Category Archives: Assistants (JM-DB)
Great front of house personality and high energy are required. Qualified candidates must possess superior verbal communication and customer service skills and an eye for detail. Duties include welcoming visitors, training office production assistants, handling mail, coordinating conference rooms, managing lunch orders and tracking inventory.
Duties include heavy administrative duties (scheduling, coordinating travel, handling correspondence, personal errands, expenses, invoicing, social media, etc.) with additional creative opportunities to aid with work on music driven projects in film, television, and Broadway. Should have a BA/BS degree, at least one year agency or industry related administrative experience.
Responsibilities include answering phones, scheduling appointments, managing client press coverage and reporting, updating and maintaining client press kits, building media lists and general administrative management. Ideal candidate should be detail oriented, have great writing and communication skills, and a Bachelor Degree in PR/related field.
Beverly Hills office has A-List clientele who work 60% feature film and 40% television, live action and animation. Fast paced, boutique office. Multi-tasking a must. Optimal candidate is articulate, independent, honest and seriously interested in becoming an agent.
Assistant will support original content development team and creative producers. Duties will include phone and email correspondence, maintaining schedules, booking travel, office management, and script coverage.
We are looking for creative assistants who are coming off of the desk with a minimum of 2 years of experience. Candidate must have entertainment experience and the ability to manage several, high volume desks.
This is a busy desk requiring extreme attention to detail, as well as clear communication, multi-tasking, and time management skills. The ideal candidate is a self-starter who is articulate, organized, and enthusiastic. A voracious reader and consumer of film and television is a plus.
Tasks include typical assistant duties: scheduling appointments, rolling calls, etc. Looking for a candidate with the ability to problem solve, think ahead and handle stressful situations calmly.
Essential duties include assisting an Agent specializing in department head positions including post and VFX, and being a team player within the department. Top candidates have previous agency or entertainment experience and have a passionate desire to become a Production Agent.
We are looking for someone with at least one year on a desk in the industry. Candidates must have a college degree, strong administrative (Mac proficient), organizational, and communication skills along with excellent attention to detail. We’re looking for someone who thrives in a fast-paced environment and can handle stressful situations in a calm, professional manner.
The CEO is a writer, director, and producer whose credits include Felicity, Sports Night, Dracula and 24. Candidates should have one to two years of first assistant experience at a major agency, management company, or production company, and an interest in producing.
Position provides administrative support to division President, Worldwide Marketing and to the Executive Assistant IV. Responsibilities include but not limited to: greets and interacts with senior management, filmmakers, talent, agents and with various divisions within Warner Bros.
Candidate must have experience using Cision, Microsoft Word, Excel and be proficient with social media. Candidate must be able to answer phones, organize calendar, write press releases, pitches and bios and must be able to cover red carpets with talent.
Main duties include scheduling meetings, making travel arrangements, organizing daily calendars, and help coordinate on a broad range of projects. Duties may extend to dealing with personal matters so the CEO can be available and more efficient for business related work.
Must be detailed-oriented, resourceful, and practice discretion and professionalism. We are focused on the business of entertainment so knowledge of the entertainment ecosystem, and digital media, plus one to two years writing/communications experience required.
Candidates with a Bachelor’s Degree is strongly preferred with excellent attention to detail and follow through. Duties include administrative needs, management liaison, and office hospitality. Qualifications and responsibilities will be elaborated during interview.
Breakdown Services is seeking an entry level employee who is familiar with the entertainment industry, and is willing to do extensive research on specific topics to help build and expand a database of information used daily by agents, managers, producers, and other employees in the world of film and television production.
This is an opportunity to work for a company with a great reputation, learn/expand your knowledge of the TV industry and gain/increase your agency experience. This position includes answering heavy phones, running daily errands, handling mail and general office support.
Position provides administrative support to division President, Worldwide Marketing and to the Executive Assistant IV. Functions as a representative of the President’s office. Responsibilities include but not limited to: Greets and interacts with senior management, filmmakers, talent, agents and with various divisions within Warner Bros. Responsible for handling calls, ensures phone sheet is updated and maintained with accuracy, set and review schedules, arranges travel and manages potential conflicts.
Ideal candidate would be super organized, have great phone manner, be personable and resourceful, empathetic, quick on their feet, and fun. Must be able to multi-task and function as part of a team. Extensive MAC skills, iMovie, IE, Breakdowns and LA Casting.
The candidate will work across many divisions, including theatrical, television, home entertainment and digital. The successful candidate must have experience handling a wide range of administrative support and be able to work well in an environment of constantly changing priorities. Entertainment or agency experience in Marketing highly preferred.
Responsibilities include ordering/picking up meals, tracking deliveries/returns, taking cars to get serviced, running errands. Company car will be provided during working hours or reimbursement will be given.
The successful candidate must have experience handling a wide range of administrative and executive support-related tasks and be able to work well within an administrative team in an environment of constantly changing priorities.
The candidate will assist the managers at the company. Responsibilities include managing phone lines, scheduling, using breakdown services, general administration/office management, and handling client related needs. The candidate must have strong communication skills, ability to manage and prioritize a heavy workload, and a ”can do” attitude.
This position is for both talent department and literary department, interest in both areas is important. Clients include touring stand-up comedians, writers, actors and directors. Responsibilities include phones, administrative, calendar for manager and clients. One year agency experience is necessary.
Participate in pre-event planning including guest lists and pre-event production. Assist with onsite logistics, guest check in and event details. Position will support logistics related to talent needs, photoshoots, panels, etc. Secure credentials for events, award shows and premieres.
Will be responsible for calls, greeting clients, mail and packages, restocking office supplies, assisting the Principal and Head of Production with requests, script and project research. Must have proficiency with a Mac, Microsoft Office, knowledge of Final Draft and Adobe Creative Suite apps is a plus.
Looking for someone coming off a feature or tv lit desk and who is looking to make their foray into development. Three plus years of experience.
Must be detail-oriented with excellent communication and writing skills and the desire to learn and grow in the entertainment industry. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, heavy e-mails and phones, scheduling, note-taking, reading scripts, writing coverage, and liaising with partners and clients.
The job requires managing heavy phones, coordinating schedules, and basic video editing. Candidates should have exceptional organizational skills and a proactive attitude. Long hours will be expected, but for the right person growth opportunities are available.