The Creative Executive role helps shepherd the early development process for Animated feature Films and Disney+ streaming content.
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.
Partner with a cross section of our premium global talent deals (writers, directors, actors and producers) to architect their slates of content. Identify, shape, package, set up and develop projects
Support two development executives by managing their busy, high-volume calendars, scheduling meetings, screening and prioritizing all incoming phone calls, meeting requests, ordering supplies, coordinating travel, etc.
Field pitches, identify trends, and help establish the strategic development goals for the Drama department.
Seek out, assess and acquire Intellectual Property in a variety of formats. Recruit top-tier new talent on an as-needed basis.
Responsibilities include providing administrative support to scripted and unscripted development executives, scheduling a high volume of meetings and pitches for the department.
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.
Field pitches, identify trends, and help establish the strategic development goals for the Drama Department.
Scheduling meetings, managing phones, coordinating travel, handling expense reports, and reading incoming material.
Duties include but are not limited to: managing correspondences, scheduling meetings/maintaining admin schedules, managing the personal asset database, and transcribing creative notes.
Role includes script coverage and notes on internal and external projects.
Responsibilities include management of schedules, giving appointments, creating pitches, and general client correspondence.
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.
Assistant will work closely with the development team i.e. coordinating/assisting with preparing pitches, researching and evaluating materials/IP and tracking projects in development.
Schedule meetings, pitches and calls for agents and clients. Interface with high-profile clients, prospective clients, managers and network executives.
Working closely with creative and showrunners, identifying and assessing creative materials and partners as well as managing relationships with internal / external staff and crew, reviewing and vetting creative materials and ensuring premium quality content is produced.