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1. To support the script department and advise on all continuity related issues, giving clear and concise notes
2. To provide support to the Script Producer as necessary
1. Throughout the production ensure that all episodes are checked for continuity and to advise Script Editors accordingly
2. To ensure the consistent treatment of established characters within storylines and episodes
3. To compile trails to highlight story problems
4. To write and distribute bullets from story documents and scripts
5. To assist in issuing script amendments
6. To cover for the Script Editor in their absence, under the guidance of the Script Producer
7. To assist in writing Episode Billings
8. To generate creative ideas and long term story ideas
9. To attend monthly Commissioning Meetings and to contribute where necessary
10. To support the Script Producer where necessary
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE
1. A drama understanding with practical experience of television production techniques and an informed interest in drama production specifically
2. Experience of script reading and writing script reports with an ability to demonstrate sound editorial judgement and sensitivity, both verbally and on paper
3. An enthusiasm and interest in popular entertainment.
4. An understanding of and the ability to interpret editorial intentions, and to contribute to the generation of ideas and the resolution of script problems
5. Experience of establishing and maintaining office and administration systems
6. Experience of handling confidential and/or controversial information with tact and sensitivity.
7. An understanding of copyright law, Writers Guild agreements, contracts and the legal implications of the production process.
8. An awareness of the financial consequences of editorial decisions.
1. Interpersonal and communication skills sufficient to establish and maintain good working relations with a wide range of contacts.
2. The ability to display tact and sensitivity when dealing with Script Editors and Writers.
3. Resilience and stamina to sustain performance when under pressure from tight schedules. You’ll be proactive, self sufficient and able to trust your own instincts.
4. The ability to work as part of a team.
5. The ability to keep abreast of professional, technological and working practice changes.
Script Editor job description