UTA Joblist 8/11

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Entertainment Job List
(As of 8/11/17)

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Award-winning Production Company based in Santa Monica, CA seeks an experienced Director of Operations & Human Resources to manage the day-to-day business operations of the office as well as lead all HR functions. The ideal candidate will possess a positive “can do” attitude and have prior management experience as department head of operations and/or human resources within the entertainment industry; production background highly preferred. Must have prior experience in staffing administrative positions as well as working knowledge of HR practices and general office management duties. Email resume to executivejobshollywood@gmail.com 8/3

Hyperwild Entertainment, a Beverly Hills based development and production company, is looking for a development coordinator to assist predominantly in the digital space and partly in television and film. Applicant should have a background in writing, coverage, and should be a self starter that creatively collaborates well with others. Duties will include: building a pipeline of digital ideas and scripts, creating show decks/treatments, and covering scripts/other intellectual properties.
This is a full time, salaried position. Please send all submissions and resumes to hyperwildentertainment@gmail.com 8/3


Netflix currently has an opening for an Executive Assistant supporting 2-3 Executives on the Original Series team. We are looking for creative assistants who are coming off of the desk with a minimum of 1-2 years of experience. The candidate must have entertainment experience in an admin capacity.Please submit your resume to lahiring@netflix.com 8/11

FOX based Production Company is seeking a full-time Executive Assistant to start immediately. Assistant must efficiently and effectively coordinate the Producer’s calendar and manage heavy call volume and scheduling. Ideal candidate must have a few years of experience as an assistant in an agency, studio or production company to be considered. Job requires someone who is calm under pressure, resourceful, highly organized, hard-working, detail-oriented and able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Responsibilities include, but not limited to: scheduling, rolling calls, reading and tracking material, correspondence, booking travel and managing interns. Candidates must have strong communication skills, computer skills and the ability to prioritize. Please e-mail resume to: ally.hawkins@fox.com 8/11

Weed Road Pictures, the production company of legendary writer-producer-director Akiva Goldsman, is currently seeking interns for the Fall term. Intern duties include high volume script coverage, learning to roll calls, and office management tasks. Candidates should be great multi-taskers, detail-oriented, tactful, and ready to learn. This is a great fit for anyone looking to learn more about the studio system, large-scale filmmaking, and project development. Start and end dates are flexible. We are located on the Paramount lot and can provide academic credit as needed. Email resumes to Kyle_tague@paramount.com 8/11

Entertainment entrepreneur with a wide variety of projects in need of an extremely versatile and quick-thinking special advisor/executive assistant interested in a long-term position with potential for upward mobility. Looking for a high functioning creative thinker who can assist with everything from general business strategy to day-to-day project management and assistance. The ideal candidate is well-educated, driven, honest, technically proficient and has extensive experience assisting busy executives and artists whose schedules do not adhere to traditional 9-5 work days. Definite room for growth and travel for the right person. Pay starts at $60,000 annually. Not an entry-level position. Please email resumes and cover letters to specialadvisorposition@gmail.com 8/11

Looking for an assistant for the EVP of television at Chernin Entertainment to work for Kristen Campo. Must be equipped at heavy scheduling and phones. But most importantly, looking for a go-getter who can track and bring in potential IP. Positive attitude is a must and agency experience preferred. Send resumes to cw@cherninent.com 8/11

Talent Manager/Partner at a prestigious management/production company looking for a Co-Assistant. This is not a starter desk. All applicants must have at least one year assistant experience. Must be detailed-oriented, highly motivated and professional with superior organizational and communication skills. Must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Job responsibilities include handling client appointments, managing travel/schedule for manager and clients, heavy phones and overall office upkeep. High volume and demanding desk, but an incredible opportunity and learning experience for the right, self-motivated candidate. Please send resumes to anoncontalentasst@gmail.com 8/11

Writ Large, a literary management & production company is seeking an assistant for two managers. The ideal candidate is extremely organized, composed under pressure, and detail-oriented with strong communication skills and multitasking ability. We are looking for someone with strong creative instincts, who is passionate about reading and carries an opinion on material and is able to explain their thoughts in an intelligent manner. Desk experience at an agency or management firm is desired but not required. Please send resumes to writlargeinc@gmail.com 8/11

Management/Production company Underground seeks part-time assistant for two managers with fast paced, high volume businesses and many productions on their slate. Assistant will act as a second to the partners’ current asst with potential to grow into a full-time role. Candidates must have a passion for literary representation/production, and previous experience scheduling. The ideal candidate has strong communication skills, the ability to multitask, is extremely organized and is detail-oriented. College degree required. Please send resumes to ugreception1@gmail.com 8/11

The founding partners of Unfold Agency are seeking a full-time, salaried with benefits, executive assistant to join their team. The ideal candidate has interest in the digital ad world as well as the film, TV and the gaming space. Duties include managing day-to-day operations of the office such as the weekly catered lunch, ordering snacks/drinks and overseeing office supplies, along with other typical assistant duties. The ideal candidate is a motivated self-starter who is great at multi-tasking. For the right candidate, there is lots of upward mobility. Agency experience preferred, but not required. This is a great opportunity for someone seeking to be a part of a growing and cutting-edge digital ad agency. Please submit your resume and a cover letter for consideration to jobs@unfoldagency.com 8/11

We’re looking for our next full-time assistant, specifically focusing on unscripted television and digital content! The ideal candidate is smart, resourceful, and ambitious. Industry experience is a must. Candidate should be detail-oriented, with solid computer knowledge and excellent communication, organizational and multi-tasking abilities. Good people skills are vital along with a pleasant phone manner and professional appearance. Responsibilities include administrative tasks, rolling calls, scheduling meetings, managing calendars, etc. for two very busy and successful agents. Please send resume and cover letter to bungeejumper42@gmail.com 8/11

Stan Rosenfield & Associates is hiring an assistant within their talent division. In addition to traditional assistant duties of rolling calls, scheduling, this job is for someone whose endgame is a career in the entertainment industry representing talent. The fast paced environment demands that applicant be able to multi-task, adjust the non-traditional hours that representing talent might throw at you while working in a collaborative environment with multiple executives who oversee the company’s talent division. We are looking for someone detail oriented who is an effective communicator. Applicants must have at least one-year of entertainment industry experience with a strong understanding of media outlets, studios, agencies and management companies. Knowledge of Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel are required. Please send resumes to Marianna@sra-pr.com 8/11

Boutique talent management company looking for immediate, full-time assistant to manager. Ideal candidate would be interested in representation of film/tv actors and would have superior communication skills/phone manners, excellent writing skills; and be well-organized and detail-oriented. Responsibilities include phones, correspondence, scheduling, client appointments, script coverage, and project tracking. Also, must be Mac, MS Office & Internet proficient. Recent college graduates and interns may apply; however, previous desk experience is preferred, as this is a fast-paced work environment. Email resume, cover letter and references to jsecompany2@gmail.com 8/11

Creative below the line agency located on the Santa Monica promenade seeks artist relations/agent assistant. You will assist our artists with immigration issues, personal and professional schedule updates, production logistics, and tracking agency agreement paperwork. This involves coordination for many clients on a high volume of projects – organization, quick responses, and familiarity with artists’ work is key. 3 years industry experience, agency preferred. Great people skills. Mac, Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slack, InEntertainment, Wunderlist experience ideal. Send resume and cover letter to jobs@partos.com 8/11

ICM Partners, a major talent and literary agency, is seeking an exceptional and highly motivated Assistant for our Global Branded Entertainment dept . At least one year of desk experience required. Successful candidate will be highly motivated, thick skinned and extremely detail oriented, with superior organizational and communication skills This position requires the ability to be able shift priorities quickly in response to changing circumstances, remaining flexible, calm and focused while multi-tasking at a very fast pace. A BA/BS degree is required. Send resumes to careersla@icmpartners.com 8/11

Netflix currently has an opening for an Executive Assistant supporting a senior level executive on the Content team. Netflix is looking for creative assistants who are coming off of the desk with a minimum of 2-3 years of experience. The candidate must have entertainment experience in an admin capacity. Please submit your resume to lahiring@netflix.com 8/3

Cindy Cowan Entertainment is looking for a full-time Creative Exec/Executive Assistant to the President. Candidates must have had at least two years working on a busy desk, be self-motivated and organized, proficient in computers, maintaining schedules, rolling calls etc. Position includes tracking scripts, heavy coverage and overseeing intern program. Applicants are required to have a good phone manner and be able to speak to agents, writers and directors, and should be on tracking boards. Extensive experience in coverage is crucial. This is a busy and fun working environment, with great room for learning and growth. Competitive pay, office based in West Hollywood. Email resume and cover letter to executive@cowanent.com 8/3

Established Producer at Anonymous Content looking for organized, unrelenting assistant. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and FileMaker Pro etc. Must be able to read and comment on material in a clear and coherent manner and multi-task in a busy, fast-paced environment. Position involves working with High-Level Projects and Individuals, so discretion is of great importance. Please send resumes acasstposition@gmail.com 8/3

Established mid-level talent agency Sovereign Talent Group is looking to hire a new assistant to the President & Senior Talent Agent for the Theatrical Division. Perfect candidate would be a self-starter, able to handle a high volume of email and calls, know how to roll calls, communicates effectively with professionals of the entertainment industry, be highly diligent about breakdowns, and keeping the President organized with a vast range of tasks. Entertainment knowledge is a serious plus and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite is mandatory. Must be highly detail oriented and organized. This is a salary based job with pay at $450 per week. Candidates should at minimum have there months previous experience working at an agency or management firm. Please email resumes and cover letters to peterassist@sovereigntg.com 8/3

Silver Lining Entertainment, a full service talent management company, is seeking an assistant to a manager. This is for a heavy volume talent desk. Only seeking candidates with a year of agency or management experience, internships do not count. This position requires an elevated degree of multi-tasking, a sharp focus for details and the ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced, client-driven environment. Please send resume and cover letter to sle.assistant1@gmail.com 8/3

Fast paced, successful boutique agency with emphasis in reality TV, looking to hire a person who has TV, agency/management experience. Skills required are: composing/writing emails, rolling calls, tracking and follow-up of submissions, creating/updating grids/contact lists. Must be a detail oriented self-starter, a team player with a pleasant phone manner that can demonstrate knowledge/experience and maturity to perform the above tasks. This is a contract, telecommuting position for 20-30 hrs/wk. at $10/hr. Please send email with appropriate cover letter, resume and references to tv_agency@yahoo.com 8/3

Heroes and Villains Entertainment, seeks a new full time assistant. This is a very busy, high volume desk assisting several executives, so previous desk experience at an agency or management company preferred. All the customary assistant duties apply: Answering phones, tracking projects, handling submissions and meetings for several managers, etc. Professional demeanor with a can-do attitude and calm under pressure are a must. One year commitment required. Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to info@heroesandvillains-ent.com 8/3


High level actor looking for a personal assistant based in Los Angeles. Standard responsibilities and pay will be based on experience. Please send your resume to actorasstjob@gmail.com 8/11

A working Comedic TV and Film actor is looking for a personal assistant. Minimum of 20 hours a week. Responsibilities include managing calendar, booking travel, handling correspondence, and running errands. Position requires some travel. Please send resumes to personalassistantjob2017@gmail.com 8/11

Multi-hyphenate A-list celebrity seeks bilingual (Spanish/English) personal assistant. This is not an entry level position, we’re seeking for someone who can manage the heavy pace of working for an A-lister. Duties include rolling calls, heavy scheduling and travel. Personal assistant must have a professional demeanor, upbeat personality and no-task-too-small attitude as position includes any personal runs for celebrity as needed, included but not limited to coffee runs, laundry, groceries, etc. Personal assistant must be extremely organized, an excellent communicator and a problem solver, Must be able to travel for long periods of time with short notice, as could be required to travel with celebrity as needed. Salaried position with benefits. Hours are full-time, Monday – Friday with occasional weekend runs and possible travel. Minimum one year agency experience or a year working as a personal assistant to a celebrity. Interested candidates should email resume and brief cover letter to personalasstjob2017@gmail.com 8/3


42West, leading, full-service entertainment PR agency, has an immediate assistant opening in NY. An entry-level position; accepting recent college grads only. Must have excellent communications skills, be a self-starter, be detail-oriented, able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Looking for someone who wants to grow a career in entertainment PR, to learn from the best in the business, and is a team player. Email resume to prcareers@42west.net 8/11

A top fashion/beauty/consumer lifestyle celebrity influencer PR agency with offices in Los Angeles and New York, seeks a full-time Fashion Showroom/ VIP Services Manager with 1- 2 years of experience in public relations. The perfect candidate should be a creative multi-tasker with a positive attitude, enthusiasm to learn, exceptional organizational skills, and steadfast commitment to teamwork. This is a fast- paced office environment that requires a true commitment that expands beyond the typical 9 to 5 operation. This is an exceptional opportunity for someone looking for an entry level position and ultimately looking to make a career in PR. Our agency works with amazing national brands and we strongly believe in growing and promoting staff for a long career with our team. Please send resumes to careers@domainintegrated.com 8/11

Viewpoint Inc., a boutique entertainment public relations agency specializing in talent publicity. We are currently accepting resumes for energetic, hardworking, motivated interns for the summer 2011 term. This is not a paid internship. Candidates nust be eligible to receive school credit for the internship and be able to commit to a minimum of 15 hours per week. Duties include but are not limited to updating media contacts, updating press kits, preparing press clips, faxing, scanning documents, covering desks, answering phones, etc. Please submit your cover letter and resume to frontdesk@viewpointla.com 8/11

BWR Public Relations is seeking a highly motivated senior account executive for the television division. Bachelor’s degree in PR, Communication or a related field required, 4-6 years’ experience in corporate/television PR required. This position will be supported by department heads but will be the senior day-to-day contact for clients and must be able to manage and execute campaign tactics with minimal guidance. They must have ability to write and present publicity strategies, have a strong verbal pitching ability and have solid media contacts in the television industry. Must be thorough, organized, self-motivated and capable of maintaining strict confidentiality with proprietary client information. Experience in television show publicity is a must. Please send resumes to nicole.winer@bwr-pr.com 8/3

Viewpoint is looking for an assistant to a senior publicist. Viewpoint is a public relations firm in Beverly Hills representing A List actors. Duties include, corresponding with talent and booking staff, maintaining client press schedules – involves booking travel and transportation, coordinating with hair/makeup and stylists, interviews and meetings, etc. pitching clients, providing coverage at events and maintaining calendar for publicist. Please send resumes and cover letters to viewpointassistantresumes@gmail.com 8/3

Film 14 is an LA-based film studio that specializes in creating video content for writers and authors. We produce cinematic book trailers, author’s videos, short films, and more. Our clients include some of the most successful self-published authors today, as well as established publishing houses such as Penguin, Random House, Hachette Books, Harper Collins. We are currently looking for qualified candidate to help with social media, including designing posts and managing our various social media accounts. Additionally, some PR work is required, including creating press releases and working hands on with clients. Please send a cover letter and a resume to pavin@film-14.com 8/3


Looking for a part-time assistant at a boutique music agency. Someone extremely organized, efficient, responsible, resourceful, detail oriented, discreet and quick on their feet. Most likely 2-3 days a week for approx. 4 hrs/day to start. Looking for someone who is flexible and can work with a last minute schedule for day or night, in and out of the office. Other duties include putting together itineraries, emails, sending out contracts, maintaining schedules, attending events and taking photos. This is a position for business and creative types. A love of music and/or nightlife is a plus. In your cover letter, pease elaborate on your music taste, how you find new music, where you like to go out, photo editing capabilities and aesthetic, how active you are on social media, what part of LA you reside in and your current schedule and flexibility.Send resumes to mpasst@nonaent.com 8/11


NON-LA POSITIONS (All Locations/All Positions)

Assemble Media, a multi-platform Film, TV, and new media company seeks ambitious, dedicated, detail oriented and creative assistants for its New York City office. Assemble Media’s executive team, has a history of Producing dozens of film, TV, and commercial projects and is looking for those that can handle a fast-paced work environment. Candidates should be self-starters, be able to manage others, have familiarity with common industry software, have a film vocabulary, be decisive and thoughtful in their evaluation of material, be adept in social media, and be able to travel for work for extended periods of time. Candidates must be prepared to work both in office and on set environments. Benefits and salary will be in line with that of entry level positions in the industry. Candidates should have 1 year of entertainment industry experience (not including internships) and be able to provide references. Candidates with no industry experience will not be considered. Applicants should attach a cover letter, and resume to info@assemblemedia.com 8/11


Amazing receptionist needed for music company. Experience required. Duties include handling phones, greeting guests, various assistant duties, as necessary. Must have good computer/ typing skills, have a great attitude, excellent follow-through and an abundance of common sense. Must be friendly, discreet, professional, efficient, detail oriented. Must work well on a team, as well as independently. Submit resume/ cover letter to whowantsajob@gmail.com 8/11

Established, LA based production company seeks to fill Office Assistant position. Applicants must be eager to learn and have an interest in the process of reality television development at an entry level. Duties include: answering phones, general office support, greeting guests at reception, research and supporting entire development team as well as other department heads. Must have a positive attitude, great work ethic and desire to move up. This position is a great way to learn the different facets of a production company. Please send all resumes and cover letters to share@lighthearted.com 8/11

Film & TV Music Production Company is looking for an Assistant Office Manager/Personal Assistant. We are a busy post-production office in need of a team player to wear many hats: general office duties, personal errands etc. Strong administrative and communication skills, ability to multi-task and music industry experience are a must. Knowledge of Mac, Microsoft Office Suite and strong typing skills also required. Must have valid driver’s license and own car in good working condition. Email resume and cover letter to office@isham.com 8/3

INTERNSHIPS (Film & Television)

Production Company run by A-List Writer is looking for an upperclassman/graduate student interested in screenwriting/producing to intern at his production company. Primary duties include taking detailed notes in writer meetings, working on character documents/step-outlines, reading scripts/books, writing coverage. We’re either looking for one person to intern every day or two interns to alternate daily. Must receive school credit. Please send resumes to prodcompanyinternship2017@gmail.com 8/11

Offspring Entertainment, the TV/film production company of Adam Shankman and Jennifer Gibgot, is currently looking for enthusiastic interns interested in development and production. In addition to an overall deal with Warner Bros. Television, the company has several feature films in development and active TV projects with both broadcast and cable networks. Interns will assist executive staff with script reading and coverage, development research, and general administrative tasks such as answering phones, greeting meetings and organizing files. Great opportunity to learn the development process and add your creative voice to a growing slate of projects. No pay, college credit available. Email resumes and cover letters to offspringassistant@gmail.com 8/11

The Radmin Company, a boutique literary management company in Beverly Hills, seeks an intelligent, creative intern with a sense of humor. Must be available Tuesdays and Thursdays. In addition to light general office duties, interns read and evaluate scripts and write coverage. 3-month commitment required. Internship is unpaid, but school credit available. There is also room to grow in the company. Email short cover letter, resume and coverage sample to jobs@radmincompany.com 8/11

Dynamic Television, a production, financing and distribution company is looking for a fall intern with an interest in TV development. Candidates should have excellent communication skills, excel under pressure, have strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Responsibilities include script coverage and analysis, research projects and participation in staff meetings. Knowledge of television and the international television industry is preferred but not required. This is an unpaid internship for school credit only. Please email resumes to bbeam@dynamictelevision.com 8/11

Scripted TV production company seeks part-time interns for the fall semester. We are an active production venture with numerous broadcast and cable projects in development, and an established studio partner that has created some of the top shows on TV. Intern duties include script reading and coverage, research, and occasional administrative tasks. Interns will get plenty of face time with the President/CEO and have the opportunity to participate in the development of our active projects. This is a great opportunity to learn about TV development and get a foot in the door. TV/Film majors and those with previous internship experience preferred. Send resume to tvprodinternship@gmail.com 8/11

Preferred Content, a film, television and digital production, sales and finance company, seeks operations and creative affairs intern to support its Managing Partners and existing staff. Responsibilities include providing general administrative support to existing staff, script coverage, analysis of completed independent films and support of ongoing film, television, and digital productions. Internship is unpaid. College credit available. Please submit cover letter and resume to info@preferredcontent.net 8/11

A unique opportunity to have a dual-type internship, alongside a director who recently joined a documentary filmmaker collective, Rebelhouse Group, in West Hollywood. The intern would be working for both the director and the collective, and can use both as separate experiences for their resumes. The director has a wide-range of projects, from television shows, to indie features, to award-winning documentaries. The intern would get to work in a tight-knit environment and learn hands-on. Typically duties include social media work, photoshop/editing, creating pitch decks, occasional errands, and other office duties. We are currently in production on two documentaries, and in pre-production for a TV series as well as a narrative feature film. This position is unpaid and must be for school credit. Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to saraksee@icloud.com 8/11

Mojo Films, a small director-driven TV/Feature production company is seeking motivated development Interns for the Fall semester. Must be a detail-oriented self-starter with a desire to learn development, and a voracious reader that can execute quick coverage. Responsibilities include: reading scripts/books, discussing thoughts with executives, providing coverage, helping around the office, project research and general assistance in projects as needed. This is for school credit only and candidates should have their own laptop. Our office is located in Santa Monica. Please send brief cover letters and resumes to mojointern@yahoo.com 8/11

Das Films is a film development and production company seeking native English speaking and bilingual Mandarin speaking interns who are passionate about film and eager to learn about development. We have a robust film slate with a number of international co-production projects. Interns will be given the chance to work directly with the principles and executives to learn the ins and outs of the film industry. Primary responsibilities include reading scripts and writing coverage on incoming material, tracking up and coming talent, light administrative work and providing support to executives as needed. Please send resumes to jfang@dasfilms.com 8/11

Todd Phillips and Bradley Cooper’s production company, Joint Effort, seeks motivated interns for the Fall 2017 semester, available to start in August or early September. We are based on the Warner Bros lot in Burbank. Interns will be responsible for reading scripts, writing coverage, project research, and participating in company meetings. Great opportunity to experience feature film and tv development. This internship is unpaid and interns must be enrolled in school to receive college credit. Interested candidates should send a resume and brief cover letter to: internship@jointeffort.com 8/3

Writer and director Jeremy Garelick and his team at American High are looking for talented script development readers. This is an unpaid internship that can be worked from home, on your own hours, but has tremendous upside. Our team values your input. The more you read for us, the closer to the team you’ll become. Top readers for the month receive large cash prizes, director visits, and more. This is a perfect opportunity for any aspiring screenwriter or someone stuck at a desk job who wants a creative outlet on the side. If interested, please send a resume to submissions@americanhigh.com 8/3

West Hollywood based A-list talent management and production company seeks intern to start immediately. Candidates must have a strong/friendly presence, excellent communication skills, be extremely detail oriented, and able to multi-task and prioritize. Customer service experience preferred. Please email resume and cover letter to InternPosition9200@gmail.com 8/3

A-List director’s production company, located on the Universal lot, is seeking part-time interns for Fall 2017. The ideal candidate will have excellent reading and writing skills, knowledge of the television/film culture, and an enthusiasm for writing coverage. Interns will typically work two to three times per week from 10am to 5pm. This is a great opportunity to get hands-on experience in a creative atmosphere. This is an unpaid internship and for school credit only. Please send PDF cover letters and resumes to fall2017internship@gmail.com 8/3

Muse Entertainment USA is looking for hard-working and enthusiastic interns to read scripts & books, write coverage, and assist with day-to-day office duties. Muse Entertainment is a production company located in Studio City. Great opportunity to learn the development process alongside high-level execs, as we’re a very small office with large projects. Very hands-on internship. Position is unpaid. Academic credit offered. Please send resume, cover letter, and coverage sample if available to museinternapp@gmail.com 8/3

Angry Films is looking for highly motivated interns to assist as we move into a very active period. Job responsibilities would include, but not limited to, organization of script libraries, script coverage, regular office duties and phones, spending one on one time with producers assisting them, and whatever else we can throw at you. Applicants need to own a car and have the ability to multitask and be organized. Internship is unpaid. Please send cover letter and resume to angryfilmscal@gmail.com 8/3

Primary Wave Entertainment is seeking interns for the Talent Department. Intern duties will include, but are not limited to, assisting managers and their assistants, script coverage, light research, learning tools of the trade and providing some administrative support. Perfect opportunity for those who strive to get a foot in the door, learning the ropes and to get a feel for the entertainment industry. This for college credit only; will work around school schedule. Please send resumes to inquiries@primarywave.com 8/3

Talent Management Company with A-list clients seeks motivated intern. The best candidate must be organized with excellent computer and phone skills; and is looking to experience the day-to-day business of management with the ability to juggle varied duties in a fast-paced environment. This is a part-time, non-paid internship with the potential to grow, and we will be happy to provide academic credit (if requested) and referrals for a great intern. Please email your resume to latalentmgmtintern@gmail.com 8/3

EuropaCorp Films is currently looking for Development Interns for Fall 2017 in our Beverly Hills office. Interns will perform script coverage and discuss with executives, review screeners, assist in monitoring projects of interest, and general office management tasks. Applicants should have strong reading, writing, and analytical skills, and an interest in film development/production/acquisition. Internship is unpaid, and must be done for school credit. Please send cover letters and resumes to europacorpasst@yahoo.com 8/3
Done + Dusted is looking for a cool, smart, hard working individual to join our company. You will be supervised by the C.O.O., and assist the team of executive assistants. You’ll gain exposure to the inner-workings of a busy global production company. Responsibilities include general office duties, as well as creative development for existing productions and new projects. You will have the opportunity to get experience on-site during any of our production weeks, and learn the ins and outs of television production. Done + Dusted is a global production company with credits such as the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Sports Awards, Stand Up To Cancer, and the live weekly MTV series Wonderland. Must have a passion for production, a ‘can-do’ attitude, and a goal of working in the industry after graduation. Absolute musts are a good work ethic, positive attitude, willingness to learn. Send Resume and cover letter to doneanddustedinterns@gmail.com 8/3

Hollywood based, established film and TV production company seeks articulate, outgoing, motivated, development interns to start ASAP! Perfect opportunity for those who want first hand experience of film/TV development. Must reside in Los Angeles, love to write and be passionate about the industry. Duties include but not limited to: reading scripts/books/articles, writing script coverage, update company’s social media, and provide administrative support. This for college credit only, will work around school schedule. Please send resumes to internship@ema.la 8/3

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    1) No film or entertainment related degree (BA in Political Science)
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    3) Made the move to LA without a job offer in place (but with money saved for this reason)
    4) Worked (in a different order) as an unpaid intern, background actor (non-union and later union),
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    5) Applied to jobs using the UTA joblist (rarely heard back)
    6) Posted a job to the UTA joblist

    I’d like to encourage everyone on here that truly anything is possible if you put your mind to it. Without a job and low on cash? Head down to Central Casting (prepared-print the paperwork beforehand. Google is your friend. So is Fedex Office) with $25, a free day, some form of ID, patience, and a good attitude. Enlist a calling service (Again, Google is your friend). If you meticulously follow every instruction, you will be on set in weeks. If you’re an actor quietly study the principal cast. You’d rather work in Production? Show the PA’s that you’re reliable and can be counted on (wouldn’t hurt to have resumes in your backpack). Work for 6 months and you’ll start to see familiar faces across every department. You’d be amazed at how quickly a 400 person crew production on a big budget Film or TV show halts on a dime because the 2nd 2nd AD can’t find the waiter with the red bowtie for the turnaround after lunch (he or she is probably at crafty. Don’t be that person). Be that useful background actor who can help the PA’s “keep eyes” (without being creepy or obvious) on certain people who are important to any particular shot. Befriend someone (without interrupting their work flow or being obnoxious) in your department of choice. Choose an appropriate time to ask if they would accept your resume for consideration. Production is the best place to start.

    Does the representation/development/business side interest you more? Get an unpaid internship at a production company (maybe 2 days a week). Learn the players in town. Become indispensable. Split time between background work and that internship until your boss feels comfortable referring you to an Agent Trainee program. If you’re persistent enough, you will get in. Agency HR people love applicants who won’t (within reason) take “No” for an answer. Those people will probably make great agents, they figure. Put in at least a year and doors previously inaccessible will begin to open.

    Most importantly, be a good person in a town lacking them. Treat everyone with kindness and respect. Understand that this is Hollywood and that not one person “knows it all”. The phrase “There’s no business like showbusiness” doesn’t exist because it rhymes.

    A well respected and iconic entertainment multi-hyphenate once gave me the single most important industry-related piece of advice I’ve ever been given (before any of the above (1-6) happened).

    “Follow your heart, believe in yourself, and go for it”

  7. I just want to thank you for doing this. You don’t have to, and it makes such a difference for so many of us. We really appreciate it!

  8. Hi TAPA,
    Thanks for posting. When I was doing work in the industry it was very hard to find someone who actually had access and was willing to share the postings. Curious, are you able to also post the UTA job list that covers the nonprofit listings?

  9. Hi TAPA,
    In Facebook you posted the job list 9/27 but they’re dated for the 25th. Do you post the job list here sooner than Facebook? Thanks.

    • The date on the page is the date UTA(‘s assistants) released it. I don’t always get it/share it on the same day.

  10. When asked if we found the job opening on the UTA list, what do you advise us to say? If we say yes will employers ever ask how we have the list? or do you think they will leave it at that. Just curious.

  11. Hi! Looking for a PAID remote Reader position. I have one unpaid, two term internship under the belt, and got chosen to be a Reader for this year’s Austin FF. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

  12. I suggest getting an internship (non-paid) as a production assistant first (indie, commercial, production company or studio) or even signing up with Central Casting – at least you’ll get paid
    by being an background extra on films, commercials. That it will give the possibility to network which is one of the most important tools to get in…it’s who you know.

    Best Wishes!!
    A filmmaker!!

  13. Does anyone know a way to enter the Entertainment industry with limited to no production experience?
    I graduated with a BA in Communication with a concentration in Film I’ve been trying for over a year to get even the lowest paid positions in the industry. All the job posts I come across say Entry-Level, but require some much experience. I know there is non-paid internships, but I need a paying position. So can anyone help me out?

    • Are you kidding?! Welcome to LA where competition runs rampant. There are too many people who move here and will readily take a non-paying position to rack up that experience (me!) for ANYONE to come here and apply for a position with none. Unless you’ve got someone on the in, nobody’s going to call you up, when hundreds of other people with more credentials is hiring.
      Dude… seriously?! The fact that colleges teach nothing about job competition and the work force and produce people like you, is just too baffling #ICant

      • I don’t know wants up your butt, but I was asking the commenters on this page who are experienced in getting jobs in the industry because no matter if you’re a college graduate or not you need to have some professional background in the industry and that’s what I’m looking for to move higher in the industry.

        So I don’t believe my question is ridiculous especially since you are trying to do the same thing as I the supposed stupid college grad. #ICant

        • This guy came at you, but he’s not wrong. When I started in LA I worked a 5 day a week unpaid internship (which on my resume was of course a full time paid asst gig) and to pay the bills I bussed tables at a bar and worked in retail. Yep, I was working 15 hour days 7 days a week – guess what no one’s going to hand you anything. A year later I’m working at a major agency, so yeah it paid off. But I didn’t come out of college thinking that I was just going to be given a job.

    • Welcome to the club! I have a BA in Television Programming and Production, experience as a production office assistant, and over 10 years experience as an executive assistant and I’ve been trying to get a job in the industry since I graduated in late 2009.

  14. My friends and I have applied to almost every job on this blog but we have never heard back from anyone. And we each have at least three years of film production experience.

  15. Thank you so much for keeping your blog and all the great information flowing and going! It’s really brightened my search for a new career, giving me renewed possibilities in life. I will be sure to help others along the way when I have that chance.

  16. Hi APA!

    I have a question for you.

    I’m a film studies student at the University of Sydney (about to graduate) in Australia. I am about to be granted my US working visa. I have plenty of experience (in major global studios and international agency work) – but its all been mostly in Australia. Do you think I will be disadvantaged because of that when applying to jobs? Are production companies/agencies more likely to hire applicants established in Los Angeles because they will have a bigger, more relevant network of contacts, or simply because they’re a US citizen?

    • Hey! I’m actually some what in the same boat. I’m currently an Australian living in LA studying film. Have you heard of the E3 visa? It is only for Aussies. All you need is a bachelors degree in the field and a letter from the company that is offering you a job. I heard that it is quite easy to obtain as the quota is never filled. Some places may be a little hesitant because it is extra work on their end that they have to do. But as long as they like you and you have the right requirements, I don’t see a problem.

  17. If I see a job that has been on here for two postings and I never heard back from them after the first post, should I email them again? If so, do I just pretend that I never sent an email to start off with or do I email to check up?

  18. Hello! I was wondering what the chances are of being hired if you live in another state, for example, Michigan. If you send these companies your resume, will they automatically reject you or will they even slightly consider you? I am committed to moving out to LA should I land a job; however, I don’t want to move out there and end up jobless for multiple months.

    • It is a very lucky and unusual circumstance to have a job before you come out here, at least in production.

      It’s less of an issue for the types of jobs you see on the UTA joblist, but it’s still problematic. A better course of action is to save up and plan on not having a job for a while.

  19. It seems like this is the longest we’ve gone (in recent memory) without a new list. Not good for us job hunters desperate for a career and to make some money. 🙁

  20. I have been looking for quite some time, but my questions is: do you happen to know the production office number and/or email for television shows that are recruiting PAs or assistants?

  21. Thank you so much for posting this! I was just wondering, how much in advance would you recommend applying to these jobs? I am free starting in June and am trying to figure out when would be the right time to start applying. Thanks!

  22. Any idea on when the next edition of the UTA list will be coming out? It’s been almost a week and I check this site religiously. Or do think there has been a possible delay due to President’s Day and awards season workloads? And thank you for continuing to posting the UTA list!

      • I figured as much but wanted to ask just in case. Thank you for responding nonetheless! Another question: I have been laboring to get in as an assistant (in a production office, studio, writers’ room, or even personal assistant) and rely heavily on the UTA job List for my applications. I have found it an incredibly valuable resource, especially in comparison to other job sites. We all know about the sad but documented fact that many positions posted on the company websites of larger studios or conglomerates are only posted for legal reasons while an internal hire has already been made. And, of course, Craigslist is a bit of a crap shoot for finding legit gigs versus scams or non-existent jobs posted to get you to pay for a subscription service that simply pulls the ads from the aforementioned company sites. I have had more luck with apps I submitted from postings here in the last few months than on any of the other options in the last several years.

        My question to you is this: do you have any advice that could help an applicant in the interview or phone screening phase? I have gotten a few nibbles – first round phone screenings from major players and jobs applied for through this list and one in-person interview for a personal assistant job – from only my cover letter and resume. Yet I have yet to go beyond that phase. I know my resume is in great shape and that I have all the skills necessary (I was explicitly told as much in one interview, as well as complimented on my interview skills); and those skills sometimes those go above and beyond between my degree, time as an Exec/Admin and Personal Assistant, my entertainment experience, and work as a freelance writer (with works published, and not all in necessarily screenwriting). I am several years out of college, though by no means “old” so I don’t think my age is a factor (I still look about 21, though my resume proves I am not).

        Is there anything else you suggest that I can and should be doing to help my application stand out further or help my interview? Any insider info you could offer? As they say, there’s no award for second place. Or in this case, a job for second place (or third or fourth).

        This, again, may be a shot in the dark for information, but at this point it doesn’t hurt to ask again. Thank you again for your time! It is much appreciated!

  23. Hi, just curious… where do these listings come from? you don’t have to name specifically where but do you have inside info, like someone telling you about these or newsletter/job board, etc? because you really don’t see them anywhere else on the internet! thanks so much, this is really helpful.

  24. ^^^ I’m right with you Will! I just recently graduated college, and I feel there is nothing out there for me. Money is running out, and bills are piling up and I need some work–I need some opportunities. I stumbled onto this page and have found it to be quite informative! I guess my main question, is where are some opportunities I could get ahold of. If anyone reads this and doesn’t mind helping me, or paying it forward with an opportunity (lol) my email address is watson_jalisa@yahoo.com.


  25. I truly appreciate the work you do on this website. I am looking forward to the new list. As a side note, I am a college graduate but I do not have a huge body of work. Where can a person like me find opportunities?

  26. Hi, this is great!

    This post reminded me that I have a question for you..

    I’m not sure if you’ve answered this before as I am a new reader, but I know of two projects specifically that are being produced by, lets say “figure heads,” versus an actual production company (as far as I know) — I am also saying this because I have researched the hell out of the two companies and nothing comes up except for who owns it.

    Anyways, I REALLY want to work on set as a PA for either or both (1 is a feature adapted from a book, 1 is a new multi-camera sitcom)

    Is there ANY way to get in with someone and throw my resume on their pile or talk to someone? Except for meeting someone? I try and network excessively but I haven’t met anyone who knows someone who can give me some tips on how to get in with these production agencies.

    Sorry if its a bit long! More specifically, how do I get a job I WANT versus taking whatever jobs get posted on UTA?


    • I’ve been around the block for awhile so I think I’m qualified to answer this. The problem with trying to get on as a set PA for a movie is that most likely that AD already has his staff he knows so it’s hard to get your name in the pile UNLESS you know someone on that show. You can always cold call the production or email the actual address the production lists on production weekly but as a former office PA, I know we hardly ever read that email. It’s a catch-22 you have to know someone to get a job but you can’t get to know anyone unless you have a job. Your best bet is go with the production company. They may have an internship or some other opportunity. Based on my experience its usually easier to start in a production company than go directly into working on say a Christopher Nolan or Steven Spielberg movie. Your best bet, inquire around, keep networking, I would give you my personal email as I’m a big believer in paying it forward but unfortunately this is a pretty public forum and I wouldn’t want my email out there for just anyone to see, but I sympathize with you as I was in the exact SAME position six years ago. Good luck.

    • Hello I’m seeking PA work on set in the NYC region currently, possibly LA later in the year. I have experience on-set as a SAG-AFTRA background actor.
      I just graduated Boston University with a B.S. in Film/TV from the College Communication school.
      I spent my last semester in a small independent development production company as an intern in Los Angeles.
      I’d love to connect to you too.
      Kent vK.

  27. Hi! I really enjoy your blog and the tidbits you give out! I am currently living in Atlanta, GA, and while I really want to eventually move to LA, and one day become a staff writer, a move isn’t in the cards for at least a year. Are there any shows that you know of with their writing offices in the same city that they shoot in? Most places I call film in Atlanta and write in LA… Any thoughts on whether this dynamic will change with all the new studios headed this way?

    Look forward to any insight you may have!

    • Walking Dead is filmed there as is the latest Hunger games Mockingjay. I have a few friends on it. It’s currently being filmed under the title “Seashore”

      • There are actually 2 new studios being built here in the Metro ATL area. I know of at least 1 that broke ground this week. I know that Tyler Perry has his main studio here as well. @TNLA do you know from any of these friends on Hunger Games if there are any leads on PA gigs with them? any help would be greatly appreciated.


  28. have taken 3 years off with a sickness in the family, looking for any help/tips on how best to re-enter the production work force, thanks.

    • The first step is to write in complete sentences, with proper grammar.

      Second, don’t tell anyone you haven’t been working for three years. That’s why I recommend using a resume without dates. Unless you’re top item is a show that hasn’t aired in three years, no one will know. Contact your past employers and tell them you’re ready to work.

  29. Thanks so much for the info!!
    If anyone has any leads in the Chicago area please let me know. Production is pretty slow out here.

  30. I normally don’t do this but I feel it’s my duty to advise anyone looking for work on this job list to avoid any positions posted by Shine America or Shine International. Although a large and seemingly respectable company at first, throughout the past few years, Shine America has had nothing but problems and it has gained a poor reputation amongst people within the industry. In the past 3 years, Shine America has been through 3 CEOs. The company spends far too much time and money hiring executives who prove to be useless and not nearly enough time and money fostering an environment of fairness and respect for those who do the real work. They overwork and underpay their support staff. Promotions and raises are insulting at best and that’s if and when they’re awarded which is rare. They produce poor quality shows yet pat themselves on the back more that most companies do. Their business practices are questionable, their HR staff is a joke and what’s worse is, behind closed doors, they realize all of this yet continues to make the same poor choices for their employees and the company itself. You may say, “This is nothing more than the rant of an angry former employee.” and to that I will say, “You’re half right.” I’m not angry at all. I’m simply sharing my knowledge so others can avoid the fate I was subjected to. If you don’t want to be abused, underpaid and overworked, you should avoid this company. It’s as simple as that.

    • I am grateful you said this. I know one of their in-house guys (we are in the same bar association) and he’s kinda a dick, too.

  31. So I am confused now.
    Does the list come out every Tuesday and Friday or just Tuesdays?
    Is there a new one for today?

  32. Hello,
    I’m just about to graduate from Full Sail University with my Science of Film Bachelors. I’m extremely determined, a fast learner and excited to start working! Any Director of Photography/Camera Assistant or Internships ever available on this site?
    Thanks for your time,

  33. They’re almost entirely in Los Angeles. That’s why there’s a section labeled non-LA positions about two-thirds of the way down.

  34. TAPA,

    I just wanted to say thanks for continuing to post this UTA job list on your site. I got my first full time job out here in LA from this exact source. The posting was made January 24th, I didn’t see it until the 26th, applied, and the very next day I had an interview. I started work on the 31st and have now just finished my 3rd week at my new company. Thanks again, TAPA.

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