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Assistant to Agent, Theatre Film & TV (TFTV) Department
We’re looking for an experienced assistant with excellent communication and administrative skills, and a ‘can do’ team-player attitude to join our Theatre, Film and TV Department. This role works with a senior agent, supporting the agent’s client list, but also supporting that agent’s running of the TFTV department.
We want someone with knowledge of the film and television industry who wants to continue building their relationships across the industry. The ideal candidate will have an interest in working towards being an agent, but this isn’t a must. The most important thing is someone who sees this as a genuine opportunity to build their career whilst giving at least two years to the assistant role.
Promotion of the clients’ work, seeking out new opportunities for them both here in the UK and internationally, and safeguarding their interests is at the heart of what an agent does, so the successful candidate will need to quickly gain a comprehensive knowledge of clients' work.
You’ll be providing dedicated client care to an impressive list of writers, directors and producers with confidence and professionalism, while offering comprehensive support to the agent. This role requires a clear and confident communicator, and someone with a pro-active approach to problem solving. You also need to be an efficient and organised multi-tasker, able to prioritise tasks across a varied workload.
We offer a competitive salary and attractive benefits package.
To apply, send your CV with a covering letter to email@example.com Please make sure you put ‘Assistant to TFTV Agent’ in the subject line of your email.
Closing date for applications is Friday 1st November
Curtis Brown Creative (CBC) Writing School - ECommerce Manager
Our sister company Curtis Brown Creative has an exciting opportunity for an ECommerce Manager to join them in a newly created position to play a key role in the expansion of their online business.
They're looking for someone to take on the day-to-day running and relentless improvement of the Curtis Brown Creative website – encompassing proposition, sales, optimisation and UX. Reporting to the Managing Director, this role also works closely with CBC's website developer/designer, digital marketing consultant and the small team of full-time employees at CBC. The ECommerce Manager will be given significant responsibility from the outset and encouraged to make the CBC website their own.
Required Experience and Skills:
• You’ll have at least 3 years’ experience in an ECommerce trading and optimisation role.
• Analytical by nature
• Digitally native with relevant technical expertise
• Enthusiastic to work in a small team – drawn to the flexibility, pace and creativity this enables – and confident to work without large-scale corporate support & strictures
• Artistic and linguistically creative with the ability to write engaging, tailored copy
• An innovative thinker with the desire to keep learning
• Strong planning, organisational and problem-solving skills and a proactive attitude
You'll be based at CBC's central London offices in Haymarket as part of a team of five permanent employees (plus freelancers) and will be engaging with the wider world of writing. This is a full-time role - or potentially four days/week (subject to discussion). Salary will depend on experience.
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To apply, please email your CV, covering letter with salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org (ensuring you put "CBC - ECommerce Manager" in the subject line of your email).
Closing date for applications is Monday 21st October.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive for all our vacancies , regretfully we cannot always reply personally to everyone who applies or provide feedback on individual applications. If your application to a recent job vacancy has been successful, then you will usually hear from us within 2 to 3 weeks of the closing date.
RIGHT TO WORK IN THE UK: All applicants for any vacancies advertised (this includes our internship schemes) must already have the right to work in the UK. If you have a work visa, then there must be at least two years remaining on your visa.
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