Who We Are:
Our singular mission is to help people feel better naturally. We believe that when people feel better, they’re freer to do what moves them. We’re committed to continuous innovation and surround ourselves with specialists, thought leaders, and experts - inside and outside of the office.
We’re dedicated to leading the tech wellness industry, and that starts with our employees. If you thrive in creative environments, are concerned with big, innovative ideas, love to collaborate, have an entrepreneurial spirit, and are driven to succeed, get in touch with us. Together we can push the limits of what can be achieved for everybody.
 
Who We’re Looking For:
Therabody is seeking a UK-based, Production Operations Manager to focus on the key content development projects for Therabody, Therabody Sports and Therabody University in EMEA, driving the strategy alignment on production-led initiatives including, but not limited to, long and short form brand content, educational training, and athlete ambassador content development. Our ideal partner can execute, schedule, track, and communicate with efficiency and ease. This individual should also have the confidence to problem solve, flag challenges and elevate to
senior leadership as needed as projects move through to completion. This is a role where you will lead and see projects through from concept to completion.
 
Key Responsibilities
  • Work closely with the Los Angeles based Production Operations team and UK-based Marketing lead to determine optimal schedules, workflow and deliverables on all UK-based projects.
  • Interface with key departments and senior leadership on all strategic projects and development.
  • Maintain and assist in creating the overall schedule and micro schedules; track, flag, analyse progress, and reschedule as needed
  • Facilitate communication to the crew, broader Therabody team and show leadership through weekly progress reports, workflow support, and daily updates
  • Support departments with problem solving, anticipating needs and concerns, and providing solutions
  • Manage production budgets, track expenses, and forecast needs
  • Managing several different projects surrounding branded content leading a team of existing creative professionals
  • Ensure that all projects are completed on time and within budget
  • Responsible for identifying talent and crew members needed for each project
  • Facilitate communications between all departments in the company to ensure everyone is working toward similar goals and any roadblocks are addressed.
  • Management of vendor schedules, budgets and relationships
  • Stay up-to-date with trending topics and trends in creative content
  • Have a rolodex of content creation vendors and partners
  • Support day-to-day requests across varying stakeholders
  • Create, distribute and archive project assets and documents
The Right Person Would Have
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience in a related field(s)
  • 5+ years of Production Experience
  • Experience executing campaigns
  • Experience with strategy and execution on various creative projects
  • Ability to work autonomously in an extremely fast-paced environments
  • A deep appreciation for the creative process and able to be “in the weeds” with their creative team while on assignments
  • An ability to be scrappy, you can produce great content with tight deadlines and budgets
  • Excellent communication (written, oral, interpersonal) and grammar skills
  • Unrelenting self-motivation and initiative – you are comfortable with ambiguity but are driven to create structure and order to create efficient processes
  • Attention to detail, critical-thinker and problem-solver
  • Have a passion for Therabody’s mission to help people feel better naturally, empowering everybody to do the things that move them.

Therabody is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. We will not tolerate discrimination in employment, employment-related decisions, or in business dealings on the basis of race, color, genetic information, age, sex, sexual orientation, religion, disability, ethnicity, national origin, veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, or any other legally protected status. We will strive to provide an environment free of discrimination to our team members, customers, guests, and suppliers. We seek contributors from all backgrounds and walks of life to join our team, and we encourage our employees to bring their empowered, passionate, and authentic selves to work every day.

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