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Candidate should be a motivated, intellectually curious, and detail-oriented self-starter with excellent organization, communication and writing skills. Agency experience is preferred.
Assistant will be managing a busy desk where responsibilities include heavy phones, scheduling, tracking money, and interacting with A-list clientele. One year of experience on a talent and/or literary desk at a major management or agency preferred.
You should be hyper organized, love podcasts, and have experience working in a faced paced work environment. This role plays a crucial part in keeping the Content Department afloat; you are the backbone and point of contact for all administrative needs.
Internship provides a broad understanding of the entertainment industry. Ideal candidates are resourceful, great at research and organized. Must be able to start January/February 2020. Internship for school credit only.
Duties include heavy calls, scheduling appointments, filing, creating booking slips, tracking client payments, data gathering/entry, handle medical insurance, reading and giving feedback on scripts, and office administrative work.
The main focus will be in the office but will also be assisting on set as well. Prefer someone with experience but this can also be entry level for the right candidate.
Job duties include phone management, calendar management, scheduling meetings, reading story materials and drafting coverage and notes. Candidate should have critical attention to detail, ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment, and strong proficiency in Mac, Excel, Outlook, and word.
Responsibilities include managing calls; calendar; scheduling auditions, coordinating with: casting, PR, brands, and ad agencies; facilitating digital/social media campaigns, managing client’s schedules/travel, covering clients when needed.
Amazing experience to learn the many facets of independent filmmaking and international sales and distribution. Agency/management experience is preferred.
This is an ideal position for someone who wants to get in on the ground floor of a growing independent studio and participate in television and film physical production. Minimum one-year experience in TV or Film Production supporting an executive required.
Great opportunity to learn about celebrity endorsements and work in a hands-on environment. Must be a self-starter, detail- oriented, have excellent interpersonal skills and a great attitude. Entertainment experience a plus.
Entertainment and sales/pitching experience required. Ideal candidates will be self-starters who have experience cold emailing/calling brands and agencies and are able to cultivate new buyer relationships. Must submit resumes with cover letters.
Featuring Fremantle, MadRiver, Buchwald and more.
The successful candidate will possess excellent communication and people skills, and have the ability to multi-task and motivate a team. Candidates should also have financial and budget management skills, along with strong organization and advanced problem-solving ability.
Company specializes in film financing, production and development and is active in television and publishing. Great opportunity for experience in development. Internship duties include script coverage, research and light errands.
Position includes scheduling appointments, maintaining and updating a GM’s daily calendar with occasional scheduling support for VP. Answering phones, coordinating meetings, arraigning domestic and international travel, preparing expense reports and managing day-to-day logistics.
Must be okay with high volume of personal items. Will also have opportunity to straddle development and production of film and television content at Gilbert Films with the ability to grow. Experience: two to five years of relevant experience assisting a high-level executive required.
One to two years agency/management experience required. Rolling calls, scheduling, organizing work travel, general administrative support. Review materials and scripts. Personable, extremely detail- oriented, motivated. Photoshop, InDesign and basic video editing skills a huge plus.
We value highly motivated, curious, collaborative candidates with impeccable attention to detail, sense of humor and a passion for storytelling and pop culture. Responsibilities include typical assistant duties such as scheduling, meeting notes, expense tracking, grids, in addition to script coverage, story research, and creating pitch decks.
The responsibilities include, but are not limited to: rolling calls, heavy scheduling, travel arrangement, screening script submissions, handling interns and other administrative duties. Preferred qualifications have at least one year of previous executive assistant experience.
Ideal candidates should possess superior organizational and communication skills, be detail- oriented, resourceful, have the ability to multi-task and shift priorities in response to varying demands. Essential Duties include assisting Agent in all aspects of running their office.
In addition to providing administrative support (rolling calls, managing executive’s calendar, sending submissions, etc.), the role will require reading incoming material (for both film & TV) and handling various production-related responsibilities.