Category Archives: Assistants (JM-DB)
Duties include phones, hiring and managing interns, tracking and ordering office supplies, and maintaining general office upkeep.
The ideal candidate needs to be familiar with managing calendars and heavy phone calls, and also possess strong organization and communication skills. This position will require interacting with entire client list, so strong interpersonal skills are a must.
We are seeking a career-minded assistant. The successful candidate must be able to work well in a fast paced environment, have the ability to multi-task and be detail-oriented on behalf of an extremely busy executive.
Duties include problem solving with licensees regarding data reporting, general support for billing related issues and acting as first-contact and liaison for any other licensee-related customer support communication. Detail oriented, self-motivated.
Self-starter with proven problem-solving skills, detail oriented, efficient & well organized. Ideally: personable, motivated, excellent communication, calm under pressure & strong work ethic.
Candidate must have strong phone, communication, and organizational skills, including tact and professionalism, strong writing skills, excellent follow- through and client service skills.
Duties include artist and client contact, phones, scheduling, production and social media. Candidate should thrive in fast-paced environment, be hardworking and outgoing and detailed oriented, with the ability to learn and adapt quickly.
This desk has a history of promoting assistants to both talent and literary managers as well as producers. Candidates should be extremely bright, well versed in the business, ambitious and ready to take their career to the next level.
Ideal candidate has at least one year experience as an assistant in the entertainment industry, preferable at an agency or similar, and strong creative instinct.
Should have the ability to manage across departments, possess great interpersonal skills, take ownership, be proactive, and pitch out of the box ideas. This is a fast-paced, high-volume desk, but it’s a great opportunity to grow within the company.
Job responsibilities include but are not limited to phones, email correspondence, scheduling, extensive travel coordination both domestic and international, and expenses.
Responsibilities extend beyond standard duties to include development and actively flagging projects that can grow client business and the company’s slate.
We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic team player to work closely with a small team. Coordinate markets and executive schedules, contracts, phones, and other office work. Read scripts and provide feedback. Opportunity to travel internationally.
In addition to coordination of scheduling and time management, the position includes day to day duties (errands, shopping, returns), minor administrative responsibilities, and coordinating short and long term schedules with the different business parties associated (i.e. agents, manager, business manager, lawyers, publicists, etc.).
Candidate must be conscious and grounded, have film/TV production background and assistant experience. Opportunity to grow with the right person. Must know how to manage schedules, calendars, travel, assist in meetings, note taking.
Qualified candidates will have at least one year of previous desk experience. Beyond typical assistant duties, a strong interest in development is expected.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to reception duties, managing company and personal calendars, coordinating travel, office management duties, expenses, coordinating guests, etc.
Responsibilities will include but not limited to administrative support, updating status reports, managing RSVP lists, coordinating travel and schedules, assistance at awards-related events, note taking and research.
The job entails typical assistant duties including rolling calls, scheduling meetings, covering scripts and managing all aspects of a small office.
Typical duties include scheduling, handling phones, coordinating travel, development, personal assistance and interfacing with high level clients. Candidates should be able to problem solve, prioritize, think ahead, handle various tasks, be resourceful, and communicate with others confidently.
Candidates will need to be familiar with administrative work (running a calendar, setting up meetings, ordering supplies, making coffee), be organized, have a great work ethic, and be willing to do whatever job is thrown at them.
This is a full-time shared assistant position, splitting time between two offices, assisting a talent manager and the CEO/Producer with talent management clients, interacting with talent, and exposure to film production.
In this role you’ll work directly for CEO/EP of our company and get first-hand experience developing projects for both linear and digital platforms.
Responsibilities include phones, appointment scheduling, client support, and general assistant duties. The successful candidate must be organized, motivated, be able to think outside the box and have good problem-solving skills.
Responsibilities include phones, emails, schedules, itineraries, etc. Should have good communication skills, great attention to detail and an upbeat personality.
Tasks include: – Scheduling appointments – Rolling calls – Managing client and agent calendars – Taking direction on various client projects – Booking travel. Looking for a candidate with the ability to problem solve, think ahead, handle stressful situations calmly, and use of InEntertainment is a plus.
Must have some Agency, Studio or Management experience.
Self-starter, detail-oriented, multi-tasker, who thrives in fast-paced environments. Wants to grow a career in entertainment PR, to learn from the best in the business, is a team player!
Provide administrative support to the SVP of Original Programming, VP of Original Programming and VP of Programming and Acquisitions including, but not limited to, managing calls, scheduling meetings, handling expenses, coordinating travel, etc.
Responsibilities include, administrative support for the company’s Principal including scheduling, call sheet management, travel, etc. supervising databases in order to track incoming submissions, contacts for filmmakers and other colleagues, and important milestones for various projects in development or production.