Coordinator, Scheduling Administration

Work Locations: With the exception of some select roles that have in-office requirements, A+E Networks operates on a flexible model that allows for remote, hybrid or full time in office work (in certain locales).

Office locations include New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Stamford, CT.

Our list of eligible states in which employees may work remotely includes: California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

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Job Description

THE ROLE: Coordinator, Scheduling Administration

If you love television, creativity, strategy, are an innovator and troubleshooter, and most of all, enjoy working on a fast paced, well-coordinated team, this position may be for you.

As a member of A+E’s dynamic Global Content Sales and International division, this position plays a critical role in providing scheduling and administrative support for the GCS FAST Portfolio (Domestic + International) working closely with the GCS Programming Team (Editorial Strategy). A+E content is seen globally across streaming platforms such as Samsung, Roku, Hulu, Netflix, Amazon and more.


  • Act as primary team resource for the execution of FAST scheduling administrative tasks including entering information into scheduling system (PPL), trackers, and grids for our FAST portfolio of channels
  • Organize content lists, avails and programming information into programming tools and departmental folders
  • Support schedule changes, grid updates and email communications
  • Coordinate with the team on FAST scheduling grids and planners to be shared internally and externally as needed per client
  • Organize short form content lists
  • Support materials, folders and organization for the FAST team for international expansion
  • Update marketing grids with scheduling information from quarterly grids
  • Support team on connecting with IT with scheduling systems errors
  • Ad hoc GCS related support including international channels and sales requests


  • Minimum of 1-2 year of related experience in Television/Entertainment
  • Excellent writing, communication and organizational skills with a growth mindset
  • Strong PC skills including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint: facility to become proficient in PPL, Airtable, GPS, Tableau, Sharepoint, BOX
  • Prior scheduling experience both domestically and internationally is a plus
  • Can Do Spirit!


Hourly Pay Range: $25.25 – $32.73

Annual Incentive Target: 5%

The annual/hourly pay range displayed serves as a good faith estimate of the

minimum and maximum base pay range for this role. Compensation for the role will

be based on a number of different factors such as a candidate’s qualifications, skills,

competencies, location, and experience. A+E offers a competitive total compensation

package, which includes healthcare coverage, 401k matching, and a range of other benefits.