Foreign Rights Assistant
United Agents is looking for a full-time assistant to the Foreign Rights Director in the Books department of the Agency where they represent many prize-winning adult and children’s authors. They will provide general administrative support, including processing contracts, tax forms, raising invoices and preparing rights lists and other sales material. Previous experience would be helpful but isn’t necessary. This is a great entry-level opportunity for a career in the publishing industry. The ideal candidate will have a keen eye for detail, be confident in handling a wide range of administrative tasks, and will enjoy being part of a busy team of five people.
Please send CV and covering email with BOOKS in the subject header to firstname.lastname@example.org
Agent’s Assistant – Technicians Department
We’re currently recruiting an assistant for an Agent in our Technicians department. The successful candidate will have experience of working in talent management or in production with a strong interest in all aspects of the business. The role will need someone who can multi-task in all areas of talent management including dealing with clients and producers, as well as processing contracts, raising invoices and maintaining the smooth running of the office.
We require a friendly and calm individual with exceptional organisational, written and verbal skills, a good knowledge of film, television here and internationally, a can-do attitude and brilliant interpersonal skills in dealing with talent and who is comfortable using MS Office. Attention to detail is also key.
Please send CV and covering email with TECHNICIANS in the subject header to email@example.com
We do not accept applications or enquiries by telephone or requests for feedback.
We offer a year-long internship in the role as an office runner, which we advertise as and when the position is available. Our intention is that the internship is properly structured with the intern spending a fortnight in each department to really get to understand how they operate before working company-wide.
We also set up meetings with an agent in each department so by the time the initial 10 week period is complete our Interns have a clear understanding of artist management and what it means to be an agent. They then have the opportunity to put what they've learnt into practice. It is a paid role which is commensurate with other entry-level jobs in the industry.
Because the number of applications we receive far outweighs the number of places, we are only able to accept them during a specific period of recruitment, which is advertised here and on the PMA website. We are unable to predict when that will be as often our interns secure permanent positions before the end of their contract. Please do not submit CVs outside of that time, as they will not be considered.
We no longer offer ad hoc work experience placements, instead focusing on our Intern Scheme, detailed above.
We do not accept applications or inquiries by telephone or requests for feedback.