Responsibilities include providing administrative support to scripted and unscripted development executives, scheduling a high volume of meetings and pitches for the department.
Will be expected to perform a variety of tasks, help keep long term projects on track, and handle more urgent requirements.
Coordinates and organizes all material coming in and out of the department including: scripts, cuts of shows, promos, shoot material, awards submissions and communication.
Launch an IP group targeting both domestic and international sources for USG (i.e., books, articles, life rights, podcasts, formats, etc.) as well as identifying IP that aligns with talents creative requests.
Job responsibilities include standard assistant duties, coordinating among all scripted departments, tracking, and evaluating material/script coverage.
Ideal candidate has an interest in scripted development and producing, A+ communication skills, and loves to make spreadsheets look pretty.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for scripted television and artist representation in the entertainment business as well as interest in international business development.
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.
The ideal candidate will have a background in book rights/publishing with a strong interest in book scouting and an interest in scripted international content.
Serve as first point of contact with clients, agents and executives. Provide significant script coverage for client pitches.
This is a great opportunity for someone with at least one year of agency experience who wants to dive into development in TV (scripted and non-scripted), Film and Theatre.
Assist executives in Current Programs with administrative tasks for all scripted non-network series.
Duties include handling submissions, research, writing coverage, and organization.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for artist representation and open to considering the agent path. Additionally, the assistant is willing to immerse themselves, potentially take on larger opportunities (i.e. pitching, submitting on breakdowns, script coverage), and clearly able to communicate with agents, executives, clients, peers etc.
The Assistant will provide support to an Agent in CAA’s Television Scripted Department representing directors, producers, writers and showrunners within the International space.
This individual will have a proven track record of being highly organized, detail-orientated, results driven and can function in a fast-paced team with a heavy volume of work.
The Assistant will also work closely with various departments across the agency (such as Accounting and Business Affairs). The ideal candidate will have a passion for scripted television and artist representation in the entertainment business.
Must have a combination of proven development, sales, and production experience with a deep knowledge and understanding of the Latin American market.