Position to start as soon as possible.
Typical responsibilities include but are not limited to rolling calls, setting and confirming both zoom and in-person meetings for manager and clients, and managing talent and literary submissions.
Scheduling and phones, heavy development work, screenplay coverage and notes, designing decks for pitches, and submission logging.
We are looking for a candidate that has strong problem solving skills, creativity, a great sense of humor (a MUST), discretion, good communication skills, familiarity with video editing software, a working car and computer, and is good with kids.
Update and manage talent’s master schedule inclusive of all items professional and personal.
Candidates should be able to multi-task, coordinate scheduling, and organize affairs.
Coordinate schedules and itineraries with artist and their representation; arrange personal travel and appointments; run personal errands.
Will be expected to perform a variety of tasks, help keep long term projects on track, and handle more urgent requirements.
Administrative duties including handling heavy phones, calendar management, scheduling travel, booking reports, preparing expense reports, and general office management tasks. Serve as first point of contact with clients and executives.