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Associate Producer

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Job details:

This is a fantastic opportunity for a creative individual to join a very talented team – planning, co-ordinating and taking control of the scheduling and delivery of Higher Education (HE) video projects at RV – you will be the backbone of the HE Video Production team and will be involved in every project.

Our showreel will give you a flavour of the kind of engaging video content we’re currently producing, however, at RV we are constantly trying to push the envelope, every year our clients trust us more and more, they provide greater budgets and increasingly rely on our creative ability.

Typical route of progression would be promotion to Senior Associate Producer and then Producer/Director.

Role responsibilities

Your Role

When a Higher Education video or animation project is converted by our Client Services team it gets passed over to you. From this point onwards you will have full contact with the project right up to the point where the assets are delivered to the client.

You will start by assigning a Producer to the project and finalising (you will often have produced the Gantt chart for the Client Services team as part of their quoting process) the Gantt chart. You will work with our Studio Manager to book the correct internal team member resource for the project and you will book freelancers when required for location work.

Once resource is allocated you will liaise with the client and book suitable dates for the Producer to attend the Discovery (kick-off) meeting and the shoot. You will create the project schedule and call sheet; book the hotels and transport and co-ordinate pre-project calls between the client, the Producer and yourself.

After the video has been shot, you will support the Producer during the post-production phase and often work with the Studio Manager and the Editor, to clarify various elements of the video edit. For the right candidate there will be opportunity to offer creative input, when experience suggests this will add value to the project.

During the pre and post production stages there will often be project scope changes, you will agree changes with the client (with advice from the Producer) and be able to use our system to log how such scope changes effect the budget, this ensures all scope changes are in one place ready for when you create the final invoice.

You will then deliver version 1 of the video to the client and help to collate feedback. You will liaise with the Producer, Editor and/or Motion Designer on amendments – working closely with the Studio Manager along the way when resources time-frames need adjusting.

Once the 2nd and 3rd rounds of feedback and amends are complete, you will deliver the final video to the client along with the invoice and inform Client Services that the client is now ready for the post-project debrief. Project finished!

Person specification

Job Tasks & General Outlook

- Produce project gantt charts.
- Liaise with RV Studio Manager and client when booking team resource.
- Book location work freelancers when required.
- Book call, meeting and shoot dates with client.
- Create location shoot schedule, book hotels and arrange transport logistics.
- Book any required equipment rentals.
- Discuss scope changes with Producer and client, logging all budget/scope changes in the system, ready for when you create the final invoice.
- Liaise with Producer, Studio Manager and Post-production team with regards to client updates and amends during the post-production phase of a project.
- Constant and consistent liaison with client throughout an entire project, from concept to completion.
- Traffic management – planning the time and resource of team members required to complete your projects.
- Put out casting calls and liaise with actors.

Skills & experience

Key Skills & Experience

- Must have – at least two years of experience working in a similar capacity as required of this role.
- Must have – previous experience working within a digital agency or video production company is essential.
- Must have – proven experience of delivering multiple projects within tight time-frames.
- Desirable – a background in camera operating and/or editing.
- Desirable – experience of working in a digital agency that employs 20 or more staff.
- Ability to manage many tasks at once, re-prioritising where necessary and working in a logical manner.
- You like things to be done efficiently and enjoy making contributions to that effect.
- A great communicator. If you need help you ask. You appreciate how essential it is to communicate with team members and you are able to work under your own autonomy.
Degree: Key Skills & Experience

- Very articulate – you speak clearly and confidently when on the phone.
- An excellent grasp of written English and you can confidently and quickly structure a well worded, perfectly spelt and grammatically correct email.
- Eagerness to learn, improve and contribute to the success of our business.
- You will have experience of using Microsoft office, it will be favourable if you have a working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite package.
- Excellent attention to detail and the ability to follow a set of instructions – this is essential.
- Non-smoking applicants are preferred as we can’t accommodate smoking breaks.

To achieve the upper-level of the salary range you must provide evidence that you have exceeded each of the key skills required.

If you don’t have the relevant experience and require further training/time to reach the required skill level, then this will be reflected in the salary offered.

Strictly no agencies

Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire
Salary: £22,000 - £25,000
Closing date: Closed Wed 27-Jun-2018
Job ref: GY/52316/Revolution Viewing
Eligibility: Candidates must, by the start of their employment, have permission to work in the UK

Employer information:

Revolution Viewing LTD

Revolution Viewing is a leading creative digital agency that produces world-class solutions. We are a team of 35 people and operate as niche specialists at the top of our game; this is why over 80 UK universities and some of the UK’s largest home-builders keep coming back for more!

This vacancy has now closed.