Post - Production Coordinator

New York
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Ryan Stipes

Job Description:


Production Coordinator for a small, fast-paced video production team that puts out a tremendous amount of content for The Company's brands.

The individual must have extensive video production experience and be able to manage all crew and coordination for simultaneous global productions.

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.


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • 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 10-second social videos to 30-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, and 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 as the Project scales.
  • 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.




  • 2-3 years experience working as a video producer or associate producer for a brand, network/editorial provider, or agency.
  • Production coordination experience
  • Experience managing a diverse range of content being shot worldwide.
  • Know the nuts and bolts of Sony and Canon gear
  • Ability to run 3-5 crews at a time across the globe.
  • 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.
  • Ability to give clear and detailed direction across the production team
  • A need to develop a strong relationship with the post-production coordinator.



  • While the production coordinator won’t be tasked to shoot or edit full segments, basic Adobe Premiere and camera operation skills are a plus (but not required).