We are looking for a Production Manager to join a brand experience agency, that work with some of the biggest clients in the world (honestly, they’re clients I’d love to work with as well).
You will join the projects team, reporting in to the Head of Production. You’re joining at a time of growth (through new client acquisition) and everybody in the business is busy delivering exhibitions, activations, conferences all around the world.
What is also interesting, is that they have an inhouse production facility and build their sets etc. on site, so are all encompassing.
You will be responsible for managing and coordinating medium to large scale projects for a variety of client sizes and types (they work across a very broad spectrum of clients and types of events).
You’re going to be responsible for ensuring efficient, high-quality, and safe planning/pre-production of any installations, exhibitions, live events, and brand activations the business do.
Because of the size and scale, you’re going to need to be a technical professional with demonstrable experience in all aspects of production management, (including budget management), as well as someone who enjoys working with an enthusiastic, inclusive team.
(Obviously) You will need experience in this sector (events, experiential, and brand experience) as we want you to have the gravitas to be able to input to command the respect of the in-house designers/producers from day 1. You’ll need to understand the complexities of the build process in temporary venues and the limitations this can bring.
This role is based in east London, and you’re going to need to be able to get to the office around 3 times a week depending on work schedules etc.
From a package perspective, you are looking at a base salary of between £40,000 and £55,000, with plenty of other benefits (it’s a long list, way too long to list in an advert!).
If you are interested or want to know more (including seeing the full client job brief), send me a message, DM, call me – whatever is easiest. Having an up-to-date CV to hand is ideal, but if you haven’t got one immediately, we can still chat through the position, and you can learn more.
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