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Administrative duties include managing a high volume of calls, emails, scheduling, expenses, travel, etc.
The primary focus of the job is heavy administration and scheduling in a vibrate, Creative, talent friendly environment.
Work closely with production managers, and production staff, as well as, internal producers to examine the needs of each production.
Serve as the primary day-to-day point of contact with external interactive partners developing projects with Skydance IP.
Tasks include managing calendar, research, scribing/speech dictation, managing social accounts, personal errands/tasks, on set support & travel.
Apart from analyzing scripts, you will also help with various research projects, reviewing our IP library, compiling industry data, and learning what it means to work in the industry.
Typical assistant duties include phones, scheduling, submissions, coverage, and project tracking.
This role will have many opportunities for Creative input on top of the standard administrative duties.
Duties include coordinating / booking travel, meeting itineraries, house management and more.
Responsibilities include but not limited to scheduling, rolling calls, coordinating travel, project tracking, note-taking, evaluating submissions, Creative input, and other administrative duties.
The position will report to the WW Head of Programming and the Head of WW Consumer Insights and will support various functions of both teams.
The PA ensures the accuracy of information by communicating in a timely and organized manner. The PA also assists and supports the Production Coordinator, Production Supervisor, and department leadership with day-to-day issues and projects as they arise.
Candidates must be able to balance administrative duties, such as rolling calls and scheduling, with heavy Creative work – reading incoming submissions, books, etc. and providing notes on all projects.
Write script, book and article coverage on an ongoing basis to actively track incoming submissions. Identify new material and partners for the studio including but not limited to writers, filmmakers and talent, as well as sourcing IP and tracking specs with the agencies.