Attends meetings/functions as needed or requested, taking detailed notes/minutes, and disseminating as appropriate.
Oversees every aspect of assigned primetime Series on network, cable and Streaming services. This includes the reading and evaluation of weekly scripts regarding concept, character development, character definition, story structure, humor and dialogue.
The Sony Pictures Entertainment Professional Trainee program offers a unique opportunity to work alongside the teams that come together to create movies, TV shows, and other great experiences.
Performs diversified administrative function for the SVP of Casting and Talent Development, including frequent contact with high-level executives, directors, creators, agents, managers and talent.
Read scripts, review dailies, summarize notes from development meetings/calls. Provide organizational and administrative support to the department executives.
This position will require frequent requests to read and provide opinions on material in addition to managing day-today administrative functions and support.
Duties include running the calendar, communicating with clients, fielding phone calls and emails.
Must be willing to do office as well as personal tasks.
Provides assistance to the CEO including, but not limited to, word processing, scheduling, travel arrangements and telephone services.
You will learn about the development process of seeing an idea through to a pilot and also learn how the executives manage our existing shows on a day to day basis.
Managing calendars/schedules and adjusting meetings to accommodate priorities, arranging travel and procuring/coordinating necessary items needed for international travel, creating presentations, and coordinating other key events.
Standard Assistant duties. Coordinate and organize the company’s internal information flow. New client research and development.
Coordinate travel, visas, schedules and other travel logistics. Generate travel and expense reports. Read scripts, review dailies, and summarize notes from development meetings/calls.
The Executive Assistant is responsible for supporting all day-to-day business activity, both administrative and creative/development of the SVP.
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.
The job entails Assistant duties including rolling calls, scheduling meetings, sending appointments, uploading and cutting together tapes, coordinating scheduling with clients, etc.
Organize contact lists of writers, producers, creative executives and any related correspondence as needed. Read and watch material and provide feedback as necessary.
Take pitches from outside producers and writers; review and discuss all submitted material for development; follow up and respond to solicited materials.