Responsibilities include arranging travel and schedules for high profile clients, reading scripts/providing feedback, and client & administrative support.
Serve as first point of contact with clients, agents and executives. Provide significant script coverage for client pitches.
Provide creative feedback (written and oral) during the pitch/script development process and during the ongoing production.
Ideal candidate understands the development-to-series pipeline in non-scripted Television and has a comprehensive understanding of market trends.
Take pitches from outside producers and writers; review and discuss all submitted material for development; follow up and respond to solicited materials.
Tasks include: heavy scheduling for clients and managers, rolling calls, managing various grids, as well as reading/notes.
Generates ideas for new show concepts and characters. Hear and respond to pitches; evaluate new project submissions to assess their value as it relates to the creative direction
Work with writers to develop ideas and concepts that are viable for the slate and to sell concepts and materials to various linear network and streaming partners.
Write presentation outlines, sizzle scripts, create decks and beat out creative for pre/pro and presentation. Assist with developing new Series concepts from ideation to production.
Duties include both administrative and creative responsibilities supporting the executive and his particular projects, as well as contributing to the department, and the Film slate as a whole.
Field pitches, identify trends, and help establish the strategic development goals for the Drama department.
Must have great relationships with buyers, agents, streamers, networks and knowhow to pitch clients.
You must have an existing client list that you want to expand to be considered for this position.
Update and manage talent’s master schedule inclusive of all items professional and personal.