2 days ago
  • Level Junior
  • Professions Production Manager
  • Type Full Time
  • Location London, United Kingdom

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Condé Nast is home to some of the world’s most celebrated media brands. In Britain, we set the benchmark for multimedia publishing excellence with brands including Vogue, GQ, Glamour, The World of Interiors, House & Garden, Condé Nast Traveller, Tatler, Wired, LOVE, Vanity Fair and Condé Nast Johansens. We inspire across print, digital, social, events, consultancy and with the Condé Nast College of Fashion and Design – education. Condé Nast is looking for an organised and enthusiastic Junior Production Manager to be a key member of the Vogue Digital team responsible for the video production needs of the department. You should have a love of order and process, and thrive in a fast-paced, creative department.   You will work closely with the Creative Studio Senior Production Manager, and Vogue Senior Video Producer and Commissioner, to scope out production briefs and to deliver high-quality video and associated content. You will be involved from brief stage through creative development, budgeting, pre-production and post-production, delivery and wrap. This is a varied and collaborative role covering a variety of editorial projects. The ideal candidate will be meticulous, organised and proactive, with strong attention to detail and at least 2 years production experience.  This experience should be in video production, broadcast, agency and/or an online environment.
Key Duties & Responsibilities
  • Working closely with the Senior Video Producer and Commissioner,  to manage the day to day organisation of all Vogue video productions.
  • Working closely with the Senior Video Producer and Commissioner to scope and budget creative pitches.
  • Start up and scoping of productions including scheduling and budget management.
  • Working closely with Senior Video Producer and Commissioner and external production companies to negotiate and set up productions.
  • Working alongside the Vogue Editorial Business team to manage all production contracts including, but not limited to Production Agreements, Talent contracts and location release forms.
  • Managing and reconciling budgets, cost managers and management of expenses and invoices.
  • Managing and negotiating music, archive and stills rights
  • Booking Hair, Make-Up, Styling and Prop Stylists, as and when needed
  • Booking Grades and Sound Mixes
  • Maintaining current  relationships with crew and suppliers, with the ability to negotiate preferable rates
  • Good understanding of digital media management to supervise department editor.
Essential Skills & Requirements
  • Excellent organisational skills and meticulous eye for detail
  • Experience of managing short form content.
  • A knowledge of online video platforms would be useful and an interest in new developments and innovation within video content.
  • An ability to balance multiple projects and deadlines.
  • Budgeting and scheduling on productions of all sizes.
  • Understanding of key legal requirements, including rights relating to licensing, releases and contracts
  • Broad range of production experience of shoots, post production, media management and the production process as a whole
  • Strong communication skills and ability to manage internal and external comms including set up and management of processes as required
  • Up to date knowledge on Health and Safety and Insurance requirements
  • Experience of arranging carnets, visas and other international permissions
  • Flexible and able to multitask under pressure
  • Have a good editorial understanding of short form video content
  • A positive and productive self-starter
  • Able to work within a small team, and to trouble-shoot any potential difficulties in order to get the best out of any project.

Skills Required

  • Production Management

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