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Creative Affairs Scripted Development Executive

Entertainment One

Posted Mar 8 - Toronto

Creative Affairs Executive, eOne Television

Based at eOneís Headquarters in Toronto, the Creative Affairs Executive will play a key role in the continued growth of scripted programming by taking a proactive role in identifying, evaluating, optioning and developing scripted content.


Generating original series ideas and seeking Intellectual Property (IP)
Evaluating new submissions
Fostering relationships within the creative community (in Canada and abroad)
Preparing creative notes on projects as needed to ensure quality and timeliness of delivery
Shepherding selected development projects throughout the optioning, packaging, and sales processes with the goal of a production greenlight
Managing ongoing relationships with content creators, writers and their representatives, as well as with broadcasters
Attending festivals, conferences, cultural and industry events and building knowledge of buyer trends and new talent

Key Competencies

Strong working relationships with agents and broadcasters
At least 4 years of cumulative scripted development experience at a broadcaster and/or television production company
Expansive knowledge of writers with ability to fill open writing assignments
Strong familiarity with the television marketplace and ability to sell to the current marketplace
Ability to read, evaluate and provide helpful creator-focused feedback on series pitches, outlines and scripts
Demonstrated ability to independently shepherd the development of a project from idea/IP to script
Outstanding collaborative, interpersonal, and communication skills
Strong presentation skills and the ability to pitch creative
Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage a slate of projects at different phases of development
Bachelorís degree in relevant field
Computer literacy and social media savvy

If interested please submit your resume to Sean Stewart at sstewart@entonegroup.com.
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