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Senior Producer. Taylor James. Mexico. BOOM! Nuff said.

About

We are looking to hire a Senior Producer who will run a growing design team dedicated to servicing multiple accounts.

The right candidate will serve as the connector between the creative and the project management teams, ensuring client requests are understood and staffed appropriately, setting the team off to success. The Senior Producer will be responsible for creating project timelines and estimates, and team trafficking, training, and staffing.

The Senior Producer will report directly to the Director of Creative Operations, to whom they will support with operational tasks like workflow assessment and refinement, documentation (training, best practices, etc.), and financial tracking and reports.

This position is perfect for an entrepreneurial soul who is methodic and organized, understands the design process, and is a stellar problem solver. While ensuring that the current teams have everything they need to deliver the work, the Senior Producer will liaise with team leads within the New York office and across the globe to grow and improve our processes.

100% REMOTE
Most of the brands you will be servicing are located in New York City, and some of them in California. You can be based anywhere as long as your location isn't an obstacle to working during standard New York business hours (9 am-6 pm EST).

Company Links

Job Post Link

https://human.workingnotworking.com/unjobboard/9531-taylor-james-senior-producer

On-site required?

No

Experience

6-9 years

Skills

Producing, Project Management

Date Posted

July 28, 2021

Managed By

Jaime Aguilo

Perks

  • Work From HomeWork From Home

Fine Print

THE ROLE
As a Senior Producer, you will be responsible for the following:

REQUEST INTAKE
— Review new project requests, and lead the conversation with the brand from a production standpoint.
— Ensure complete understanding of the ask, set clear expectations, confirm all information and materials necessary are provided, and ensure that your team has the right capabilities to service the client successfully.
— Create accurate and competitive timelines and estimates.
— Educate Tag PMs when new project requests are out of their traditional scope, and ensure the broad team understands the nature of the work to be produced.

TEAM TRAFFICKING
— Know the creative team deeply and understand what different skillset each team member has to offer. Then, decide what talent will be dedicated to each project accordingly, aiming at delivering the highest creative quality possible.
— Keep track of the team’s workload and current capacity daily, aiming at maximizing utilization and ensuring that workload is efficiently distributed.
— Ensure that projects are assigned with a certain level of rotation; all creatives must be able to perform all of the most common requests efficiently and autonomously.
— Flag to your line manager upcoming issues with the team’s capacity, and plan ahead to support workload peaks in a financially efficient manner.
— Keep production tracker up to date.

CREATIVE BRIEFING
— Look at creative briefs created by Tag PMs with your production and creative lenses. Ensure that asks are clearly stated, and that the creative team has easy access to all the necessary materials.
— Review timeline and milestones, ensuring high speed-to-market without sacrificing quality.
— Write creative briefs, providing the creative team with the insight necessary to respond to creative requests efficiently and with high-quality standards.

PRODUCTION PROCESS
— Serve as the connector between the creative and project management teams, becoming the primary POC for both of them around production issues like timeline, material provisioning, and correct response to the brief.
— Respond to questions from creatives around the creative requests, and facilite creative lead’s oversight of the work.
— Ensure all work is created following the predefined workflow, stressing the importance of correct file storage, accurate time tracking, and efficient hand-off.

STAFFING
— Continuously build a talent pool of LATAM-based designers, copywriters, motion graphers, art directors, and creative directors that Tag will be able to tap into flexibly.
— Book, onboard, set up, and train new creative talent.

CREATIVE OPERATIONS
— Lead the creation of documents that will be key to keeping workflows consistent across accounts, allowing escalation of the production solution: workflows, storage systems, trainings, and onboarding guides.
— Conduct workflow assessments and propose process improvements.
— Support Dir. of Creative Operations during implementation of creative teams to service new accounts.
— Create monthly and quarterly reports to give visibility over the creative team’s utilization, creative performance, and financial results.