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The experience of a lifetime.

Campus MovieFest gives students all over the world the opportunity of a lifetime. We help identify and enable the next generation of content makers by removing technological barriers and helping students form strong relationships with the music and film industry.

About Working at CMF


Currently Available Positions
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  • Tour Manager - Atlanta

      Phone Number:
      404.748.0012

      Email Address:
      jobs@campusmoviefest.com

      Pay Scale:
      $2,400 per month
      12-month full time contract

      Summary:
      Campus MovieFest, the world’s largest student film festival is adding a member to their tour management team. Campus MovieFest travels around the world providing students with laptops, camcorders, and training to create their own short films. The films then screen on college campuses, compete for prizing, and have the chance to advance to the national CMF Grand Finale event at the end of the school year.

      Campus MovieFest is looking for an energetic and organized Tour Manager to lead team of 3-5 members that will plan and execute regional Tours at college and university campuses primarily in Atlanta, GA, with some travel required for schools outside the city.

      The Tour Manager should be a highly organized and self-motivated individual with excellent managerial skills to help the CMF Tour meet and exceed participation goals for student filmmakers as well as attendees at Finale screening events.

      Requirements:
      An applicant for the Tour Manager position must be based in Atlanta, but willing to travel periodically throughout the school semester. They will be required to train and manage a team of 3 to 5 people. Utilizing their team, a Tour Manager must plan and execute a CMF regional Tour. This entails distributing a fleet of laptops and video gear to thousands of students across dozens of college and university campuses. The Tour Manager will coordinate efforts for the entire team, which involves promoting the event, training the students in filmmaking, collecting the films and equipment, and ultimately running Finales that showcase the top films on each campus. The position requires a hardworking and efficient manager with strong leadership skills and the ability to adapt quickly to new challenges. A background in college event planning or event marketing is preferred and it is suggested that they have a working knowledge of Apple technology.

      Job Duties:

    • Train and manage a team of 3-5 people.
    • Coordinate the logistics of the festival with contacts at each school. This may include developing a promotions strategy, Launch and Collection logistics, and Finale planning and execution including projection of films.
    • Create and manage Tour budget.
    • Create Tour Calendar and schedule staffing for multiple events simultaneously.
    • Interface with faculty and student staff at each school.
    • Report to and meet goals set by upper management.
    • Coordinate travel and living arrangements for your team for 1-3 schools per semester outside a 150-mile radius of Atlanta.
    • Communicate requirements and initiatives from Central Office to all other members of the team.
    • Manage and promote all corporate sponsor initiatives involved with the Tour.
    • Tracking inventory of a fleet of equipment consisting of Apple laptops, Panasonic cameras, Western Digital hard drives, etc.
    • A valid driver license and the ability to drive a 17’ box truck and lift a minimum of 25 lbs.
    • Benefits:

    • Empowering thousands of students with the ability to create their own short films.
    • Work with premier brands such as Western Digital, Panasonic, Adobe, and many more.
    • Interact with professors and administrators from dozens of the top educational institutions.
    • Opportunity to visit to dozens of college campuses in the Atlanta area with the potential for 1-3 schools outside of Atlanta per semester.
    • Any travel expenses including housing and transportation will be covered for schools outside a 150-mile radius of Atlanta, as well as an additional $100 stipend per two-week travel period.
    • Enjoy a rewarding adventure with a one-of-a-kind company passionate about changing the lives of thousands of students.
    • Access to emerging technology including the newest Panasonic cameras and Adobe software.
    • Rapid growth potential within a young, expanding company.
    • Subsidized health care options after 60 days of employment. 401k options after one year.
    • Send all resumes and coverletters to jobs@campusmoviefest.com

  • Promotions Manager

      Phone Number:
      404.748.0012

      Email Address:
      jobs@campusmoviefest.com

      Pay Scale:
      $2,150 per month 9 month contracts from August 1-April 30th (payment options can vary based on employee wishes). Housing, travel expenses, and $200 monthly living stipend provided during traveling periods of the Tour.

      Summary:
      Campus MovieFest, the world’s largest student film festival is adding a member to their tour management team. Campus MovieFest travels around the world providing students with laptops, camcorders, and training to create their own short films. The films then screen on college campuses, compete for prizing, and have the chance to advance to the national CMF Grand Finale event at the end of the school year.

      The Promotions Manager is responsible for assembling, training, and managing a promotions team that will help market CMF to students, faculty, and clubs on college campuses.

      The Promotions Manager should be a highly organized and self-motivated individual with a competitive spirit to help the CMF Tour meet and exceed participation goals for student filmmakers as well as attendees at Finale screening events.

      Requirements:
      An applicant for the Promotions Manager position must be willing to travel extensively for long periods of time while on Tour. They must be outgoing and friendly with excellent communications skills and confidence to speak in front of small and large audiences. The Promotions Manager should energetically engage students and clearly explain what Campus MovieFest is and why it is such an amazing event. They should be able to innovate new ways to promote CMF and motivate their promotions team. They should use their creativity to add value to the events and improve the experiences of the students. A background in college event planning or event marketing is preferred and it is suggested that they have a working knowledge of Apple technology. Experience with a variety of Social Media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, SnapChat, and Tumblr is required.

      Job Duties:

    • Hire, train, and manage a grass-roots promotions staff for the tour.
    • Recruit, train, and work with student volunteers to develop a custom marketing strategy for each school. (How to promote? When to promote? Where to promote?)
    • Develop and execute the marketing strategy for each campus and schedule the promotions staff and student volunteers to fulfill it.
    • Possess excellent organizational skills and the ability to coordinate promotions strategies on multiple campuses simultaneously.
    • Promote corporate sponsor initiatives.
    • Work with the schools to ensure we have access to the best places to promote and are taking advantage of all on-campus opportunities for promoting CMF.
    • Develop and execute Social Media strategy for on-campus events and sponsor initiatives on multiple platforms including, but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SnapChat, Tumblr, etc.
    • Draft Press Releases and liaison with campus media outlets including campus newspaper, radio station, television station, blogs, and “be the face” of the CMF Tour.
    • Help Tour Manager prepare and inventory all necessary resources for the tour.
    • Assist the Tour Manager in running the day-to-day operations of the tour.
    • Work with Tour Manager to delegate responsibilities, manage, and supervise CMF co-ops (semester-long interns who travel with the CMF Tours).
    • A valid driver license and the ability to drive a 17’ box truck and lift a minimum of 25 lbs.
    • Benefits:

    • Empowering thousands of students with the ability to create their own short films.
    • Work with premier brands such as Western Digital, Panasonic, Adobe, and many more.
    • Interact with professors and administrators from dozens of the top educational institutions.
    • Opportunity to travel to dozens of college campuses around the country.
    • Enjoy a rewarding adventure with a one-of-a-kind company passionate about changing the lives of thousands of students.
    • Flexible payment options.
    • Access to emerging technology including the newest Panasonic cameras and Adobe software.
    • Rapid growth potential within a young, expanding company.
    • Subsidized health care options after 90 days of employment. 401k options after one year.
    • Send all resumes and coverletters to jobs@campusmoviefest.com

  • Tour Manager

      Phone Number:
      404.748.0012

      Email Address:
      jobs@campusmoviefest.com

      Pay Scale:
      $2,300 per month 9 month contracts from August 1-April 30th (payment options can vary based on employee wishes). Housing, travel expenses, and $200 monthly living stipend provided during traveling periods of the Tour.

      Summary:
      Campus MovieFest, the world’s largest student film festival is adding a member to their tour management team. Campus MovieFest travels around the world providing students with laptops, camcorders, and training to create their own short films. The films then screen on college campuses, compete for prizing, and have the chance to advance to the national CMF Grand Finale event at the end of the school year.

      Campus MovieFest is looking for an energetic and organized Tour Manager to lead team of 3-5 members that will plan and execute regional Tours at college and university campuses across the United States.

      The Tour Manager should be a highly organized and self-motivated individual with excellent managerial skills to help the CMF Tour meet and exceed participation goals for student filmmakers as well as attendees at Finale screening events.

      Requirements:
      An applicant for the Tour Manager position must be willing to travel extensively for long periods of time while on Tour. They will be required to train and manage a team of 3 to 5 people. Utilizing their team, a Tour Manager must plan and execute a CMF regional Tour. This entails distributing a fleet of laptops and video gear to thousands of students across dozens of college and university campuses. The Tour Manager will coordinate efforts for the entire team, which involves promoting the event, training the students in filmmaking, collecting the films and equipment, and ultimately running Finales that showcase the top films on each campus. The position requires a hardworking and efficient manager with strong leadership skills and the ability to adapt quickly to new challenges. A background in college event planning or event marketing is preferred and it is suggested that they have a working knowledge of Apple technology.

      Job Duties:

    • Train and manage a team of 3-5 people.
    • Coordinate the logistics of the festival with contacts at each school. This may include developing a promotions strategy, Launch and Collection logistics, and Finale planning and execution including projection of films.
    • Create and manage Tour budget.
    • Create Tour Calendar and schedule staffing for multiple events simultaneously.
    • Interface with faculty and student staff at each school.
    • Report to and meet goals set by upper management.
    • Coordinate travel and living arrangements for your team.
    • Communicate requirements and initiatives from Central Office to all other members of the team.
    • Manage and promote all corporate sponsor initiatives involved with the Tour.
    • Tracking inventory of a fleet of equipment consisting of Apple laptops, Panasonic cameras, Western Digital hard drives, etc.
    • A valid driver license and the ability to drive a 17’ box truck and lift a minimum of 25 lbs.
    • Benefits:

    • Empowering thousands of students with the ability to create their own short films.
    • Work with premier brands such as Western Digital, Panasonic, Adobe, and many more.
    • Interact with professors and administrators from dozens of the top educational institutions.
    • Opportunity to travel to dozens of college campuses around the country.
    • Enjoy a rewarding adventure with a one-of-a-kind company passionate about changing the lives of thousands of students.
    • Flexible payment options.
    • Access to emerging technology including the newest Panasonic cameras and Adobe software.
    • Rapid growth potential within a young, expanding company.
    • Subsidized health care options after 90 days of employment. 401k options after one year.
    • Send all resumes and coverletters to jobs@campusmoviefest.com


About Campus MovieFest

CMF began ten years ago when four students at Emory University provided fellow students with everything they needed to make movies in one week. Since then, nearly 500,000 students have told their stories on the big screen, receiving all the necessary technology and training for free thanks to corporate partners and schools. Past winners have walked away with over $2 million in prizes and seen their films on the big screens at CMF events nationwide, at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner, and on millions of smaller screens - including AT&T mobile devices, in-flight on Virgin America, and online. For more information about Campus MovieFest or to see the best CMF movies, visit campusmoviefest.com.