DC Entertainment seeks a Creative Executive for the TV Creative Affairs department.
Organizes notes on incoming scripts, treatments and proposals. Reviews proposals, outlines and scripts from Editorial as assigned by VP, Creative Affairs & Creative Services.
Writes, organizes and distributes notes to VP, Creative Affairs & Creative Services, Creative Affairs team and Franchise Management team on current usage and summaries of all current materials.
Acts as liaison with WBTV and Showrunners as DCs representative, to provide story and characters for use in future episodes.
Writes and develops outlines, character and concept summaries based on DC Comics properties for all DCE platforms with a focus on, but not limited to, live-action television.
Discusses and provides notes to Creative Team regarding character usage and makes recommendations for modification as appropriate.
Reviews scripts for designated television programs and film scripts that are in production as assigned to by the VP, Creative Affairs & Creative Services.
Ensures that Editorial projects and titles tied to film and television are reviewed by relevant DCE staff and assist in the resolution of any concerns that are raised.
Travel to set to supervise use of DC properties.
Performs other related duties as assigned (Office Tours, Image research for PR, etc.).
Bachelors degree strongly preferred.
Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in TV or Film field, preferably TV.
Platform specific acumen required (Film, TV).
Proficiency on MAC programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Photoshop required.
Effective and proven communications skills (written & verbal) are critical. Must have the ability to communicate with all levels of staff, Studio and Creative.
Experience with writing entertainment treatments/scripts/outlines/concept documents and providing notes on scripts required.
Experience with character story and property long-term planning required, must be a conceptual thinker.
Ability to creatively brainstorm characters and ideas, and create and develop written materials based on characters and concepts.
Proven and effective collaborative and relationship building skills.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment required. Must prioritize workload accordingly.
Deep Familiarity with current projects, DC characters and properties a plus.