Job Title: Senior Creative Producer

About Bombas:

Bombas is a comfort focused apparel brand with a mission to help those in need. The company launched in 2013, after the founders learned that socks are the #1 most requested clothing item at homeless shelters. From there, they set out to solve that problem, donating a pair of socks for every pair they sell. How do you donate a lot of socks? You sell a lot. And how do you sell a lot? You make the most comfortable socks in the history of feet. Millions of pairs sold and donated later, Bombas is continuing to innovate with new socks and apparel while creating a positive impact on the community where we all work and live.

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The word Bombas is derived from the Latin word for bumblebees. Bees work together to make their hive a better place. At Bombas, we’re inspired by that. We know it’s the collective efforts of our team that keeps the Hive alive and strong - a team that is diverse and inclusive. Different perspectives strengthen our ability to make the most comfortable versions of the products people wear closest to their bodies every day and to serve the communities where we all work and live. We are committed to continuously building a Hive where all are welcomed, seen, and heard regardless of age, color, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, genetics, physical or mental ability, protected veteran, status, race, religion and sexual orientation. As a team, we will strive to create room for different experiences and empower all voices

Based on the specific needs and job requirements, this role will be working out of our Bombas HQ in New York City.

About the Job:

Bombas is seeking a Senior Creative Producer to join our passionate Creative Services Team. The Senior Creative Producer is responsible for planning and producing seasonal and campaign based photoshoots, leveraging both external agency partners and internal resources.

The ideal candidate loves to work collaboratively with various team members and external vendors. The ideal candidate must have an interest and passion for working alongside creative teams, taking inputs and direction to bring creative shoots to life. Candidates must have a roll-up-your-sleeve attitude, be highly motivated, process-oriented, extremely organized and able to execute both effectively and efficiently, in a fast paced environment.  Candidates must have a clear understanding of set etiquette, terminology and a robust rolodex of New York City based production vendors, including but not limited to: photographers, videographers, hair and makeup artists, prop stylists, casting directors and more.

The Senior Creative Producer will report into the Director of Production and work collaboratively with the internal Creative Department to produce high quality work at every stage of the production life cycle. 

What you’ll be responsible for:

  • Produce 2-4 large scale seasonal photoshoots per year; working collaboratively with the creative department and the Director of Production.
      • Pre-Pro:
        • Work with Project Managers on timelines, schedules, shotlists
        • Work with Director of Production on hiring all talent, crew, securing location, managing all legal contracts, maintaining shoot budgets and upfront budget and contract negotiations.
        • Work with Creative Team on putting together creative decks, including any requested revisions and presenting options to align with production budgets
        • Work with the asset management team to ensure samples are organized and ready for shoots
        • Lead exploratory calls with creative vendors to go through creative decks and request treatments
      • On Set
        • Act as the lead/ point person for all internal and external teams
        • Ensure productions run smoothly, maintaining callsheets, timelines, shotlists, external caterers and more
        • Manage the timelines on set to ensure all shots are completed
      • Post- Production:
        • Reconcile all shoot budgets
        • Lead and support post-production timelines
        • Ensure photographer and model usage rights are communicated to Digital Asset Manager
        • Ensure final assets are properly shared out with relevant teams
        • Support physical sample receiving and organization after a shoot

What we’ll love about you:

  • You are passionate about diversity and inclusion and prioritize a diverse set for all of your productions. You ensure to consider this value when hiring vendors to partner with us for all of your productions 
  • You are able to proactively problem solve while remaining calm under pressure
  • You enjoy working closely with the creative team, ensuring they feel supported throughout producing their creative vision
  • You have excellent written and verbal communication skills with both internal team members, cross-functional collaborators and external vendors
  • You are meticulously organized 
  • You are a great communicator- with the ability to speak calmly and respectfully while conveying important information
  • You maintain a positive and upbeat attitude and bring solutions to problems
  • You are a team player and happy to help out wherever needed on the production team
  • You take initiative in all aspects of your job and are driven to always bee better 
  • You have a can-do attitude, and are happy to pitch in no matter what size the task
  • You have experience and an interest in producing video for social media
  • You are open to receiving and giving feedback
  • You believe in our mission and understand the importance of giving back
  • You are inquisitive, love to learn, embrace failure, and never give up
  • You are comfortable working in an open office environment while staying focused

What you’ll love about us:

  • We are a team of smart, interesting, diverse, funny, and loving people.
  • We offer competitive compensation, employer paid health, medical and dental benefits, 401k with match, paid parental leave, snacks, socks and a fun, relaxed office environment.
  • We take the responsibility to make sure you are excited, happy, and find fulfillment in your work very seriously.
  • We value fun. This is why we host office lunches, offsite team outings and company retreats.
  • We believe in giving back to the community and helping those in need, which is why we volunteer as a team regularly.
  • We believe success comes from the collective effort of all, which is why all full-time employees receive equity in the business.
  • We offer flexible paid time off for all full-time employees. This includes unlimited vacation, sick days, and wellness days because we understand the value of health, relaxation, spending time with friends and family, and traveling the world.
  • We believe a healthy body equals a healthy mind, so we offer a $100 monthly health and wellness reimbursement.

What you’ll bring:

  • 5-8 years of production experience
  • Extensive experience producing both photo and video shoots

If you require reasonable accommodation in completing this application, interviewing, completing any employment testing, or otherwise participating in this hiring process, please direct your inquiries to our Director of Talent Acquisition at Only requests related to accommodations will be responded to.

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