The Walt Disney Company Prod Coord I in Charlotte, North Carolina
Works in conjunction with Operations Department to assist with logistics (in and out-of-house).
Organizes and distributes show production elements and materials (i.e. Sales, graphics and promotional information).
Acts as liaison for assigned sport/show categories between Production, other ESPN departments and outside entities.
Supports staff and Talent, Producers, Directors, Graphics/Playback Producers, Associate Directors, Associate Producers, Content Associates and Production Assistants on the systematic processes of assigned sport/show unit.
Participates in the recruiting, selecting and scheduling of Content Associates and Production Assistants as needed, for specific production groups and sport categories/show units.
Responsible for training new hires on Production departmental processes and procedures.
Works with upper management on scheduling of assigned personnel, regarding event and show assignments, tracks personnel overtime and vacation time.
Provides objective feedback on performance to staff and remote personnel and shares feedback as required.
Organize and plan production clinics, seminars, workshops, surveys and meetings for production personnel.
Plans, requests and allocates production facility needs of assigned sports/shows.
At the direction of Coordinating Producers, requests contracts and service agreements.
Includes technical, logistical, financial and administrative aspects of productions in assigned areas.
Works with production teams to ensure assigned productions meet established network creative and technical specifications, business objectives and financial goals.
Operates within the context of defined Production goals and objectives.
Decisions are guided by established corporate policies and Production operational policies.
Work is reviewed from a short-to-mid-term perspective and against defined objectives, budgets and schedules.
Responsible for the handling and trafficking of sensitive information (budgetary, fee-related, etc.).
Responsible for dealing with time-sensitive materials and decisions.
During Production peak times, remains accessible and is often required to work non-traditional days/hours.
Traveling for productions (domestic and international) may be required.
Basic Qualifications :
Possesses basic understanding of the production of studio shows, remote events and/or packaged shows.
Has knowledge of the operational and logistical aspects of production planning.
Has basic experience in various aspects of production management (i.e. processing contracts and invoices, creating, maintaining and distributing production information, travel management, production personnel scheduling/staffing).
Has some financial management experience.
Must possess strong communication skills (i.e. clear and concise in all forms of communication, ability to handle high-volume email and phone traffic as well as in-person interactions).
Must possess strong organizational skills (i.e. budgeting time and prioritizing workload, accuracy and attention to detail in all tasks, ability to implement systematic processes and organize information flow).
Demonstrates ability to take initiative; suggests ideas and solutions to problems that arise or before they occur.
Must understand the value of synergy in a dynamic organization.
Has demonstrated ability to react quickly and positively under a wide variety of sensitive production situations that arise and are subject to continual change.
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs (i.e. Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint).
A minimum of 2 years of production and/or operations experience.
Preferred Qualifications :
- Working knowledge of WebEx, Morello, NCS, ENPS and SAP.
Required Education :
- College degree or Equivalent
Job ID: 598991BR
Location: Charlotte,North Carolina
Job Posting Company: Media Networks