We're working with the PR arm of a household name multi-disciplinary agency (you've definitely heard of them) who have an amazing range of blue chip clients, deliver award winning campaigns, and have a strong culture within their various teams and sub-brands.
Within the business there is a very well established creative studio dedicated to producing a range of social and digital content along with creative campaigns, event collateral and earned media editorial. It's a fast paced team which works with a range of clients across PR practices spanning consumer, tech, b2b and more. As they are extremely busy, we're now looking for a producer / resource manager to support the creative team and help make sure they deliver top notch work efficiently.
They're currently spending 2 days a week in the office, with the option to spend more time in if needed.
What You'll Be Doing
It's a relatively straightforward producer role! You'll be working closely with PR account managers and directly with your clients to deliver a range of campaigns and content spanning print, press, shoot, social, digital, and content. On the sliding scale from creative producer to project manager, this is probably erring towards the PM side of things!
As the sole organiser within the team you'll also be responsible for:
- Ownership over the logistics and production of a project, including budgeting, scheduling, briefing in the required skill sets and overseeing through the production phases.
- Working with your client and the creative team in the concepting phase, helping the creatives realise their vision and supporting the client throughout.
- Trafficking work through the studio and making sure that usability is high.
- Managing project burn rate and keeping the client and internal team updated on project finances and timelines.
Who We're Looking For
This is not a video producer role. I can't stress that enough - if all you want to do is shoot, this is not the job for you.
The ideal candidate will have worked in an integrated or digital agency environment as a project manager or producer, though any sort of creative agency experience is definitely relevant if you've delivered production of a range of content and creative campaigns. You'll have a strong understanding of the creative production process from concepting, planning and budgeting, and then working closely with creative teams to get the work done. Knowledge of the world of PR or earned media would be a big plus with this role, and the team are very open to an overhaul of their process so if that's of interest then this could be an exciting challenge!
All the usual personality traits apply - we are after somebody who wants to roll their sleeves up and muck in with a tight knit, highly collaborative team. That, and being genuinely invested in delivering great work are the most important things for this one.
If this sounds like the producer role for you then get in touch now at CS@tomorrowlondon.co.uk
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