Corporate Development Associate / Mergers & Acquisitions

AT&T's Mergers &
Acquisitions / Corporate Development professionals lead, negotiate, and execute
all domestic and international acquisitions, divestitures, venture capital and
other strategic investments.  With over
$160B in revenue and a diverse line of businesses that generate a steady deal
flow, AT&T provides a platform for M&A professionals to work on
transactions of various types and sizes and across multiple industries,
including telecommunications, media, and technology.

Associates participate in
the Corporate Development Leadership Program and are provided with mentorship
opportunities with AT&T leaders.  Additionally,
Associates will have opportunities to take on increasing levels of responsibility
as they grow in the organization.

Key responsibilities include:

Work closely with Senior
Management to identify targets, define strategic rationale and evaluate
potential transactions

Utilize discounted cash
flow and other valuation techniques to assess economic value of potential

Create detailed financial analysis
including pro forma scenarios to assess impacts to AT&T

Lead and coordinate the
due diligence process  

Develop presentation
materials for AT&T Officers and the AT&T Board of Directors

Support the structuring
and negotiation of term sheets and definitive agreements

Play an integral role in actively
managing both internal and external stakeholders and all aspects of the M&A
deal execution process

Skills / Requirements include:

Excellent analytical
abilities and financial modeling skills including working knowledge of
financial and accounting theory

Deliver high quality and
accurate work products in a timely manner

Outstanding work ethic and
an excellent client service mindset

Strong oral and written
communication and presentation skills

Commitment to work in a highly
collaborative, demanding, performance-based work environment

Capable of learning and
assimilating new information and skills quickly

Ability to interact with Senior
Management of a Fortune 10 company

MBA required

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