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Responsibilities include ensuring client calendars are kept up to date with holds and bookings, creating deal memos and client invoices.
Candidates must be able to acquire excellent phone skills and be able to adapt to the day-to-day operations.
Assist with creating talent presentations using Google Slides, PowerPoint, and Keynote.
Tracking and reading submissions and writing samples and offering written thoughts in a timely manner.
Coordinates and organizes all material coming in and out of the department including: scripts, cuts of shows, promos, shoot material, awards submissions and communication.
Duties will include fielding incoming inquires and organizing the business communications of executives of the firm.
Job duties include, but not limited to various personal tasks, scheduling, writing script coverage, and more.
Regular duties include administrative work as well as assessing material through written coverage, internal databases/grids, decks, and other long-term projects.
Usual assistant duties apply such as phones, scheduling, subs, maintaining lists, etc.
Duties include scheduling, rolling calls, booking travel, script coverage, maintaining files, and more.
This role will include everyday administrative and business tasks, and some personal errands, as well as social media assistance.
Standard administrative duties apply along with others unique to the role.
Responsible for booking travel arrangements and keeping track of expenditures.