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Manager, Talent Division

Curtis Brown is one of the world's leading literary and talent agencies, representing actors, presenters, authors, playwrights, film and television writers and directors and theatre directors.

A very exciting opportunity has arisen for a full time Manager to join our Talent Division. This role would suit an ex-Agent or someone with an extensive background in the creative industries who can work at a senior level, demonstrate management experience and has the necessary gravitas for the role. 

This role will work alongside our Talent Management, Communications and HR teams to deal with all operational matters for the smooth running of our Talent Division. Our ideal candidate can successfully drive initiatives, develop creative ideas to resolve issues and network effectively.

We aim to build a creative environment that celebrates the differences of our clients and colleagues, offering equal opportunities regardless of gender, race, socio-economic background, age, disability, sexual orientation and national origin. We welcome all applications from people with interesting ideas, skills and experience.

Please let us know if you require any reasonable adjustments during the interview process.

We offer an attractive benefits package and competitive salary which will be commensurate with experience.

Starting Date: Dependent on whether a notice period is required

To apply: please email a cover letter and a copy of your CV to Natalie Longden, Group HR Director at grouphr@curtisbrowngroup.co.uk

If you would like further information about the role, please contact us at grouphr@curtisbrowngroup.co.uk


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2 x Assistants to Talent Agent (Actors)
Markham, Froggatt & Irwin

Markham, Froggatt & Irwin is a London based talent agency, representing actors for Film, Television, Theatre and their commercial endeavours, both in the UK and abroad. We are a close-knit and collaborative team of 11 people, and a part of The Curtis Brown Group.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for two Agent’s Assistants to support one of our Senior Talent Agents.

We are looking for one experienced Assistant, with a minimum of 2-3 years’ experience working within a Talent or Casting Agency.

We are also looking for a second Assistant. The ideal candidate for this role will have had some previous experience working in a related role within the creative industries.

Both roles centre around delivering excellent client care and systems administration to maximise success for clients, provide best possible service to production and publicity partners, support the development of the Agent’s Office, and build loyalty to our brand. The roles involve handling the administration of a busy office and providing first class assistance to the Agent.

The two Assistants will work closely alongside each other, as well as contributing to the rest of the close-knit team.

Whilst we are looking for varying levels of experience for these roles, it is essential for both candidates to have excellent communication skills, great attention to detail, and a passion and enthusiasm for film, theatre and television. These roles present the ideal opportunity for someone excited by the challenge of working for a busy office and the skill set to adapt, learn and assist efficiently and enthusiastically.

Download the full job descriptions here:                                                                    

Experienced Assistant to Talent Agent >>                                                           

Assistant to Talent Agent >>                                                                                  


Why choose us?

We are a passionate group of people who love what we do and love working with each other.

We offer an extensive list of benefits designed to meet your needs for today and in the future, including: free yoga and personal training classes, many health and wellbeing tools and resources, eyecare vouchers, a bike to work scheme, season ticket loans, private healthcare (after 2 years’ service), a retail discounts portal, various employee groups to get involved in, and much more!

We aim to build a creative environment that celebrates the differences of our clients and colleagues, offering equal opportunities regardless of gender, race,
socio-economic background, age, disability, sexual orientation and national origin.   In our role as conduits and champions of cultural expression we are conscious of our responsibility to reflect the world around us. This means making a considered effort to create an inclusive culture in the workplace and promote opportunities for the broadest possible range of talent.  We welcome all applications from people with interesting ideas, skills and experience.

Please let us know if you require any reasonable adjustments during the interview
process.

We offer an attractive benefits package and competitive salary which will be commensurate with experience.

Start date: As soon as possible 

To apply, send your CV with a covering letter to jobs@markhamfroggattirwin.com. Please make sure you put ‘Experienced Assistant to Talent Agent’ or ‘Assistant to Talent Agent’ in the subject line of your email, depending on which position you are applying for.

The closing date for applications is 9am Monday 31st January 2022.


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Assistant to Literary Agents

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an assistant to join our Books Department, working across two dynamic offices – the office of Cathryn Summerhayes 3 days a week, and the office of Steph Thwaites 2 days a week.

This role involves providing proactive and efficient support to busy offices, working closely alongside two Associate Agents to help provide the best possible service to current and potential literary clients and publishing partners.

We are looking for an assistant with excellent communication skills, time management skills, and great attention to detail. The ideal candidate will have a
demonstrable editorial interest and love of reading, be highly motivated, and have a love for creative and collaborative teamwork. Whilst some experience working in a related role, either in the publishing industry or an adjacent cultural sector, would be beneficial, we will provide the relevant training and support.

An interest and/or familiarity in adult fiction and non-fiction and knowledge/interest in children’s books would also be desirable but not a necessity.

This role gives an ideal opportunity for an assistant to use their excellent administrative skills to discover more about publishing, build knowledge and contacts within the industry and work with an incredible list of authors and colleagues.

Please note this role is currently based on a hybrid working pattern which involves a mix of working from home and from our central London offices. This is envisaged to continue in the medium term, but is subject to ongoing review.

Why choose us?

We are a passionate group of people who love what we do and love working with each other. 

We offer an extensive list of benefits designed to meet your needs for today and in the future, including: free yoga and personal training classes, many health and wellbeing tools and resources, eyecare vouchers, a bike to work scheme, season ticket loans, private healthcare (after 2 years’ service), a retail discounts portal, various employee groups to get involved in, and much more!

We aim to build a creative environment that celebrates the differences of our clients and colleagues, offering equal opportunities regardless of gender, race,
socio-economic background, age, disability, sexual orientation and national origin.   In our role as conduits and champions of cultural expression we are conscious of our responsibility to reflect the world around us. This means making a considered effort to create an inclusive culture in the workplace and promote opportunities for the broadest possible range of talent.  We welcome all applications from people with interesting ideas, skills and experience.

Please let us know if you require any reasonable adjustments during the interview
process.

Salary range: £24,000 - £25,000 per annum                                                             

Download the job description here >>

To apply, send your CV with a covering letter to jobs@curtisbrown.co.uk. Please
make sure you put ‘Assistant to 2 Literary Agents’ in the subject line of your email.

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 26th January 2022.

Start Date: 1st March 2022  



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Due to the high volume of applications we receive for all our vacancies, regretfully we cannot always reply personally to everyone who applies, or provide feedback on individual applications.  If your application to a recent job vacancy has been successful, then you will usually hear from us within 2 to 3 weeks of the closing date. ​


You must be a minimum of 18 years-old to apply for a role with us.

RIGHT TO WORK IN THE UK: All applicants for any vacancies advertised (this includes our internship schemes) must already have the right to work in the UK. If you have a work visa, then there must be at least two years remaining on your visa.


We aim to build a creative environment that celebrates the differences of our clients and colleagues, offering equal opportunities regardless of gender, race, socio-economic background, age, disability, sexual orientation and national origin.   In our role as conduits and champions of cultural expression we are conscious of our responsibility to reflect the world around us. This means making a considered effort to create an inclusive culture in the workplace and promote opportunities for the broadest possible range of talent.  We welcome all applications from people with interesting ideas, skills and experience.