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We are looking for a hungry person who is ready to prove themselves.
Maintains calendar, schedules appointments, meetings and notes call, etc. Writes script coverage and tracks all submissions.
Conduct phone duties, which include but not limited to: fielding incoming calls, transferring calls, taking messages, scheduling conference calls, arranging meetings etc.
Responsibilities include rolling calls, managing multiple schedules, setting meetings, covering scripts, interfacing with agents, lawyers, studio executives and producers.
On a daily basis, you will provide research and administrative assistance to the creative team. You must learn fast, be independent, flexible, open-minded, and solution-oriented.
Coordinates schedules with other departmental assistants for meetings and calls. Schedules meetings with co-studios, networks and producers.
Daily tasks from scheduling and rolling calls, to administration, maintaining correspondences and reviewing submissions.
Duties include the standard Assistant duties along with designing decks, light string out work, and the opportunity to participate in brainstorm meetings.
Basic duties include scheduling/rolling calls, submitting materials for development/staffing considerations, as well as managing calendars.
Tasks include heavy phones, coordinating schedules, handling client appointments, and some basic video editing.
Duties include rolling calls, scheduling appointments, booking travel, handling heavy phones, and general office duties.
Job duties include heavy scheduling, rolling calls, maintaining internal records, compiling HR reports, and providing general support to the staff.