Coordinator, Business & Legal Affairs
NickelodeonLos Angeles, CA
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Paramount Global (NASDAQ: PARA, PARAA) is a leading global media and entertainment company that creates premium content and experiences for audiences worldwide. Driven by iconic studios, networks and streaming services, Paramount's portfolio of consumer brands includes CBS, Showtime Networks, Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon, MTV, Comedy Central, BET, Paramount , Pluto TV and Simon & Schuster, among others. Paramount delivers the largest share of the U.S. television audience and boasts one of the industry's most important and extensive libraries of TV and film titles. In addition to offering innovative streaming services and digital video products, the company provides powerful capabilities in production, distribution and advertising solutions.
The Nickelodeon Business & Legal Affairs Coordinator will provide administrative support to the Business and Legal Affairs team in connection with Nick-branded programming services, with a focus on original programming development and production. This position is located on the Paramount Lot in Los Angeles, California.
• Assist with corporate housekeeping communications and documentation
• Coordinate and draft standard legal contracts and releases
• Track and distribute documents
• Assist with research projects
• Create and maintain status reports and contract summaries
• Responsible for follow-up, execution, distribution and filing of completed contracts and related matters, and other day-to-day administrative and related tasks as needed and assigned by the VPs of Business & Legal Affairs, Attorneys and Contract Managers
• Manage and coordinate all departmental administrative matters and office services, with general duties and obligations to include: coordinating daily/weekly/monthly calendars and schedules for executives, with oversight and responsibility for scheduling of meetings, conference calls and appointments; receiving, relaying and responding to internal and external messages and communications; handling, sorting, screening and prioritizing internal and external communications and correspondence (saving of daily emails), particularly with current production
• Facilitate travel agreements; coordinating administrative logistics; preparing and processing expense reports; support undergraduate and graduate student interns; and utilizing practical and organizational knowledge of procedures to handle the administrative needs of the department
• Excellent organizational skills with the ability to prioritize tasks and provide attention to detail.
• Strong, polished interpersonal skills and ability to work with all types of personalities and work styles and express a client-first attitude.
• Prior administrative experience in a business and legal affairs department or at a private practice law firm, preferably in the entertainment industry, highly desired.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills.
• Collaborative and team-player.
• High-level proficiency with Windows, Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel and Instant Messenger.
• Proven ability to simultaneously handle multiple responsibilities in a fast-paced work environment and successfully meet deadlines.
• Capacity to exercise flexibility with workload with ability to prioritize.
• Familiarity with general entertainment industry contracts and procedures.
• Professional demeanor and exceptional phone presentation and skills.
• Demonstrated ability to exercise solid business judgment, maintain confidentiality, and work independently.
The ideal candidate will be organized, detail oriented, multi-tasker, self-motivated, diplomatic, resourceful, able to work with minimal supervision, and possess a proven ability to anticipate and resolve administrative issues or problems. College degree, paralegal training or equivalent work experience is required.