The writer will have dramatic series experience able to rewrite and polish an existing 15 page outline.
Browsing: Los Angeles
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.
You will be responsible for packaging and putting projects into development, steering the creative direction of our projects, overseeing current shows on our air — from creative direction to more logistical details – and interfacing with all departments in the company as well as external entities.
The Vice President of Development is responsible for the day-to-day development and productions of the TV studio’s annual slate.
The ideal candidate will have strong organization skills and a passion for client representation, as there is room for advancement for people who want to become managers.
Primary duties would include scheduling, reminders, light personal work, and accounting.
Duties include liaising with productions and publicity teams, working closely with brand partners to route content approval, attending and assisting on set days, travel coordination, and expense reports.
Candidate must be extremely detail oriented and organized, yet capable of seeing the big picture.
Experienced Executive Assistant to provide comprehensive administrative support to the SVP of Series Pipeline & Post and the VP of Series Production at our rapidly growing studio.
Partners with SVP, Development and VP, Series Production to lead and guide all aspects of TV series & Film development
Read, watch, and listen to incoming IP and provide thoughtful coverage, reviews, and feedback for the team.
The EP Assistant role supports the Showrunner in all matters of studio, remote, and operational daily needs.
Responsibilities include heavy reading and coverage, research, and participation in weekly development meetings.