HBO Senior Counsel - Labor Relations
Senior Counsel – Labor Relations
The job responsibilities include managing the company’s relationships with the entertainment industry unions, including WGA, DGA, SAG/AFTRA, IATSE, Teamsters, etc., as well as the corresponding unions for foreign productions. The position will participate in negotiating, interpreting and analyzing the guild and union agreements, handling disputes that arise under them, as well as in formulating the company’s labor relations policies. Work on all phases of made-for-pay television live action and animated programs, including development, pre-production, production, post-production, promotion and distribution. The position will interface with in-house production, post-production, legal, business affairs, finance and marketing executives, as well as working with outside producers.
The ideal candidate will have at least five to eight years of labor/industrial relations experience with a major law firm, entertainment company or the NLRB.
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