UTA Joblist 7/22

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Entertainment Job List
(As of 7/22/16)

NOTE: Unless specific permission is given within the listing, DO NOT CALL about positions or to follow up.

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Industry veteran is expanding management company. Seeking an agent/manager type person that picks up the phone to sell. Will train the right person. Ideal candidates have at least a some experience in actor agency/management area. You must live in LA, have reliable transportation & experience w/ Mac. Want self starter, personable, multi-task, have administrative skill sets. familiar w/ actors, films & TV, reading scripts & have excellent written & oral skills. Compensation is generous incentive based package. send an email addressing requirements listed, any references & why you like this position. Damagent@gmail.com 7/22

Busy management company seeks experienced managers to join our team. Our client list includes actors with Series Regular and Recurring TV credits. Candidates should be team players with strong communication skills, proven track records, and industry relationships. Responsibilities include pitching/submitting clients via phone/email/breakdowns and client meetings. All resumes will be kept confidential. Commission only – 50/50 split. Please send resumes to managerjob1234@gmail.com. 7/15


Producer—former film division head of DreamWorks Studios & Paramount Pictures—is looking for a smart and resourceful new executive assistant. This jobs requires all the usual assistant responsibilities, but most importantly someone who has great energy and is hungry, fast and easygoing. Serious candidates should send their resumes and cover letters to office@dichotomyla.com. 7/22

Luber Roklin Entertainment: Talent manager seeks assistant. Candidate must be extremely detail oriented and organized. The successful candidate must also have the ability to prioritize and multi-tsk in a challenging, high energy environment. This role will be working with an extensive client list and coordinating with other managers, agents, and executives; must be an extremely quick learner. Previous industry experience preferred. If interested please send your resume to GPAssistant2016@gmail.com. 7/22

We are currently seeking an Unscripted Development Assistant. This is a maternity leave coverage position starting Tuesday, September 6th. We are asking for a minimum commitment of four to five months. The Development Assistant will manage the daily office operations for an executive in the unscripted development division within Rio Bravo/ Electus. This position requires strong organizational skills, an extremely proactive nature, resourcefulness, creative problem solving skills and strong attention to detail. Any applicant must be interested in growing their career in the unscripted development space. This is a paid position and compensation will depend on skill level. Please send all resumes and cover letters to Jennifer.Hochstadt@electus.com 7/22

Studio71 is looking for an Executive Assistant to the EVP of Global Digital Distribution to assist with original digital series deals and global licensing deals. Candidate should have a passion for digital, always stay on top of industry disrupters and development opportunities, and have 1+ year’s experience as an EA to a CEO, Founder, or Senior Level Manager. Please submit resumes to choi@studio71us.com. 7/19

Whitaker Entertainment is looking to hire a new assistant for our company. The position is the sole assistant at a 4-person company, so the job requires the ability to manage and track a lot of projects and needs at once. The assistant will get to contribute to the company creatively as well and we value their role as a member of our development team. The last three assistants have been promoted to executives, so that is definitely an option down the line,after the appropriate amount of time and growth with the company. We are looking for someone with at least 1 year of experience working at an agency or management company and a passion for film development. We are looking for someone who shares our passion for family and message driven films. Please submit resumes to taylor.chestnut@whitaker-ent.com 7/19
Lionsgate is seeking an assistant to two executives in Business & Legal Affairs. Responsibilities: rolling calls, tracking /maintaining status reports, scheduling meetings, drafting / revising documents, expense reports, liaising with other departments to execute contracts and pay talent, maintaining legal files, special projects and research. Seeking a motivated self-starter with an interest in the business / legal side of entertainment; 1 year of similar work experience. Send resumes to resumes@lionsgate.com. 7/15

Emmy-winning production company Serious Business seeks motivated coordinator, ideally with agency or management company experience, to grow alongside principles. Candidate will have a passion for comedy along with strong organizational skills and an interest in furthering their career in TV development. Email resumes to sbassistant2016@gmail.com 7/15

A prominent Feature/ TV production company is looking for a qualified and experienced full-time assistant for the head of the company. Previous assistant experience at a studio/ agency/management/ production company agency is preferred. Duties include script coverage, scheduling meetings, rolling calls, and other common tasks associated with being an executive assistant. Ideal candidates are well-versed in the industry, track writers/directors, and have a passion for development. The position involves handling all relevant administrative tasks like maintaining schedules, managing phones, and overseeing general office duties, as well as certain personal matters. Must know Final Draft. Tech skills (particularly with Apple products) highly desired. Creative input welcomed and nurtured. Please send resumes and coverage samples to hiringmanagerspe@gmail.com 7/15

Production Company specializing in scripted in search of stellar assistant to man the desk of 2 VPs of production and development. 1 year experience on a busy desk (agency, production company, management company or studio) preferred. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: phones, heavy calendaring, reading scripts, project tracking/database, taking notes on calls, interfacing with networks and covering reception 1-2 days a week. Must have thick skin, attention to detail, heavy multitasker, great attitude, be personable, discreet and professional. Looking for someone to hit the ground running. Demanding desk and a fast pace environment. Benefits package included. Good opportunity for growth for the right individual. Must want to be a producer. Looking to start ASAP. Please send resume and cover letter to Mvejobs@marvista.net 7/15

Super Deluxe seeks an Assistant/Coordinator to Creative Director. The Creative Director oversees the creation of (primarily comedy) short form video while also managing the production of docu-series, music videos, animations, and more. You will be responsible for both standard assistant duties (scheduling, phones, general office work) and creative duties (scouting talent, tracking ideas and projects, and discovery). The ideal candidate knows how to hustle and multi-task in a fast-paced creative environment. But most importantly, we’re looking for someone with a natural creative mind and unique, non-commercial, experimental taste. Understanding in the brand and internet content space a plus. Opportunity for growth. Position available for immediate hire. Please send your resume to jobs@superdeluxe.com 7/15

Boutique Talent Management & Production Company seeks assistant to top executive Manager/Producer to start ASAP. Must be able to handle rolling calls, client relations, reading scripts and giving notes. Good opportunity for mentorship and growth in both management and development/production space. Candidate should be motivated, professional, organized, and industry savvy. Agency experience a must. Please send cover letter and resume to entertainmentjobposting@gmail.com 7/12

Boutique Talent Management & Production Company seeks assistant to top executive Manager/Producer to start ASAP. Must be able to handle rolling calls, client relations, reading scripts and giving notes. Good opportunity for mentorship and growth in both management and production space. Candidate should be motivated, professional, organized, and industry savvy. Please send cover letter and resume to athena@silverliningentertainment.com 7/12

A prominent Management/Production Company is seeking an Executive Assistant to the President. Candidate must be able to work extremely well in a fast paced environment and be able to handle heavy phones and scheduling. Self-starter and organizational skills are a must. Candidate will be working closely with clients as well as some personal tasks. There is potential room for growth. At least one year of agency/management assistant experience a must. Please send resumes to TalentMgmtAsst@gmail.com 7/12

Media Rights Capital (MRC) is seeking an ambitious and hardworking assistant to work for the SVP of Television Production, EVP of Film Production, and SVP of Post Production. This is a demanding position at a fast-paced film and television studio. Relevant agency, studio or production experience is required and the ideal candidate will demonstrate a serious interest in pursuing a career in production. Must be detail oriented, comfortable with a high-pressure work environment, intellectually curious, and proficient in handling assistant duties such as managing heavy phones and scheduling. If hired, you will also become a participant in MRC’s Executive Trainee Program. Bachelor’s degree required. Please submit resumes in PDF format to jschechtman@mrcstudios.com. 7/12
Prestigious Beverly Hills Management Company seeks Assistant to Talent Manager who represents actors, stand-up comics, writers and directors. Assistant will manage extremely busy desk where duties range from office tasks to interacting with A-list actors, writers or directors and touring stand-up comics. Assistant must have previous experience at mainstream management firm or agency. Must be extremely well organized with attention to detail. Must have 1 year minimum agency/management/studio desk experience. The industry education is top rate for anyone pursuing a career in management. Email resume, cover letter, and list of 3 references to hr@3arts.com with subject line “HR-AG”. 7/12

Management company seeks an organized, proactive, multitasking, and hungry assistant to grow and become a talent manager. The candidate will assist both founding partners/ managers at the company. For the right candidate the opportunities to grow quickly can be immense. Responsibilities include managing phone lines, scheduling, using breakdown services, administration as well as office management, and dealing with everything client related that will come up. You will learn how to be a talent manager (actors) very quickly. The candidate must have strong professional communication skills, the ability to manage and prioritize a heavy workload, and a ”can do” attitude. Bachelor’s degree required and Ideally with 1 or 2 years agency or management experience on a desk. The position offers a tremendous opportunity to gain a variety of knowledge and insights across various areas of talent management. Please send cover letter and resume to talentassistant2016@gmail.com 7/12

Film/ TV and commercial independent production company is looking for an assistant. The successful candidate will be an organized, detail-oriented multi-tasker, possessing excellent verbal and written communication skills. Administrative and creative duties include: office management, phones, scheduling, writing coverage, and writer/director ideas for specific projects. As well as the opportunity to bring in projects to the company to consider. This is a great opportunity to work in a very creative environment. Must have at least 2 years of experience assisting in the entertainment industry; agency and/or film/TV experience is preferred. Please send resume and cover letter to: asst@monsterfoot.com 7/12

A Talent Manager at a bi-coastal talent management firm, seeks a seasoned assistant for our office in Los Angeles. Ideal candidates must have experience (at a minimum: 6 months-1 year), superior academic credentials and a degree from a four year university. Experience must include time at a talent agency or management company. Internship does not count. Applicants must be self-motivated, highly organized, hard-working, detail-oriented and able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. The more computer and tech knowledge, the better. Great opportunity to further ones career in within the entertainment industry with an established manager with amazing clients. We would love to continue to grow the company from within over time. Competitive pay and benefits. Must have thick skin and a strong desire to succeed. Email cover letter and resume to: talent.manager.asst302@gmail.com 7/12

International television studio with multiple series on air seeks Executive Assistant to the President. One year of previous entertainment desk experience required. Beyond typical assistant duties (heavy phones, scheduling, etc.), a strong interest in television development is expected. Excellent communication skills, attention to detail, and commitment to courtesy and professionalism are all mandatory. Email cover letters, resumes, and title/writer of best script read in the past 6 months to tvstudiopresassist2016@gmail.com. 7/12

Talent Management Company with clients in tv, film and theatre seeks assistant/jr. manager to work for Principal. Position requires prior experience in management or agency and a passion for working with and understanding talent. Ideal candidate is a team player, a self-starter, detail oriented and possesses strong organizational and communication skills. Computer/tech skills required. Candidate should be familiar with all aspects of pitching clients and interested in growing with the company. Competitive salary and benefits. – asstmgmtco@gmail.com 7/12

ICM Partners®, a major talent and literary agency, is seeking an exceptional and highly motivated Assistant for a Business Affairs attorney. JD required and must have already passed the bar. This is an assistant positon but a great way to learn how the business affairs dept at an agency is run and make a lot of connections. The successful candidate must have strong writing and editing abilities, a careful attention to detail, and the ability to thrive in a fast paced environment. Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, including Word, and extensive Outlook are required. Resumes to careersla@icmpartners.com . 7/12

A management/production company has an immediate opening for an Assistant to cover two talent/lit managers desks. At least 1 year agency or management experience is required. Responsibilities include rolling calls, scheduling appointments, coordinating with casting directors and clients, submissions, and general clerical duties. Ideal candidate will be personable, extremely detail oriented, learn quickly, multi task, and follow directions. Please send resume with cover letter to litprodasst@gmail.com 7/12

Executive Assistant to assist the Founder & CEO and President & COO of Jukin Media with heavy scheduling and other administrative tasks daily. Prior agency experience preferred. Job responsibilities include: heavy scheduling, booking travel and creating itineraries, act as a liaison between executives and employees, prepare company correspondence, process office requests and needs, and personal assistant duties. Thick skinned! Team player, Microsoft Office and Google/Gmail skills. Email careers+20160628@jukinmedia.com 7/12


PT or FT Personal Assistant Woodland Hills: Household mngmt, dog care, errands/shipping, computers, bills, organization + more. OK working alone, embrace “no task too small”. In-home personal asst experience a plus. If qualified, help with new businesses possible as well. Mon/Wed/Fri 9am-6pm or Full Time. $15/hr to start. Advancement potential. No attachments: resume, cover letter (applicable experience+why want job), 3+ professional references, all in body of email, no attachments: marshallmngmnt@hotmail.com 7/22

Entertainer seeks motivated, positive, and confident assistant. Must be assertive and have prior experience. Position is based in LA and candidate must be able to travel. Hours will vary; weeknights/weekends as needed. Need working knowledge of LA, driver’s license, and a car. Discretion is vital. Required to sign a confidentiality agreement and undergo background check. Submit resume/cover letter: losangelesassist2016@gmail.com 7/15

Entertainer seeks motivated, positive, and confident assistant. Must be assertive and have prior experience. Position is based in LA and candidate must be able to travel. Hours will vary; weeknights/weekends as needed. Need working knowledge of LA, driver’s license, and a car. Discretion is vital. Required to sign a confidentiality agreement and undergo background check. Submit resume/cover letter: losangelesexecassist2016@gmail.com 7/12

Part-time assistant to established writer/director/artist. This is a personal-professional hybrid role. Must be motivated, responsible, resourceful, web savvy and an exceptional multi-tasker. The ideal candidate must always be three-steps ahead, and never see any task as too big or too small. Duties will include, but are not limited to, scheduling meetings, coordinating shoots, planning events, handling all aspects of travel. Photoshop and Excel skills are necessary. The assistant will be coordinating multiple platform film, art & fashion projects. Looking to start immediately. Email resumes to bryan@lgoldwynfilms.com 7/12


Busy Entertainment PR Firm seeks organized, self-starter with excellent communication skills for an Executive Assistant position. You will be working for two high level PR executives. Duties include answering their phones, servicing clips, arranging client travel, keeping a detailed calendar and other administrative duties. Our PR firm is a team effort environment. A Bachelor’s degree, strong computer and social media skills and prior industry experience are a must. Please send email with resume, cover letter, salary expectation and references to pr4assistant@aol.com 7/19

Forefront Media, a leading public relations and marketing firm representing actors, filmmakers, comedians, production companies and musicians is seeking an assistant whose career goal is to become a publicist or work in entertainment public relations. This position will include typical assistant duties; handling phone calls, assembling and maintaining press kits, drafting client biographies, conducting online research, and providing client support. You will receive hands on experience and assist with client events which includes shadowing red carpet premieres, press junkets and press appearances such as talk shows. This is an optimal position for an assistant who wants to prove themselves and promote quickly. 1-2 years previous PR experience is preferred. Assistant candidates will need to demonstrate a strong knowledge of the latest social media trends as well as basic knowledge of entertainment public relations. Salary: Competitive. Please send your resume and cover letter to info@forefrontmedia.com 7/19

West Hollywood PR/Marketing firm seeks an Executive Assistant to CEO. Responsibilities include maintaining calendar, rolling calls, coordinating and booking travel, attend meetings and conference calls and additional tasks as needed. Candidate should be highly organized, possess strong communication skills, ability to adapt in a fast-paced environment, ability to multi-task, have a positive attitude and strong attention to detail. Please submit resume and salary requirements to pr.resume.submissionsLA@gmail.com. 7/19

The Glam App is seeking a Marketing Coordinator to begin immediately. Responsibilities include planning and implementing marketing and branding objectives. Will oversee creation and delivery of press releases, partnerships and relationships with all media. Experience with SEO and google analytics. Bachelor’s degree or 5 years equivalent experience required. Salary is $52,000 / year. Send resume and cover letter to katrina@theglamapp.com with “Marketing Coordinator Application – Your Name” in subject line. 7/19

PR DEPT seeks full-time brands and events publicity coordinator with experience in entertainment publicity and marketing to join staff. The coordinator will work closely with account executives to fulfill client needs. He/she will be in charge of administrative tasks, outreach and research across a wide range of clients including fashion, beauty, lifestyle and entertainment. Ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in public relations, communications or journalism, and possess strong writing, research and organization skills along with a strong desire to grow within the company. PR DEPT clients range from Variety Magazine, H&M, POPSUGAR, Cinespia, Original Penguin, Heal The Bay, The Humane Society of the United States. Please send resume, cover letter and writing sample to PRDeptCareers@gmail.com. 7/12

A well-established Entertainment PR/Marketing Firm seeks a Coordinator supporting the Director of Awards. Should have at least one-year experience, preferably with a television or entertainment-related company and have knowledge and passion for television, specifically awards. Responsibilities: collect show materials, office support, collect and distribute client news, maintain calendar, work events as needed. Strong writing and organizational skills, as well as proficiency in excel and Mac required. Send resumes to Rachel@publicity4all.com 7/12

West Hollywood PR/Marketing firm seeks an Executive/Personal assistant to CEO. Responsibilities include maintaining calendar, rolling calls, coordinating and booking travel, attend meetings and conference calls and additional tasks as needed. Candidate should be highly organized, possess strong communication skills, ability to adapt in a fast-paced environment, ability to multi-task, have a positive attitude and attention to detail. Please submit resume and salary requirements to pr.resume.submissionsLA@gmail.com. 7/12


Adore Creative Unscripted Development Intern. Looking for 4-5 interns that are looking to learn and contribute immediately. Interns must be able to work in a fast-paced, intense environment. Responsibilities will include: – Copy Writing – Research – Create Presentations – Editing (Adobe Premier) -Creative Collaboration -Note Taking –Slight Administrative duties. Contact: Adam.sarraga@adorecreative.com 7/19


The 20th Century Fox feature casting department is looking for an experienced high-level assistant or associate for a full-time Executive Casting Assistant position. The candidate will provide a full level of administrative and casting support in the day-to-day for a very high-volume office (SVP, Feature Casting). Must have experience in heavy phones, checking avails, list-making, setting up appointments, collecting actor quotes, Castit, iMovie, Microsoft office. Must possess strong knowledge of agents and managers. 1-2 years of experience in a casting office preferred. Candidate is needed to start early-August. We are located on the Fox lot in Century City. Please email your resume and cover letter to: foxfeaturecasting@gmail.com 7/22

NON-LA POSITIONS (All Locations/All Positions)

United Talent Agency (UTA) seeks qualified candidates for its Agent Trainee Program based in our New York office. Previous industry experience and bachelors degree required. Candidates must be motivated, extremely detail oriented, have excellent communication and organizational skills and a desire to learn the business of talent representation. This is a very demanding environment with excellent opportunities to work in Film, Television, Theatre, Licensing and Branding, New Media and Entertainment Marketing. Proficiency with Microsoft Office software is mandatory. Compensation includes overtime and full benefits. References required. www.unitedtalent.com for more information. Fax cover letter & resume to (310) 247-1111 or email to trainingprogram@unitedtalent.com. No calls. Candidates must be local.


Reality TV talent agency is seeking a full-time receptionist. The ideal candidate must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, must be administrative, organized and detail-oriented, and proficient in Word, Excel, and Outlook.
Entertainment industry experience helpful but not a must. Candidate must be well groomed and professionally attired. Great opportunity for someone seeking to get their start in the industry. Hours will be 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Please submit cover letter and resume to bungeejumper42@gmail.com. 7/22

Very busy independent production and distribution company, Electric Entertainment, seeks production office assistant to support all departments in the company, particularly the facilities department. Major areas of responsibility include providing physical support for the building, managing heavy inventories, setting up meetings, and being readily available for administrative tasks for any department. Candidates must oversee the execution of office events, screenings, miscellaneous runs, and overall office support. Candidates must work extremely well in a fast-paced environment, prioritize tasks, be mechanically inclined, and provide continual support to the Facilities Manager. Tech savvy and experience in facilities management is a major plus. Bachelor’s degree and minimum one (1) year experience in a similar role. Must be available immediately, have a working vehicle, and valid driver’s license. Email jobs@electricentertainment.com with resume and cover letter with subject line “Production Office Assistant” 7/19

Industry Entertainment, a leading talent and literary management company, seeks an Office Manager. Ideal candidates are detail-oriented, organized, and tech savvy. Must have light editing abilities. Position is great for someone who wants to work in the management world. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: managing office operations, reception duties, and editing demo reels. Send résumé and cover letter to IEofficemngr@gmail.com Looking to hire immediately. 7/15

Super Deluxe seeks an amazing receptionist/office coordinator. Duties include handling phones, greeting guests, various assistant duties, as necessary. Must be friendly, professional, detail oriented and a great multi-tasker. We’re looking for someone proactive, resourceful and always seeks ways to help around the company on off times. Opportunity for growth. This is a full time position. Please send your resume to jobs@superdeluxe.com 7/15

INTERNSHIPS (Film & Television)

Mad Chance (“American Sniper”) is looking for interns 2 days/week (8 hours/day) starting August/September through December. Responsibilities: heavy script coverage, office duties, answering phones, doing runs, etc. The internship also involves a weekly seminar series with guest speakers. Computer/car required. Unpaid and candidates must receive school credit. To apply, email madchanceintern@gmail.com with resume and 1-2 sentences about why you want to work in entertainment and at Mad Chance. 7/22

Prolific production company seeks enthusiastic, motivated interns available immediately who are looking to gain hands-on experience in development and production. We are a very busy film production company headed by a prolific film producer with over 30 film credits and has a broad active development slate. Duties include: Script reading and detailed coverage, specific project research, in-depth discussion of materials with principals of the company, general development notes on current company projects, reception duties, screener replication, networking opportunities, etc. We tend to take a unique, personable approach to our internship program and treat our interns as part of the team. Our interns have gone on to work at other production companies and talent agencies throughout the business. Please email resumes to: info@permutpres.com 7/22

Film & TV Creative Development Intern // Fall 2016. To apply please send the following to gooduniverseinternship@gmail.com: 1. Your resume 2. A photo of you doing something with “swagger” (up to your own interpretation) 3. Why you want to work at Good Universe… (100-200 words) 4. Something from the internet you think we should know about… (100-200 words) The subject should be: GOOD UNIVERSE FALL 2016 INTERNSHIP. 7/19

FlynnPictureCo. is looking for Summer & Fall interns. This is a fun environment to learn every aspect of production in the company of a successful producer, from the inception of an idea, to script development, to production, post, marketing and release. The goal is to teach interns how to process and evaluate material, and instill in them basic Hollywood assistant skills from coverage and material valuation to research, scheduling, and light phone handling. College credit is offered. Please send resumes and cover letters to info@flynnpictureco.com 7/19

Pantheon Entertainment is looking for a highly motivated intern to assist as we move into a very active period. Job responsibilities would include, but are not limited to, organization of office files and databases, rolling calls, script reading and synopsis, copying and whatever other office duties might arise. Applicants need to be computer literate, well spoken, own a car, and have the ability to multitask and be organized. Internship is unpaid. Please send cover letter and resumes to pantheonintern2@gmail.com. 7/19

Thinkfactory Media is a full-service production company that creates high quality entertainment content. Thinkfactory is one of the only production companies that has created award-winning programming in virtually every genre of television including: features, unscripted series, documentaries, mini-series, branded entertainment projects, concerts, music specials and various movies of the week. We are seeking interns to help in development and unscripted casting. We require that interns be in good standing with their school and enrolled for course credit; ideally available to work at least 2 days a week. Please send resumes and cover letters to tvintern2016@gmail.com 7/15

Veteran independent producer seeks interns with interest in film and television development. Tight-knit company has a co-production deal with a major foreign financier and substantial film/television projects in all stages of production. Must be detail-oriented, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be an avid reader with polished coverage skills, and possess a no-task-too-small attitude. Responsibilities include reading/coverage, general administrative support, and personal tasks. Based in Beverly Hills. Send resume & cover letter to sarkissianasst@gmail.com. 7/15

A Management/production/consulting company with an A-list roster seeks interns to for Fall 2016. Interns will take on the role of receptionist which will require great communication skills, quick thinking, and a concrete knowledge of our clients. Responsibilities include: script coverage, answering phones, covering desks, errand runs, admin support, and research. Candidates should have strong interest in entertainment world. This is a great opportunity to really get your foot in the door and learn the ins and outs of the industry. Please only apply if you can receive school credit. Please send resumes to brian@mgmt-entertainment.com. 7/15

Super Deluxe seeks summer/fall paid intern to start ASAP. If you’re interested in tech, internet content and traditional tv development this may be the perfect internship for you! We want people with big, bold ideas who really want to contribute to our collaborative work environment. As an intern you will be exposed to senior level management as well as countless opportunities for learning and growth in all areas of the company. Opportunity for full time/part time hiring after end of internship. Must currently be enrolled in college. Please send your resume to jobs@superdeluxe.com 7/15

Phoenix Pictures is looking for Fall interns. Primary responsibilities include reading scripts and providing coverage, script analysis and breakdown, participation in creative meetings with executives, exposure to administrative work and covering desks.This is a non-paid internship. Candidates should preferably be currently enrolled in school, have reliable transportation and be dedicated and eager to learn. Please send resumes to: phoenixpicturesinternship@gmail.com 7/15

Zero Gravity Management, a busy literary & talent management and production company, is taking applications for Summer and Fall 2016 interns. This is an amazing opportunity for a focused and savvy individual. Company manages actors, directors, writers as well as produce for TV and films. Responsibilities include: overall office upkeep, phones, script coverage, and research for project development. Send resumes to asstzg@zerogravitymanagement.com 7/15

Visual Effects company is currently looking for a passionate, motivated intern for the Fall 2016 semester who is interested in learning the business side of the industry including project tracking and outreach. Tasks will include working with the Business Manager, handling projects and contact entry, the creation and maintenance of various reports and tracking grids and occasional runs as needed. The ideal candidate will be currently enrolled in a film/tv/communications undergraduate or graduate program with an interest in learning more about the film business (course credit mandatory). Candidate should be familiar with Windows operating systems and be available for 1-2 days a week (Tuesday-Friday) from 10am-5pm. Prior industry experience preferred but not required. Please send a brief cover letter via e-mail along with your resume as a PDF for consideration to vfxofficeinternship@gmail.com 7/15

Mandeville Films and Television is currently looking for fall interns. We are looking for motivated interns with an eye for feature film and television development. Located on the Disney Studios lot in Burbank, we offer a welcome atmosphere and the chance to gain hands-on experience and generate contacts. We are looking for interns who can commit to a minimum of three months, 2-3 days a week, from 9am to 6pm. School credit is available, but is not necessary. Responsibilities include: reading scripts, doing coverage, covering executive desks, administrative tasks, and running errands around the Disney Studio lot. Must be proficient with Mac computers. We are currently looking for interns who can start in late August, early September 2016. Please send a resume and brief cover letter via email: internships@mandfilms.com 7/12

International film production & distribution company seeks interns to serve in Beverly Hills office. You will be actively reading/evaluating scripts, providing feedback, brainstorming ideas, doing project-related research as well as assisting with all administrative duties: phones, scheduling, errands etc.. A no-job-is-too-small attitude is absolutely mandatory. Positive demeanor, strong writing skills, and good way with people will be expected. Looking for current students and recent graduates. Applicants should be able to commit to the position at least 2 full days per week, for the next 2-3 months. Must be fluent in Mandarin Chinese and/or French. Position is unpaid, but college credit is available. This is a great ”resume builder” and foot-in-the-door for anyone looking to build a career in entertainment. Send resume and cover letters to filmexecintern@gmail.com. 7/12

Boutique talent management firm in West Los Angeles is looking for smart, resourceful interns. If interested please email resume to carducci@aligned-ent.com 7/12

Angry Films (Natural Born Killers,Shoot Em Up, From Hell, Bully, Transfomers, Real Steel) 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 be computer literate, well spoken, 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. 7/12

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  9. PlucharC says:

    11/1 – The email for the Executive Assistant to the Senior VP comes back as undeliverable. Just an FYI.

  10. Unanimous PA says:


    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.

  11. nypa says:

    Are all of these listings for CA??

  12. The Anonymous Production Assistant says:

    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.

  13. Thanks for providing this amazing material, I am a mobile makeup artist based in bridgnorth and I will be visiting your blog more often!! Thanks 🙂

  14. Blake Zurbuchen says:


  15. Thank you so much for sharing these with us. I am just getting into them and this will help me enormously!

  16. Zoë E says:

    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,

  17. Michael DeStefano says:

    Do you have the 7/31 UTA Job list to post?

  18. Denis says:

    Are these positions opened to anyone from around the world, as that I.T. position is quiet an interesting one.

  19. Michael DeStefano says:

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

  20. danny.mancini@yahoo.com says:

    Does anyone belong to any assistant chat rooms or blogs to hear about a potential employer?

  21. George says:

    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.

    • Anonymous Lawyer says:

      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.

  22. Whitney says:

    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.

  23. joshua says:

    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 Anonymous Production Assistant says:

      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.

  24. Noreen says:

    Love these postings. Thanks so much for doing this!

  25. Mandy Rivera says:

    Thanks you so much for this list!

  26. 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!

    • TNLA says:

      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”

      • Bryant says:

        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.


  27. Sara says:

    Love this. :!what are the odds I would be hired there from toledo ohio?? In your opinion

  28. Lauren says:

    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?


    • TNLA says:

      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.

    • Kent vK. says:

      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.

  29. lucy says:


    When will the new UTA List come out? Thanks

  30. Will says:

    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?

  31. Lease says:

    ^^^ 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.


  32. Anonymous says:

    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.

  33. jobhunter says:

    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!

    • The Anonymous Production Assistant says:

      The list comes when it comes, unfortunately.

      • jobhunter says:

        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!

  34. jobhunter says:

    Thank you!

  35. AMP UK says:

    Interesting Writing! Thank you

  36. Love the Amazon opportunity. Will remember it next time I order (only a couple of times a year, alas) & in the meantime fingers crossed that all of us who love your site will participate.

  37. Anonymous says:

    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!

  38. AIS says:

    Thank you for posting the joblist!

  39. Natalie says:

    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?

  40. KJP says:

    How come there hasn’t been a list up in a while? 🙁 Thank you TAPA for posting it.

  41. Guest says:

    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. 🙁

  42. Cch Jobs says:

    A month since the last list.. sigh. I wonder what is up with UTA

  43. Serious Job Applicant says:

    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.

    • The Anonymous Production Assistant says:

      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.

  44. Job Hopeful says:

    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?

  45. Nic says:

    hi david eckstein

  46. Sydney Student says:

    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?

    • The Anonymous Production Assistant says:

      There’s a couple of posts on the subject: and . It’s not easy, but it can happen.

    • Nic says:

      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.

  47. Jane says:

    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.

  48. Jay says:

    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.

  49. Chacha says:

    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?

    • r.u. serious says:

      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

      • Chacha says:

        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

        • Chevy says:

          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.

  50. Tamsin says:

    Hi… are you still offering resume consulting?

  51. Dave says:

    Whete can I find work, working on a set as a safety officer or fire prevention?

  52. lababarde says:

    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!!

  53. DeAnna Majors says:

    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!

  54. Shubahm says:

    My name is Shubham
    I am looking for a post Production PA position
    My email id is superluvy@gmail.com
    I have taken classes in AVID
    I have experience in Premiere Pro
    Thank you

  55. bananatan says:

    Thx for this. I am gonna click through your amazon links regularly. ; )

  56. Mandy says:

    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.

  57. Mike says:

    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 Anonymous Production Assistant says:

      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.

  58. Zack R-F says:

    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?

  59. Jen Wilson says:

    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!

  60. Dreamer says:

    As someone who moved to LA in 2010 from another state who has:

    1) No film or entertainment related degree (BA in Political Science)
    2) No family (direct or otherwise) connections to the business
    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),
    stand-in, production assistant, agency assistant, executive/development assistant, and network
    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”

  61. Anna says:

    Hi there. Pulse Films already hired someone!! Just FYI

  62. Is there a site like this for Assistant Editors ? I have been a member of Entertainment Careers, and other supposedly proffessional sites for years and they have mostly just led to several fraudulent internships and very low paying , non union , non credit jobs. Basically just non helpful job links. Anyone knkw of
    any legit postings for an Avid and Premier based AE and freelance editor?

  63. mm says:

    I appreciate your postings and goodwill. Double checking if you still offer resume consulting?I have been a professional actor, casting assistant, high end assistant outside the business and pretty much involved in all aspects of industry but need help consolidating resume for Personal Assistant work in industry in NYC. How does that work and the cost? Thank you. Truly, M

  64. Danny says:

    Hi TAPA!

    Thank you so much for posting the UTA like this. You’re divine.

    I wanted to apply for the 5/17/16 lists’s internship posting for Entertainment One but lost the contact info. I know you don’t archive the old lists but is there anyway I could get a hold of that posting?

    Thank you,

  65. RB says:

    Anyone know of any shows staffing up writer’s assistants?

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