We have a lovely brand new opportunity for someone with a Project Manager/Producer background to work as a VFX Coordinator for the UK’s leading TV facility.
Based at Media City they provide Film Studios, Post Production , Media Services, Telecoms and Consulting as a service to an extensive range of clients.
Working with the VFX Supervisor, Producers and Artists, you’ll coordinate the companies cross-functional production teams and implement effective project management.
You’ll be responsible for ensuring Shotgun statuses and task assignments are up to date whilst scheduling and tracking VFX across multiple projects.
• Organise VFX dailies and project meetings and setting up media for client review sessions.
• Coordinate and package shot deliveries
• Ensure teams are clear on daily delivery objectives and ensuring effective communication and continual team updates
• Record all shot notes, documenting decisions and requests
• Control and monitoring of progress and preparing weekly progress reports
• Determine show crewing and scheduling
• Manage the overall timely information flow within the show and between the show and facility
What we’re looking for:
You’ll be an excellent communicator, super organised and a really proactive and positive attitude.
You must come from a TV/Film/Content Production company and have experience as a Producer/Project Manager role where you coordinate, organise, schedule and track work from the film Producers and VFX Artists.
From your experience you’ll have an in depth understanding of the VFX process and pipeline and we are looking for experience with Shotgun software.
Based in Media City there are good transport links from central and Greater Manchester.
If you have the experience for this role, please apply to Emma Thomson via the link below with your CV.
We have limited people in our team we will only manage to respond to the candidates that are potentially suitable for the position and have the required experience.
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The Book is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age