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Substantial travel required; at times on short notice. Must have a valid driver’s license.
Reading scripts/ script coverage. Review ongoing/current projects and provide notes/feedback.
Track episode deliverables and input data into scheduling system. Screen episodes to find themed Content.
Scheduling and maintaining a complex executive calendar, arranging executive + talent travel, scheduling calls + meetings, processing expense reports and screening and logging phone calls and emails. Other administrative and clerical duties and projects as assigned.
Responsibilities include script coverage, tracking writers/directors, sitting in on pitches, as well as other tasks as they arise.
Typical studio Assistant responsibilities include scheduling, phones, reading & script coverage and organizing for two busy executives.
The candidate should be driven and ambitious as well as having prior Assistant experience working on a high-volume desk in the entertainment industry.
Manage a team of producers, editors, and content managers. Develop growth and profitability of the video business.
Responsibilities include heavy phones and client interaction, scheduling, filing, etc.
Coordinate with Creative Producers and Production Management to prepare daily and weekly to-do lists in accordance with production deadlines.
Craft Content strategy briefs and pitch decks designed to clearly articulate the Creative vision of our Content programs to partners, both in response to RFPs and as proactive pitches.
This is an on-desk, administrative position with creative responsibilities.
Track and identify highly entertaining unscripted sports stories. Organize notes and creative feedback for producers and directors on outlines and cuts.
Development Assistant to provide comprehensive administrative support for our development team and to assist with a range of fundraising-related projects.
Duties include reading scripts, books and project drafts; tracking incoming and outgoing submissions; sharing ideas, and more.
The Production Coordinator will provide administrative support to the Executive Producer, assist senior producers in selecting and coordinating interns, update and maintain American Masters’ database and series one-sheets, maintain an inventory of supplies, log all proposals received and organize American Masters’ tape closet and press files.
Managing calendars and schedules, including coordinating meetings and conference/video calls.
Arranging travel, maintaining Outlook calendar, scheduling meetings, preparing expense reports, answering & screening calls, maintaining office supplies, and processing invoices.
Primarily focus on providing a full range of administrative support to three digital executives executives such as arranging travel, maintaining Outlook calendar, scheduling meetings, preparing expense reports, answering and screening calls, maintaining office supplies, and processing invoices.
Lead production of compelling and innovative Limited Series by clearly communicating the parameters and goals for each project to internal and external team members.