Propagate ContentLos Angeles, CA
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Job Title: Development Coordinator, Full-Time
Location: Los Angeles or New York
Description: Founded in 2015, Propagate Content LLC is a Los Angeles-based television and digital media studio that develops, produces, and distributes programming built upon great stories spanning all genres, including premium scripted series, long-form, unscripted and formats, to broadcast, cable, digital and emerging platforms worldwide. One of the world's fastest-growing independent content creation companies, our unscripted portfolio includes ''Chopped'' on Food Network, ''Running Wild with Bear Grylls'' on National Geographic, ''Go-Big Show'' on TBS, the upcoming ''American Song Contest'' on NBC, ''Kings of Pain'' on History; along with ''Baking Impossible'', ''Haunted'', and ''Prank Encounters'' on Netflix. Documentary credits include the Emmy-nominated ''Hillary'' on Hulu, ''LFG'' on HBO Max, ''Notre Dame: Our Lady of Paris'' for ABC, and ''Untold'' for Netflix.
Job Overview: We are looking for a Development Coordinator to assist the SVP of Development, help manage the oversight of our unscripted slate of projects as well as contribute creatively to the development of new and existing projects. The position is full-time with flexible office/remote work options and the role can be based out of either Los Angeles or New York.
• Assist SVP of Development with administrative tasks including but not limited to scheduling, organization of materials (slate and creative), liaising between other staff and team members, taking notes on calls and pitches when required, ensuring buyer mandates are organized and up to date.
• Liaise with external partners and representatives such as agents, management companies, talent and other production companies.
• Source IP for both scripted and unscripted concepts.
• Ideate original concepts.
• Assist with the creation of development materials including treatments, decks, proposals, and scripts.
• Generate, maintain and organize lists associated with project packaging i.e. talent, director and writer lists.
• Forge relationships with buyers, producers, and writers to solicit and develop new projects.
• Collaborate with other department coordinators, assistants, and top tier executives.
• Evaluate and vet materials submitted by third party producers for viability.
• Conduct research on a variety of topics as it relates to creative development for specific show concepts.
Desired Skills and Experience:
• Undergraduate degree (Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science) preferred.
• Ability to communicate with and maintain professionalism among high level executives and high-profile individuals.
• Superior attention to detail, time management and organizational skills, strong work ethic, forward-thinking and proactive.
• Must demonstrate ability to perform tasks under tight deadlines, work independently and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook
• Ability to create decks and presentations in Power Point or Keynote is a plus.
• Knowledge of key players within the TV landscape including executives, producers, and creatives.
• A passion for both unscripted and scripted television is a must.
• Full Coverage - Medical, Vision, and Dental
• 401(k) with company match
• Life, Accidental, and LTD insurance
Our organization is an equal employment opportunity employer. We evaluate all employees and applicants on their qualifications, consistent with applicable state and federal laws, without regard to regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other protected characteristics. We will also provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.