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For a Producer, here’s the starting line:

  • You have 3-5 years of experience in print, video and film production and/or post-production experience.
  • You have an understanding of purchase orders and fundamental vendor billing processes.
  • You have a sound awareness of licensing and/or contractual risks with regards to asset management and production.
  • Tracking usage and usage rights is your jam.
  • Project management is second nature to you.
  • You have a willingness to travel often.
  • You’re a team player with strong communication skills.
  • You’re highly productive with the ability to multi-task and pay strict attention to detail in the fast-moving environment.

Any Producer should feel the following rings true:

  • On more than one occasion, people who are not your parents have made complimentary remarks about how smart you are.
  • You’re collaborative and generally well-liked.
  • You understand things change and thrive in this environment. You deliver no matter what. With the ability to pause, laugh before quickly taking action and leveraging your exceptional problem-solving skills to make sure everything is seamless.
  • You are not afraid to raise your hand to ask a question or throw out a suggestion.
  • Ideas. You got ’em.
  • You love all project-related paperwork: NDAs, new vendor requests, W9s, purchase orders, AD ID’s, releases, talent contracts and invoices.
  • History is your thing. As in, you keep great historical records and enjoy leading project wrap.
  • You get a kick out of travel planning and generating itineraries.
  • You love maintaining vendor relationships and coordinating screenings.
  • You hate sheep.
  • You don’t find the notion of a fast pace to be disagreeable or concerning.
  • You laugh in the face of pressure.

What does a Producer do? You’ll serve as production lead for internal video needs such as recording meetings and footage for personas, pitches, or case studies. Stock licensing is a breeze for you. You’ll participate in weekly departmental staff meetings and keep supervisor apprised of the status of work. In those meetings you’ll clearly document action items and then deliver them through appropriate channels.

The Producer is a creative problem solver whose production expertise allows them to guide development efforts for digital, print, and broadcast tactics. Strong leadership skills help them oversee the project team’s activities, as they are accountable for the overall quality of work in conjunction with functional leads, ensuring goals are met and projects delivered on time and on budget.

HR stuff:

  • Salary commensurate with experience; 401k plan with employer matching.
  • Great health insurance plans, wellness incentives and many other perks.

SHS is an equal opportunity employer, of course.

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— 01.18.18 —

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