- New York
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- Courtney Schaefer
A full-service video production & content strategy agency within a Fortune 500 multi-national tech company in NY, seeks a Post-Production Video Coordinator for 12+ months with 2+ years of experience as a video producer or associate producer for a brand, network/editorial provider, or agency.
- Work with an internal production team to organize an increasingly complex web of producers, videographers, and other crew members, on both commercial quality and documentary style productions
- Manage the day-to-day workflow of production logistics for a vast amount of content (everything from ten-second social videos to thirty minute documentaries) with a primary focus on organizing crew and schedules for 1-15 day global productions, and be hands on with building and managing budgets for these productions
- Be the hub between the in-house production team, producers, external vendors, and collaborators that touch a video during everything through the delivery of the drive
- Mount productions in the pipeline, while building systems and structures to better organize the production process and footage delivery
- Crucially, the coordinator will be the day-to-day point person for all crew needs, and the hub of communication from the office to the field
- Oversee the management of house gear and develop a system for gear-tracking and distribution
- The ideal candidate has 2+ years of experience working as a video producer or associate producer for a brand, network/editorial provider, or agency
- Production coordination experience is necessary, with experience managing a diverse range of content being shot worldwide.
- The ideal candidate will know the nuts and bolts of Sony and Canon gear, and be able to run 3-5 crews at a time across the globe
- A day’s tasks may include finding a fixer who speaks Bengali in Calcutta, securing permits in LA, and developing schedules for talent on commercial shoots.
- Must work at a fast pace and be able to handle multiple projects at once
- Hands-on experience with DIT and organizing footage is a MUST
- The ability to give clear and detailed direction across the production team is a must, as is the need to develop a strong relationship with the post-production coordinator.
- While the post-production coordinator won’t be tasked to edit full segments, basic Adobe Premiere skills are a plus (but not required)
One thing we know is that this client, as big as it is, is still setting the standard for not only the product they’re turning out, but for the way they conduct business.
Our client is the global leader in technology, with offices in many major cities. As different as those cities are, you can expect that the personality of each office is the same. Commonalities include bringing people together in the physical work space, outlets for creativity (outside work-related exercises), and a setup for brainstorming on the fly, whenever the opportunity strikes.
What they see in your resume, if you’re selected, is your ability to be an autonomous thinker, and a team player; someone focused, and driven to push the envelope who can also let down their guard and have fun with the team while doing it; someone who has the intellectual capacity to challenge even the most innovative thinkers without the hubris that tends to accompany it. No egos here!
Here, everyone is considered a project owner, and expected to give 100%, even when the path forward isn’t necessarily clear.
Work here, and know you’re working with a Forbes #1 rated company.
Work here, and know you’re setting the pace for digital products globally.
Work here, and find the challenge of your career!
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