Applicants should email a cover letter and resume to the Human Resources Department of the Writers Guild.
WGAW is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage qualified people with diverse backgrounds to apply.
The WGAW does not employ members of the WGAW or Writers Guild of America East.
Agency Coordinator II
Under the supervision of the Director of the Agency Department, the Agency Coordinator II provides professional and administrative support to the Agency Department.
Agency Specialist I
Under the supervision of the Director of the Agency Department, the Agency Specialist I enforces talent agency compliance with the Franchise Agreement; advocates for the Guild and Guild members in agency-related matters; investigates potential MBA violations, including unpaid-compensation and late-pay matters, with agency-provided information; counsels Guild members as to their obligations under Guild Working Rules and their rights under the MBA and the Franchise Agreement; and provides professional support for other Agency Department initiatives.
Under the general supervision of the Senior Director of Contracts, the Contracts Counsel oversees key programs within the Contracts Department in addition to performing investigations, enforcing Guild agreements, and providing contracts expertise to other Guild departments.
Research and Policy Analyst
The Research & Public Analyst position provides research and analysis to support organizing, contract negotiations, enforcement, public policy, and general Guild strategy. The department’s recent work includes extensive corporate campaign activities and other supportive research in the course of the 2023 WGA strike, opposing media consolidation, advocacy on artificial intelligence policy, and supporting other Guild campaigns.