Responsibilities include heavy phones, scheduling, coordinating travel, drafting and sending client material/auditions to casting.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to: rolling calls, scheduling, dictation, drafting cover letters, updating submission and tracking grids, reading manuscripts and scripts, assisting with client payroll, and all other standard assistant duties.
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.
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.
Immerse yourself in the world of the show to confidently generate and pitch ideas alongside writers.
Responsibilities include reading and evaluating scripts, books, and various other submissions.
Duties include basic administrative responsibilities, maintaining grids, and tracking material.
Reads scripts and other incoming material and provides coverage. Manages supervisor’s calendar and schedules appointments.
Participate in screening Films and reviewing scripts in and out of festival periods, providing constructive feedback on project potential. Assistant is responsible for presenting a thorough and clear recommendation for consideration.
Candidates will also need to contribute creatively by reading scripts and books, watching cuts, and offering creative feedback.
The Creative Assistant will report directly to the VP of Content and Development for Latin America and US Hispanic and work closely with the team across the region.