Working with the Chief Content Officer who oversees the non-scripted/ scripted content while taking pitches and selling creative concepts for the entire company will require the ideal candidate to be highly self-motivated, professional, capable of managing their workload and possessing the knowledge to prioritize tasks in a fast-paced environment.
Responsibilities include rolling calls, scheduling, evaluating submissions, providing project notes, project tracking, and managing interns.
Main job responsibilities include coordinating daily schedules, script reading and assigning coverage to interns, taking notes and assisting the Film team.
Duties include scheduling, data entry, content tracking, invoicing, reading/evaluating scripts, providing notes/feedback to support the development process, identifying new talent/content, etc.
The ideal candidate is a self-starter with a desire to be promoted internally to Literary Manager, and is skilled at giving notes, industry networking, and interacting with writers.
Responsibilities include administrative tasks such as scheduling, rolling calls, phone coverage, light accounting, and managing the office and interns.
Job duties include, but not limited to various personal tasks, scheduling, writing script coverage, and taking meticulous call notes.
The team will develop projects from inception of idea to series by hearing pitches, reading spec scripts, identifying available IP, crafting and delivering notes to executive producers, and communicating creative direction between network and studios and production companies.
This is a pivotal role in which the candidate will contribute in the building and implementation of diversity, equity and inclusion practices across the NBCUniversal portfolio in this fast-paced, rapidly growing department which is the first of its kind to cover Film, TV¸ and Streaming.
Read incoming submissions, books, drafts, etc. and provide notes on all projects.
Duties include but are not limited to: managing correspondences, scheduling meetings/maintaining admin schedules, managing the personal asset database, and transcribing creative notes.
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.
Coordinates and organizes all material coming in and out of the department including: scripts, cuts of shows, promos, shoot material, awards submissions and communication.
Role includes script coverage and notes on internal and external projects.
Identify, collaborate and cultivate relationships with top producers, talent and the entertainment community at large to communicate the creative needs of FAE and develop innovative projects.