Giant Spoon is looking for an Integrated Producer who can lead, manage small to big projects. Candidates must have passion for creative advertising, driven to create content and manage best-in-industry experiences for any medium. In this role, you will be focused on producing integrated projects geared to deliver video, stills and innovative ideas. Knowledge of social and video production is a must. Digital interactive (websites, banners, game development), photography, video editing skills on small projects is a plus.

This person must be organized, solution-oriented, able to stay calm under pressure and flexible enough to adapt to ever-changing project demands.Traits and expertise such as strong leadership, project management, communication skills, and attention to detail are critical to the success of this position. 


  • Manage and project manage internal production resources
  • Strong project management skills is a must
  • Build and manage budgets, ensuring projects come in on budget and on spec 
  • Vet ideas to ensure they are feasible and within budget
  • Collaborate closely in a team environment throughout the process and problem solve 
  • Work with the account team to manage client expectations, helping educate and present production elements as needed
  • Lead with clear and consistent communication internally as well as with vendors and clients
  • Play a role in the conceptual, creative and strategic development of projects
  • Oversee the production plan, scope, and budget for all project deliverables across all projects
  • Work with creative teams to provide insight during the ideation process in production capabilities and solutions
  • Stay abreast of best-in-class partners, know what their strengths and skills sets are and maintain positive relationships
  • Present best partner options for the project to the creative teams
  • Stay current in new technologies and media in order to be a proactive, creative problem solver


  • 4+ years of experience as a producer, editor or equivalent
  • Strong understanding of the creative process and ability to lead creative thinking and execution
  • A proven track record in developing good working relationships within the agency and with vendors
  • Knowledge of best in class production partners, directors, photographers, innovators, editors, music companies and post companies
  • Manage project financials to track status against budget and scope.
  • Knowledge and understanding of media technologies and social
  • Ability to solve problems quickly and adapt to changing project environments
  • Expert knowledge of project planning (goals, budgets and schedules)
  • An independent work ethic and drive
  • Strong organizational, communication and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to keep calm in stressful situations

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