Develop new concepts for live action series that are aligned with companywide storytelling strategy and transmedia efforts.
Manages supervisor’s calendar and schedules appointments. Screens and responds to incoming calls and correspondence. Is responsible for coordinating heavy travel schedules for staff and talent.
General office administrative assistance; preparing documents and/or presentations; completing on and off-site tasks as needed. Keeps the office organized, including ordering supplies, coordinating general maintenance and upgrades for office equipment.
Oversee existing development deals by providing creative feedback during the pitch/script development process, and seek out new talent (i.e. writers, animators, producers, agents, and creators) for development.
Provide overall production support and assistance to Creative Director and producer.
The Executive Assistant will be responsible for a high volume of tasks including complex calendar management, detailed global travel itineraries and will also be working closely with the studio’s development, casting, and production teams.
The ideal candidate has extensive experience in both development and production, and the ability to identify strong material and talent and give creative guidance and feedback to top level writers and directors on outlines, scripts, and cuts.
The ideal candidate must have a track record of building productive external relationships with writers, creators, agents and producers as well as representing series internally with key stakeholders to instigate efficient work flows and influential discussions.
The PA works within and among production departments to provide day-to-day administrative and project support including, but not limited to, note taking, meeting scheduling, meeting preparation, and meeting assistance.
This position requires someone passionate, committed and engaged who is proactive, highly organized, tech-savvy and able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.
Answering phones, scheduling meetings, booking travel, greeting guests, handling invoices/expenses & other office-related duties in addition to covering creative responsibilities.
The Vice President of Development is responsible for the day-to-day development and productions of the TV studio’s annual slate.
Duties will include phone and email correspondence, maintaining schedules, taking notes, daily memos, and industry research.
We are seeking an administrative professional who loves animation & story, has desire to grow into a current series executive role, and can work professionally and amicably under pressure.
Developing day-to-day schedule and prioritization of activities, proactively identifying and resolving scheduling conflicts.