Overview

We are looking for a creative, proactive and organized Creative Producer to manage the end-to-end production of Glossier’s photo/video content and assets for use across our various channels: organic and paid social/digital, website, etc. This role involves managing photo and video shoots throughout the production cycle —partnering closely with the Art Director and other creative leads, and working with various cross-functional teams and stakeholders to ensure the smooth and timely execution of all creative assets.

Our in-house Creative team is responsible for a range of content -- from Glossier’s brand voice and messaging, retail/experiential production, to product and packaging design for each of our products. The role will report into the Head of Creative Operations & Production.

Responsibilities

You will oversee the end-to-end planning and project management of photo and video shoot production (product photography; campaign/talent shoots for digital, paid social) and will be responsible for all shoot-related processes and deliverables.

A snapshot of your day-to-day: 

  • General 
    • Own the build and implementation of various processes and workflows to better streamline the photo/video production process, working closely with cross-functional stakeholders and the Head of Creative Ops to do so
    • Develop and update a roster of creative services (i.e. talent, photographers, video editors, makeup artists, etc.)
    • Own project-by-project budgets and resource allocation
  • Pre-Production 
    • Manage all communication, timelines, budgets, check-ins/meetings associated with shoot
    • Work closely with the Art Director and cross-functional stakeholders to develop a shoot plan and comprehensive shot list
    • Manage the sourcing and hiring of all Creative Services
    • Manage the negotiation and finalization of all Creative Services agreements
  • Production
    • Oversee day of shoot, ensuring all necessary elements are going according to plan.
    • Oversee timeline, shot list integrity, studio, crew and talent needs allowing art director and other creators to focus on execution of content
  • Post-Production
    • Manage post-production timelines, ensure timely delivery of creative content
    • Manage invoice and expense payments process

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • 4+ years of relevant work experience (start-up environment experience a plus)
  • Photo and video production background, deep familiarity with production across digital/social media platforms
  • Demonstrated organizational and project management skills a must, with strong attention to detail and a knack for follow through
  • Must be proactive with strong initiative, able to anticipate need and adapt to situations as they arise
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with proven experience in building long-term, productive relationships with peers and candidates
  • Proven experience in building long-term, productive relationships with peers and candidates
  • An established network of creative services (photographers, DPs, makeup artists, stylists, etc.)
  • Proficient in Google Suite and Microsoft Office
  • Must be a team player with strong analytical, negotiating and communicate skills
  • A creative aptitude & appreciation with a strong grasp of the Glossier brand

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with task/timeline management tools: Asana, Basecamp, etc.
  • Experience with traditional TV/commercial video production
  • Experience with art direction and/or content ideation and concepting

About Glossier

Glossier is a beauty company that lives in NYC, is sold on the internet, and promotes a skincare-first philosophy that celebrates beauty in real life.

 

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