Assistant to Talent Manager
ConfidentialLos Angeles, CA
Part Time Job
Please do not cut and paste a form cover letter. Please tell us a bit about your interest in Talent Management. We prefer only to interview candidates who wish to become a Talent Manager at some point in the future.
This is a Part-Time, 10-15 Hour Per Week Job that pays $16/hr. There is a lot of room for growth within the company, but please do not apply if starting working 10-15 hours a week at this wage is not sustainable for you.
Interviews and all work will be conducted remotely via Zoom until quarantine has ended. A mobile work environment and flexible schedule can be offered post-quarantine.
We are a small but successful talent management company. We represent studio feature stars, film festival feature leads, television series regulars and recurring guest stars... etc. We are constantly growing.
You will work submitting actors for roles in television and movies, identifying exciting pitches for our clients, sending audition emails, directing a few phone calls, uploading self tape auditions, etc.
We have a company mandate to promote from within, so we'd like to find someone with an interest in talent management. -- In fact, we want to promote our current Talent Coordinator to Jr Manager, so we are looking for an Assistant we can promote to Talent Coordinator quickly. Talent Coordinator is a full-time position that is paid via a low weekly stipend AND commission based on company earnings. If this will not be something you are comfortable with for the future, this may not be the right position for you.
Again, please do not apply if you are unable to work only 10-15 hours a week for the first few months.
Please only apply if you know you'll be interested in this job for at least six months, if not longer.
Please note that talent management is a commission-based job, and that any promotions received above Assistant, will primarily receive remuneration via commission. Talent Management is a grueling sales job, requiring diligence and repetition, and earning income based on commission can yield incredible results, as well as slow times. (And quarantine is a slow time.) So, please make sure that you understand this and are interested in this type of work before applying.
We cannot accept applications from actors.
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