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Pearson Partnership Director/Academy of Pop in Los Angeles, California

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At Pearson, we’re committed to a world that’s always learning and to our talented team who makes it all possible. We are bold thinkers and standout innovators who push the boundaries of technology. We create seeds of learning that become the catalyst for the world’s innovations.

The Partnership Director will serve as the key point person and liaison for operational activity between Pearson and Academy of Pop (AOP).

Academy of Pop is a new entertainment driven performing arts learning platform that will offer innovative coaching from world-renowned instructors and provide performers of all levels with the opportunity to watch, participate, and progress within a passionately engaged global community.

Location is remotely from Los Angeles, California.

Core Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Identify connections between Pearson capabilities and AOP needs, and translate those opportunities into new points of collaboration

  • Work with AOP and Pearson to prepare short-term and long-term strategic roadmaps for the partnership and enable the team to over-deliver on expected results

  • Lead multiple high-priority projects simultaneously, ensuring that execution remains on track and is aligned to agreed-on goals

  • Monitor business processes and quickly implement changes where necessary to improve efficiency

  • Facilitate effective communication and coordination between key stakeholders across Pearson and AOP

  • Work with Finance/Legal to ensure Pearson support to AOP is defined and costed in line with contract

  • Formulate, track, and report on key business metrics to internal stakeholders

Required Skills, Experience, and Competencies

  • Media / entertainment experience preferred (e.g., music/TV/production)

  • Strong project management experience

  • Comfortable operating with high levels of ambiguity in a start-up environment and willing to jump in and be a strong team player

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Strong knowledge of and relationships within Pearson

  • Able to communicate well with people from multiple functional backgrounds, including creative, technical, operational, and financial

  • High level of comfort with ambiguity and juggling multiple projects

  • Demonstrated business acumen, operational abilities, and analytical skills

  • Passionate about learning and the arts

  • Capable of working across teams and all levels of management to influence outcomes, increase collaboration, and build relationships

  • Strong commitment to timelines, accuracy, and professionalism



Organization: North America Connections

Schedule: FULL_TIME

Req ID: 993