The Company

Orchard is radically simplifying the way people buy and sell their homes. We’ve reimagined an experience that hasn’t changed in decades, making it simple, stress-free, and fair. For the average American, the home purchase and sale process takes months, creates anxiety, and is filled with uncertainty and hassle. Orchard allows homeowners to buy their next home before they sell, so they can avoid contingent offers, move in sooner, and avoid the pain points of home showings.

Headquartered in New York City and with offices in Austin, Denver and Atlanta, Orchard has over 200 employees and has grown 10x year over year. We have raised over $130 million in equity financing from top-tier investors including Revolution, Firstmark, Accomplice, Navitas and Juxtapose. Our investors have also backed the likes of Pinterest, AirBnb, Shopify and Sweetgreen.

About the Role

Orchard is looking for a Creative Producer to support the day-to-day creative needs of our marketing initiatives. The Creative Producer will be responsible for ensuring high-quality and on-time execution of all Orchard creative projects, including both large and small scale video and photo shoots, illustration & animation executions as well as other marketing campaigns. A key member of the Orchard creative team, you’ll work closely with the growth and brand teams to provide guidance and support in all phases of contract support, pre-production, production, and post-production.

What You’ll Do Here:

  • Oversee all creative production for Orchard
  • Ensure brand and growth creative projects are brought to life on time, within budget, and to the vision of the Director of Brand Design and executive team
  • Manage creative reviews, approvals, legal reviews, stakeholder meetings, and creative presentations
  • Work closely with key stakeholders from marketing and brand teams to prioritize creative projects, identify pain points, and gather feedback
  • Help manage third-party creative relationships, interfacing regularly with freelancers and creative agencies
  • Manage creative-related contracts, from new vendor MSAs/SOWs and purchase orders
  • Grow a roster of freelance talent, including photographers and videographer
  • Manage multiple projects and productions simultaneously
  • Ensure high quality of deliverables

We’d Love to Hear From You if You Have:

  • 4+ years in a creative operations, production, or similar project management role
  • Experience in video / animation production, and an understanding of the post-production workflow across live action, VFX, green screen, and animation
  • Experience working for a high-growth consumer brand
  • Clear and effective communication skills, both written and oral
  • Incredible organizational skills and attention to detail (from grammar to legal disclaimers)
  • A positive attitude, and a genuine love for working with creative teams
  • A love of process, and desire to improve them every day
  • The ability to work in a fast-paced environment, work under pressure, and juggle multiple projects at once
  • Basic knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite

Why Orchard

We're proud to be recognized by Inc. Magazine, Fast Company and Forbes as one of the best workplaces of 2020. We also have a 4.9 Glassdoor rating! Orchard is building the first one-stop-shop in real estate and we’re bringing together the most innovative professionals across real estate, business, marketing, technology and design. We also have some pretty great perks:

  • Equity participation
  • Flexible PTO
  • 10 weeks paid family leave
  • Employee discount on Orchard’s services

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