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Production Co-Ordinator

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Our client is a major broadcaster with a renowned reputation for drama, creativity and entertainment … a major name in the industry that continues to dominate television screens for the great catalogue of programmes it brings. As they continue to be a massive brand both on screen and off screen, they are always looking to continuously grow their team and are on the look out for a Production Co-Ordinator on a freelance & permanent basis to join the brand and be an ambassador for everything that is great about the work they do.

Reporting directly in to Production manager working within the creative team, you will be responsible for dealing with and managing the creative output of content on their UK channels, feed and international clusters. As the Production Co-ordinator, you will work alongside and liaise with the production manager to interpret projects and productions for the creative team from initial concept through to final completion. You will have the joy of ensuring budget, schedule and creative requirements are all met and that end production delivers amazing success.

From booking voiceovers to producing high profile shoots, this is a role that requires strong multi-tasking abilities alongside a hands on approach and a personable attitude. As this is a role working with some extremely ninja like creatives and with channels, you should be used to coming up with or suggesting flexible ways of working in order to keep ideas fresh and new within the team. Although the role will rely mainly on your organisational, planning and admin skills, there will be a lot of chance to be involved with talent from reality shows and be of assistance to them so if the thought of mixing it with some big personalities, this could be the one for you!

This is a role, which could lead to progression and greater responsibility dependent on how you are as an individual both personally and professionally but with an extremely creative and friendly place to work with projects a plenty, it provides you with excellent opportunity to thrive and make it your own.

** For freelance opportunities, they are paying up to £160 per day
** For permanent opportunities, they are paying up to £30k

Must haves

• Previous experience as a Production Co-Ordinator, preferably in on-air environments or commercials
• Proven television production management experience
• Strong admin and organisational skill
• Knowledge of shoot prep admin
• Ability to budget and forecast accurately to draw up all kinds of filming budgets from small location to large studio
• Knowledge of cameras and equipment
• Experience of post production, graphics and genres of filming
• Ability to draw up risk assessments and knowledge of health and safety

If this sounds like something you'd be interested in, please email with your updated CV.

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