The ideal candidate should be a self-starter, highly organized with excellent communication skills, be able to anticipate needs and have/show discretion.
Responsibilities include managing all aspects of development slate, actively sourcing material and writing coverage for scripts and books.
Read scripts, review dailies, and summarize notes from development meetings/calls. Coordinate travel, visas, schedules and other travel logistics.
Schedule meetings, answer phones, make travel arrangements and various other administrative tasks to support the President.
Ideal candidates have previous writing experience and are comfortable working longer hours, and if necessary, some weekends, and possibly available to travel for productions.
Candidate will handle phones, schedules, personal tasks, and review scripts for client consideration.
Read and evaluate scripts, find new talent and emerging voices. Create lists of directors, writers, and actors for projects in development.
Work closely with leaders in overseeing all facets of Current Series and scripted development.
Field pitches, identify trends, and help establish the strategic development goals for the Drama Department.
Will be responsible for managing a wide range of administrative and creative duties.
Provide organizational and administrative support to the department exec(s), anticipating needs of the and always being two steps ahead.
The job entails standard assistant duties including rolling calls, scheduling meetings, covering scripts and managing a small office.
Job duties include administrative support, involvement in the organization of a full sales launch of high budget Films, and working heavily with scripts.
Reads scripts and other incoming material and provides coverage. Maintains current production document files throughout filming.
Job duties include administrative support, heavy involvement in the organization of a full sales launch of high budget films, and working heavily with scripts, marketing materials, etc.