Q: What types of jobs are available at Viacom?

A: Viacom offers a wide variety of opportunities spanning all areas of our business. Employment opportunities can be found within our media networks including MTV, VH1, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, TV Land and more, as well as across our corporate divisions such as Finance, Human Resources, Legal, Corporate Communications, Administrative and beyond.

Q: How do I apply for a job at Viacom?

A: Search our current job openings by clicking the Home tab above and then "Search Jobs." When you find a position that matches your unique skills and experience, click the "Apply for this Position" button. Follow the instructions to fill out the online form and upload your resume.

Q: When will I hear back about my application?

A: Due to the large number of applications we receive, we cannot respond to everyone who applies. Human Resources will contact you if you are being considered for a position.

Q: How do I apply for an internship at Viacom?

A: Viacom offers internships to qualified full-time college students and the Summer Associate Program to recent graduates with the opportunity to put their know-how to use and get practical real-world experience. Click on the "Internships" tab in the navigation bar above for more details and information on how to apply to these programs.

Q: How do I learn more about Viacom, is there someone I can speak with?

A: The best way to stay in touch with us is through our social network communities. Here, you can find the most recent jobs, breaking news about Viacom and ask questions about the application process. Please click the social network icons at the top of any page in this site, or check out the Viacom Blog.

Q: I'm having trouble using the site or applying to jobs, what should I do?

A: If you've forgotten your password, you can request it under the "returning applicants" section here. Only a single profile that is attached to a unique email address is necessary to apply to multiple positions. Please be sure to complete all required fields marked with an asterisk (*) before submitting your application and note the acceptable resume formats (DOC, DOCX, RTF, PDF, TXT, HTML).

Q: I'm having trouble updating my resume attachment.

A: When you replace the file, you'll need to press "submit" before you will see that the new document has been attached. Please try to upload, then press the "submit" button at the bottom of application page and then view your application again. The updated resume should now appear.

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