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Production Coordinator (part time) – London

Job Description

About Inside Job Productions
Inside Job Productions (IJP) is an award-winning media production company and social enterprise. We make brilliant films and digital content for clients from major corporates such as Johnson & Johnson, Barclays and Control Risks to charities like Shelter, the British Lung Foundation, Fatherhood institute and the Refugee Council.

We create high-quality, engaging, thought-provoking content which speaks directly to the hearts of our clients’ audiences and customers. Whether it’s film, animation or photography, IJP has a team of experienced, creative professionals ready to work with our clients to make something memorable.

We provide a complete end to end service, from pitching and writing creative treatments to delivering content on a wide variety of platforms. We’ll work on anything from the simplest video shoot through to major campaigns.

You can watch our showreel here: https://vimeo.com/241929890

As a social enterprise we reinvest a substantial amount of our profits into our Production Trainee scheme which provides paid work and training opportunities for people who might otherwise struggle to find or hold down a job. We have recently formed a partnership with YoungMinds, the UK’s leading mental health charity for children and young people, to open up our training scheme to young people struggling with their mental health. The scheme provides them with an opportunity to learn skills, grown in confidence and fulfil their potential in a supportive but professional environment.

Current vacancy
We are currently looking to recruit an experienced Production Co-ordinator to join our small, friendly and committed team in Dalston, East London.

Reporting to the Managing Director, the Production Co-ordinator will be responsible for all administrative tasks, the set up and smooth running of productions from commission through to final delivery, and the supervision of a production trainee.

Vital qualities are outstanding organisational skills and attention to detail, good time management, strong and concise communication, and excellent people skills. Candidates should come with a proven track record in effective cost control and budgeting.

Reporting to the Managing Director, the Production Co-ordinator will be responsible for all administrative tasks, the set up and smooth running of productions from commission through to final delivery and the supervision of IJP trainees.

Vital qualities are outstanding organisational skills and attention to detail, good time management, strong and concise communication and excellent people skills. Candidates should come with a proven track record in effective cost control and budgeting.

Key responsibilities:

Set up and management of productions from commission through to final delivery
Sourcing and booking equipment, travel and accommodation
Securing and contracting crew
Writing and disseminating call sheets and production paperwork
Keeping track of production budgets and finances (credit card reconciliation, petty cash)
Updating and maintaining company databases
Co-ordinating back up of film projects to company hard drives
General office management
Supervising and supporting the development of the production trainee
Other responsibilities:

Maintaining and updating company website and social media channels
Transcription of rushes
Attending shoots when required
Attending quarterly board meetings and taking minutes
All candidates must:

Have a minimum of two years’ experience setting up location and/or studio filming
Have experience of budgeting and cost management
Be social media savvy
Ideally, you would have:

Experience working with Adobe Creative Suite and Premiere Pro
A clean driving licence
An interest in supporting the Managing Director with Business Development
This role would suit a Production Co-ordinator who is looking for new challenges and who would relish the chance to be part of a growing social enterprise.

This is a part time position (4 days per week) offered on a 12-month contract (after which this will be reviewed), with an initial 3-month probation period.

Salary: £25-26,000 (pro rata) depending on experience

Closing date for applications: Friday 6th April 2018

Interviews: 1st round: Tuesday 17th April 2018
Interviews 2nd round: Tuesday 24th April 2018

Please send your CV and cover letter highlighting your experience and why you would like to work for Inside Job Productions to info@insidejobproductions.co.uk

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