VaynerMedia is looking for a Supervising Producer to join the in house production studio. At VaynerMedia, we're lucky that everyone within our walls thinks creatively - and shares a passion for building communities and understanding the world of micro-content.

Who are you? 

We’re looking for someone who’s creative and editorial by nature, and enjoys collaborative work with others in a team. Communicating within a structured work environment or agency, and working in a fast paced environment comes easily to you. You are also resourceful, responsive, and eager to get the job done.

The task at hand: 

  • Supervise the production of best in class work for clients for digital and broadcast destinations
  • Drive the full life cycle of multiple projects (for multiple brands) with efficiency, fiscal responsibility, creativity, and an eye for achieving high production values
  • Be an accountable studio department lead during collaboration with internal brand teams + brand clients
  • Set the example and tone with Studio peers on how to be professional and collaborative with agency brand teams, crew, talent, and vendors
  • Manage and mentor producers and associate producers
  • Stay on the pulse of industry news and innovation, and be proactive about the application of new
  • practices and technology in our work

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Participate with internal creative teams in the development of content satisfying the brand guidelines and marketing objectives of the client
  • Execute relevant writing tasks including concepts, treatments, scripts, shot lists, outlines
  • Communicate ideas and production approach / strategic POV in client presentation decks
  • Participate, with senior leads, in the evolution and planning of the Studio practice
  • Interact and collaborate with senior level peers across departments
  • Contribute and/or review detailed production budgets and timelines for viability and practicality
  • Produce, and direct as needed, in both internal studio and offsite set environments with focus and precision, delivering capture consistent with creative expectations and aligning with client strategy
  • Produce efficiently and effectively (with editorial POV) in post production, pushing editors/animators to create high quality and timely work
  • Uphold Vayner Productions’ process and best practices in each phase of production including but not limited to crewing, location and talent agreement execution, casting, tracking and actualizing expenses

The ideal candidate has:

  • 8+ years experience in television, commercial, or digital production, holding senior leadership roles onvideo projects and campaigns
  • Expertise in scripted television or commercial production is a plus
  • Strong problem solving skills and creative development competency - ability to conceptualize ideas,
  • quickly develop solutions, and implement action plans 
  • Good knowledge of contemporary cameras, file formats, codecs, and post workflow
  • Comfortable with Google Apps suite (Gmail, Calendar, Drive, etc), Excel, Movie Magic and Smartsheet
  • The ability to communicate needs in a positive and productive fashion
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skill

 

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