This assistant will provide support to an executive in the Talent department. The ideal candidate will have a passion for the art and design world. Additionally, the assistant is willing to immerse themselves, potentially take on larger opportunities as requested, and clearly able to communicate with agents, executives, clients, peers etc.

• Manage administrative duties including handling heavy phones, calendar management, scheduling travel, booking reports, preparing expense reports, and general office management tasks
• Serve as the first point of contact with clients, Agents and Network/Studio Executives
• Track and meticulously maintain grids of data and execute excellent follow-up and follow through
• Assist with special projects, research, and compiling information as needed.
• Stay up to date on current events within the entertainment landscape, especially as it relates to Art and Design
• Minimum of 10 months of professional administrative or equivalent experience
• Ability to work well in fast-paced environments; meet tight deadlines; lead multiple projects and expectations; maintain a sharp focus while handling competing priorities; ability to work well under pressure
• Attention to detail, strong organization and problem-solving skills are a must
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal, while understanding the importance of maintaining confidentiality