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Role Overview

A Personal Assistant to a Film and TV Manager and assisting generally in the TV and Film department, you will be providing administrative support.

Main duties:

- Taking and fielding calls and generally running a smooth office

- Managing the diary and setting meetings for clients & handling busy incoming and outgoing mailbox

- Keeping on track of contracts (in/out/chasing) & putting together booking notices

- Organising travel/accommodation/meeting itineraries, for festivals or set visits & forwarding or handling festival invitations and press requests.

- Proactively providing information that is needed on companies/projects in advance of meetings. Ensuring that we have up to date details of where producers/execs currently work, and previous projects.

- Printing, binding and addressing scripts (or putting them on an iPad).

- Script reading and discussion on clients’ work

- Tweeting, updating the website, sourcing TX cards and production stills as needed

- Providing paras for OWA/ODAs and logging them

- Reading and writing coverage on books, Writing pitch letters for submissions

- Compiling lists and tracking submissions, Updating master book list, Creating London Book Fair lists & liaising with book scouts

- Managing and administering WGA/DGA/WGGB/ALCS memberships & working with the Finance team to keep on top of invoices.


- Knowledge of and interest in the Film and TV industry.

- Computer literate, with excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.

Experience & Skills

- A minimum of a years’ experience in the film and TV industry, two years is preferable

- Strong editorial skills for reading and reporting on material either submitted for a client/client work

- Exceptional attention to detail & the ability to multitask and work well under pressure

- Excellent organisational and forward planning skills

- Dynamic positive approach and receptiveness

- Excellent interpersonal & communication skills and confident telephone manner

- Some contractual experience desirable though training will be provided

This is a full time permanent role. Please email for a detailed job description or apply with a copy of your CV and covering letter to by 7th May 2021.