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Organizes creative meetings, brainstorm sessions and makes sure all presentation materials are ready for project pitches and website meetings.
The successful candidate will be proactive, quick-thinking, flexible, and able to juggle multiple responsibilities. Both set and field show experience are required.
The Executive Assistant will be responsible for a high volume of tasks including complex calendar management, detailed global travel itineraries and will also be working closely with the studio’s development, casting, and production teams.
The Sr. Administrative Assistant will initiate, develop and implement high level administrative coordination and support including calendar and phone management, written correspondence, coordinating meeting logistics, maintaining contacts and distribution lists, research/special projects, expense report preparation, and other duties as assigned.
With a passion for networking, the role entails a high level of outreach to the entertainment industry, making connections with agencies, streaming services, studios, and networks.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for artist representation and open to considering the agent path. Additionally, the assistant is willing to immerse themselves, potentially take on larger opportunities (i.e. pitching, submitting on breakdowns, script coverage), and clearly able to communicate with agents, executives, clients, peers etc.
Point person for maintenance, mailing, shipping, supplies, equipment, bills and errands. Organize and schedule meetings and appointments. Organize office operations and procedures
Qualified candidates will have a strong work ethic, great organizational skills, strong phone and interpersonal skills, and knowledge of InEntertainment.
Responsibilities will include heavy calendar management, coordinating domestic and international travel, preparation of documents and presentations, as well as involvement in event planning.
The ideal candidate has extensive experience in both development and production, and the ability to identify strong material and talent and give creative guidance and feedback to top level writers and directors on outlines, scripts, and cuts.
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.
The ideal candidate must have a track record of building productive external relationships with writers, creators, agents and producers as well as representing series internally with key stakeholders to instigate efficient work flows and influential discussions.
Ideal candidates should have at least one year desk experience in the entertainment industry, be able to balance literary and talent department duties, and have an eagerness to learn the management business and tv/film development.
Responsibilities include typical assistant duties such as rolling calls, light script coverage, scheduling, coordinating client needs, etc., as well as an ease working with Social Media.