Talent Director Resume
Being a Talent Director can seems like a very exciting and entertaining job. But it is also very challenging and it requires a lot of time and effort. However, it can be a very rewarding and pleasant activity for those who like to work with people and have strong interpersonal competences.
Start your Talent Director Resume by mentioning your contact details such as full name, home address, telephone number and e-mail address. The next section of your Resume should contain your professional objective, that has to describe what position you are looking for and what skills and qualifications recommend you. Mention several personal skills as well as some competences you have gained in your experience as a Talent Director.
It is also very important to mention previous experiences as well as professional achievements. The last section should focus on your formal education and areas of interest.
Name: Melanie Gibson
Address: Flagler Avenue, Florida
Birth date: 21.02.1979
Marital Status: Married
Driver's License: B category, 1995
From my point of view, a Talent Director is responsible for conducting auditions and finding the most appropriate performers.
I am looking for a position as a Talent Director which will allow me to use my experience, perceptiveness and abilities in finding the suitable person for a specific show or activity.
Enthusiastic, driven and dynamic Talent Director, with excellent interpersonal skills and outstanding manners, I am eager to face new challenges and discover new talents.
Skills and qualifications
- Excellent oral and written communication skills;
- Creativity and innovation;
- Active listener;
- Reading comprehension;
- Negotiation skills and persuasion;
- Social perceptiveness;
- Enthusiastic and driven;
- Self motivated and dynamic;
- Able to speak in public and speech clarity;
- Able to memorize information;
- People oriented and problem solver.
Talent Director, South Florida Theatre, 2000-present
Duties and responsibilities
- Handling negotiations for contract agreements with performers and agencies;
- Providing scripts and information about auditions and casting requirements t
- all candidates;
- Handling communications outside the company, keep in touch with the public, customers, government and other relevant outside sources;
- Participating at events trying t
- identify new talent opportunities;
- Creating and implementing new applications, ideas and strategies;
- Solving problems;
- Interviewing performers and finding suitable jobs for them.
Duties and responsibilities
- Prepared auditions;
- Maintained files about all candidates, reviewed personal information including photos, voice and vide
- tapes and other materials;
- Established and maintained a good relationship between directors, actors and agents;
- Contacted agents and performers in order to announce an audition schedule or result.
Master's Degree in Fine Arts, Princeton University
Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources, Princeton University
Marketing Training Sessions
Achievements and affiliations
Implementing a successful recruiting strategy
Member of Association of Talent Agents (ATA)
Areas of interest
Emma Fannett, Talent Director at Florida Theatre