coordinate remote voting device implementation and training; keep all department support staff trained and assign to the various meetings as needed. Organize and upload new member proposals for specific branches. Book meeting spaces as needed. Coordinate with IT & Meeting Services for tech support/catering/etc. for meetings. Keep executive offices updated about scheduled BEC meetings. Upload meeting materials for iPads and remote viewing. Track RSVPs and attendance. Assist with department projects/events as needed including awards shows. Work with the Member Relations and Awards team on all member related events throughout the year including Governors Awards and the Oscars.   POSITION REQUIREMENTS    Bachelor degree preferred. Prior experience in an administrative role supporting one or more managers. Strong computer proficiency including Outlook, Word, Excel, CRM and other administrative computer software. Outstanding verbal and written communication skills with special attention to detail and accuracy. Flexibility and the ability to prioritize while working on multiple projects and meeting deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Ability to work independently as well as cooperatively with other Academy departments and interact professionally and gracefully with Academy members and the public. Availability to work some nights and weekends as needed with short notice. Must have reliable transportation.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Los Angeles, CA, USA Programs
Aug 12, 2019
Manage and facilitate the work of the committees responsible for both the Academy Awards and Academy membership in the following branches: Costume Designers, Music, Production Design, and Sound. Additionally, this role is the department’s point person for voting. This position reports to the Managing Director, Member Relations and Awards, and supervises a coordinator as well as a shared assistant and seasonal support as needed. In addition, this person will work closely with the Membership Outreach team to activate and engage the membership for events, programming and membership mentorships. This associate director will also work with the staff to help the Academy reach its ongoing diversity goals.  This position requires a candidate with a high degree of human relations skills as well as a strategic nature. The successful candidate should excel at diplomacy, establishing and developing relationships, leadership, and maintaining composure in a fast-paced and stressful environment.   POSITION REQUIREMENTS    Develop and implement strategies to increase member engagement and voting in special categories. Must understand and interpret the rules governing the associate director’s categories. Annually work with committees to set awards rules. Responsible for ensuring efficient and effective management of membership, screenings, and related issues for categories and branches. Coordinate and facilitate Branch Executive Committees’ meetings and subcommittee meetings as needed. As the Branch liaison, work towards developing further member engagement through Branch member events, programs and initiatives. Develop strategies on the new membership initiatives and contribute towards the yearly membership review process. Manage and respond to inquiries regarding the awards submission process, particularly for the Original Song and Original Score categories which have a separate submission process and multiple deliverables for each award entry; oversee and supervise voting screenings if needed. Determine eligibility entries for the awards categories of the branches listed above. Serve as department point person for voting for Academy Awards, Governor and Committee Elections, and potential additional voting scenarios as needed. Relay issues from voting members and trouble-shoot to resolve questions from the development team, as well as being on point for generation & delivery of accurate ballot lists for ingest into online voting system. Participate in daily morning conference calls for status updates during active voting periods is mandatory. Represent the Academy through outreach to festivals and other organizations to clarify rules, eligibility and membership-related questions. Respond to inquiries by filmmakers, publicists, distribution companies, and the general public. Work with Communications to provide accurate response to press inquiries. Work with Communications on increasing voter participation and engagement and general membership communication. Communicate with filmmakers regarding ineligible films and rules violations. Other tasks as assigned by the Managing Director, Member Relations and Awards. Supervises one direct report.   Qualifications and Requirements  Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 7 years of experience. At least 3 years of experience working with a non-profit, membership-based organization, preferably at a film or arts-focused institution. Demonstrated experience directly leading and managing staff. Ability to manage and assign tasks to support staff and provide performance feedback. Must be able to work independently with the ability to juggle priorities and manage time to effectively meet deadlines. Strong organizational and project management skills with the ability to handle a sometimes-heavy workload in a fast-paced work environment. A self-directed and resourceful person who is supportive, personable, and able to manage multiple priorities. Proactive in asking questions when needed and resourceful in solving problems. Strong interpersonal, written, and verbal communications skills. Must exhibit a high level of professionalism and confidentiality. Must be detail-oriented and organized, with excellent follow-through skills. Proficient in Microsoft office. Experience with CRM desired. Able to anticipate needs and act upon requests independently. Strong knowledge of and interest in film and current motion picture industry. Must be able to work evenings, weekends, and some holidays as well as late hours on short notice.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Los Angeles, CA, USA Senior Management - Director
Aug 12, 2019
Reporting to the Managing Director, Marketing and Communications, the Director, Digital Marketing will be responsible for the development and execution of the Academy’s digital marketing strategy and will contribute to the Academy’s organizational strategic operations. The Director will execute a global consumer engagement plan, directly managing online activities that promote, enhance, and protect the organization’s brand reputation and strategic goals. You will be responsible for the Academy’s digital marketing products and services including: websites, apps, social media platforms, email campaigns and other online communications. In particular, you will be responsible for achieving the Academy’s goal of connecting filmmakers with fans.   Responsibilities: Develop and implement a strategic fan engagement plan across digital platforms and products to advance the Academy’s brand identity, broaden awareness of its programs and priorities, and increase the visibility of its programs across key audiences. Develop all elements of the Academy’s social strategy, designing and driving the Academy’s worldwide social content and tactics including paid media. Manage campaign results and analytics. Oversee development of website and new media projects including apps; manage relationships with associated vendors and partners. Serve as digital marketing expert, both internally and externally as a representative of the Academy.   POSITION REQUIREMENTS    Minimum of 10-12 years senior leadership experience in interactive/online, digital advertising, emails campaigns, and key social media platforms (including, but not limited to, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Medium and Snapchat, etc.). Creative thinking and ability to strategize in the field of emerging media. Knowledge and understanding of social media tools and techniques, new technologies, search, trends, and the latest in marketing innovation. Experience in integrating content into multiple online distribution channels. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, especially interpersonal communication with a diverse range of people and talent. Must be highly detail oriented and organized with the ability to manage multiple priorities and demanding timeframes.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Los Angeles, CA, USA Marketing / PR