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This is a hands-on role requiring calendaring, light content creation, repackaging, strategic thinking, and relationship building.
Entertainment industry experience, minimum three years experience, knowledge of social media and must have a car.
Work with writers to develop ideas and concepts that are viable for the slate and to sell concepts and materials to various linear network and streaming partners.
Duties include: phones, scheduling, coordinating calendars, expense reports, reading scripts & providing coverage, giving feedback on projects, support during production, wide range of interactions with agents & publicists and heavy travel arrangements.
Typical administrative duties such as calendar management, and creative development duties such as tracking submissions, reading, and providing notes.
Duties: maintaining emails, calls, schedule, and calendar.
Duties include handling client appointments, managing travel/schedule for manager and clients, etc.
Responsibilities include heavy phones (scheduling calls, rolling calls, maintaining call sheets), travel coordination for managers and clients, and more.
Responsibilities include interacting with clients, casting offices, producers and executives on behalf of Manager; managing schedule, travel and office; managing client calendars and more.
Candidate must be incredibly organized, a self-starter, a solid writer, and a voracious reader with extensive knowledge of pop culture trends, showrunners, writers and directors.
The Assistant will be a foundational member of a highly collaborative team who will ideally continue to grow within the organization for many years.
This is an all-inclusive position for someone who loves development and to read.
This is a fun, hands-on environment to learn about production by working directly with award-winning producers.
Network and studio coverage – speaking directly to executives to gather information on open writing, directing, staffing jobs and pitching clients for them.
Agents represent a diverse roster of Film & Television writers/directors.
Duties include office management, rolling calls, scheduling, coverage, and overseeing interns.