Video Production Manager

San Francisco, CA

Do you thrive on the challenge of making an indie brand famous? Do you want to be part of a company that’s a true innovator in its space? And do you think the skincare and dermatology industry are in need of a makeover? Join the team at Curology! We have a revolutionary approach to prescribing custom skincare that actually works, thanks to our in-house dermatologists and our outside-the-box marketing team.

As a Video Production Manager, you’ll be working alongside a thriving creative team to create and deliver novel creative concepts for marketing, product and many more.  You’ll have the opportunity to immediately turn strategic problem-solving into hands-on execution and see results in days and weeks – not months and years.


  • Already bringing a detailed understanding of the creative process of concepting videos and bringing those concepts to life
  • Familiar with pre-production, production and post-production processes and workflow for video
  • Easily able to coordinate several projects simultaneously
  • Able to understand the needs of a team with diverse backgrounds and experience and adapt your working style and process to a startup environment
  • Organized and relentless in making things run on-time and on-budget
  • Familiar with production budgets and how to make every dollar stretch further
  • Comfortable in pushing the team to meet deadlines
  • Always an advocate for good meeting practices and knowledge sharing methods


  • Own the workflow (from conception to post production) and project planning for our growing in-house video team
  • Manage short- and long-term planning for the video team in collaboration with the video team lead
  • Act as the producer for video projects large and small - often multiple projects in parallel
  • Help us find the best way to enable the creativity in our workflow while managing to timelines and budgets
  • Prioritize the planned video projects and work with the team to find creative solutions to manage project scope in order to balance the desired projects and available resources
  • Help reinvent how the video team works and it collaborates with other teams, as we are growing as a team and company - in the process ensure we work on the most important priorities and are executing them as efficiently as possible
  • Figure out the biggest impediments to growing the video team and help us remove any roadblocks
  • Closely collaborate with multiple teams across Curology and wear many hats


  • A Bachelor’s degree
  • 2-5 years of experience in video production or similar fields
  • Experience managing video productions with small and large crews and budgets of all ranges
  • A relentless drive to always improve things
  • A thorough understanding of file structures and project organization

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