The Contract Administrator will collect, analyze, summarize, track, report data and handle contract administration of all types of development and production agreements in a timely and accurate manner.
Duties that include phones, scheduling, maintaining grids, invoicing/processing payments, and reading & analyzing material.
Identify and develop Tentpole programming for Prime Video Series, Original Movies and IMDb TV.
Must manage busy schedules, manage projects, and keep company files and records organized.
Basic duties include high volume scheduling/rolling calls, submitting materials for development/staffing considerations, and clients’ & manager’s calendars.
Responsibilities include coverage, writer lists/grids, and identifying material.
Coordinate travel, visas, schedules and other travel logistics. Generate travel and expense reports. Read scripts, review dailies, and summarize notes from development meetings/calls.
The Executive Assistant is responsible for supporting all day-to-day business activity, both administrative and creative/development of the SVP.
Job responsibilities include scheduling, calls, note-taking, tracking submissions, reading, providing notes on projects in development, etc.
Responsibilities include heavy scheduling, rolling calls, research, note-taking, setting pitches, coordinating travel, and overseeing updates to the company development/client reports.
Duties may include handling phones and rolling calls, scheduling, managing records and client materials, script coverage, research and development related projects.
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.
Organize contact lists of writers, producers, creative executives and any related correspondence as needed. Read and watch material and provide feedback as necessary.
Prepares materials for internal and external meetings –agendas, prep sheets with information on credits, coverage on writing samples, etc.
The role includes heavy scheduling, rolling calls, reading, and a creative sensibility.
Responsibilities include but aren’t limited to managing phones, scheduling, expense reports, arranging travel, reading submissions and providing creative feedback.
The ideal candidates will be motivated by the power of storytelling with an activist lens and will be passionate about SEP’s mission.