The Contract Administrator will collect, analyze, summarize, track, report data and handle contract administration of all types of development and production agreements in a timely and accurate manner.
Answer phones and take clear, concise messages, pick up voicemails. Set and track business and personal appointments/meetings for the CEO.
Responsibilities include coverage, writer lists/grids, and identifying material.
Responsibilities include major tasks along with rolling calls, scheduling, script coverage/notes.
Ideal candidates should possess superior organizational and communication skills, be detail-oriented, resourceful, have the ability to multi-task and shift priorities in response to varying demands, and be highly motivated to pursue a career in the entertainment industry as an Agent.
Job responsibilities include scheduling, calls, note-taking, tracking submissions, reading, providing notes on projects in development, etc.
Responsibilities include arranging travel and schedules for high profile clients, reading scripts/providing feedback, and client & administrative support.
Provide script coverage & feedback of overall creative material. Compose and generate letters and memos, back-up proof reading and editing on documents prepared by supervisor, be a notetaker in meetings.
Provide creative feedback (written and oral) during the pitch/script development process and during the ongoing production.
Job responsibilities include standard assistant duties, team coordinating, and tracking and reporting of important dates and other department administrative needs.
Take and organize notes for writers of the company’s projects. Read, vet, and report back on incoming material (including writing coverage).
Manage all tracking as production iterates; includes keeping detailed notes as we update and organize scripts, audio, and design documents.
Prepares materials for internal and external meetings –agendas, prep sheets with information on credits, coverage on writing samples, etc.
The role includes heavy scheduling, rolling calls, reading, and a creative sensibility.
Responsibilities include but aren’t limited to managing phones, scheduling, expense reports, arranging travel, reading submissions and providing creative feedback.
Take pitches from outside producers and writers; review and discuss all submitted material for development; follow up and respond to solicited materials.