The Creative Executive role helps shepherd the early development process for Animated feature Films and Disney+ streaming content.
Candidate must have at least 1 year of agency or TV desk experience, strong administrative skills, can do script coverage, update and create grids and submission logs, and manage travel and expenses.
Ideal candidate must have at least one year of relevant experience. Duties include heavy calls, scheduling appointments, filing, creating booking slips, tracking client payments, data gathering/entry, etc.
This position will be supporting two executives (VP and Executive Director of Content Development, Drama) with very busy calendars, managing call sheets, making travel arrangements, processing expense reports, liaising between departments, etc.
Duties include scheduling, data entry, content tracking, invoicing, reading/evaluating scripts, providing notes/feedback to support the development process, identifying new talent/content, etc.
Responsibilities include providing administrative support to scripted and unscripted development executives, scheduling a high volume of meetings and pitches for the department.
Collaborates with senior production executives to develop projects from idea through the production process and works as a junior in independently handling work and meetings.
Duties include basic administrative responsibilities, maintaining grids, and tracking material.
Participate in screening Films and reviewing scripts in and out of festival periods, providing constructive feedback on project potential. Assistant is responsible for presenting a thorough and clear recommendation for consideration.
Candidates will also need to contribute creatively by reading scripts and books, watching cuts, and offering creative feedback.
Review, source images, draft synopsis and research information for BRON documents and project pitch decks.
Works directly with the directors, writers, producers and post-production team on projects in development and/or filming.
Schedule meetings, pitches and calls for agents and clients. Interface with high-profile clients, prospective clients, managers and network executives.
Duties include reading and evaluating scripts, finding new talent and emerging voices, creating lists of directors, writers, and actors.
Reviewing new submissions, scripts and revisions, and providing comprehensive feedback as necessary.