Line Producer

VaynerMedia is looking for a Line 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 content.

Who are you?

We’re looking for someone who can multi-task, effectively put together in house and off site shoots of any size, and enjoys being collaborative within a team. Communicating within a structured work environment or agency, and working in a fast paced production group comes easily to you. You have the ability to craft professional email correspondence and interact with vendors and partners, be client facing, and negotiate contracts with 3rd parties and crew hires. You are also resourceful, responsive, and eager to get the job done - all with a smile on your face.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee all non-creative aspects of video and photo production for the production management subgroup
  • Lead and manage a team of production managers and production coordinators
  • May also provide oversight to in house props assistant, equipment manager, wardrobe stylist, casting director
  • Uphold and refine existing processes
  • Actively participate in growing the video and photo practice
  • Set expectation high for fiscal responsibility, project efficiency, and legal compliance
  • Train and nurture the development of the team in digital and broadcast best practices
  • Create, or supervise the creation budgets and timelines
  • Review the tracking & actualizing of budget expenditures by the production teams
  • Collaborate with project managers, manager of rights & talent, and production accountant in each stage of the production life cycle of projects at key milestone moments to ensure expectations are being met with respect to budget and timeline
  • Interface with senior leadership in the company including CFO and COO
  • Vet and hire crew, vendors, and strategic partners
  • Serve as key senior point of contact from production group for internal leads from Account, Project Management and Creative

The ideal candidate has:

  • 6-10 years experience in video/photo production as production manager, producer, or line producer, along with a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field of study
  • Strong problem solving skills and concept development - ability to conceptualize issues, quickly develop solutions, and implement action plans
  • Good knowledge of contemporary cameras and G & E equipment
  • Expertise in film permit mandates and regulations in NYC and LA
  • Proficient in Excel, Movie Magic, Smartsheet, and Google Apps suite (Gmail, Calendar, Drive, etc)
  • The ability to communicate needs in a positive and productive fashion
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Expertise in photo or video camera operation is a plus

 

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