Studio Manager

  • Auckland

Do you love systems, processes, and organising people? This could be your chance to join a fun video production team and help keep everything in order.

We are on the hunt for an intermediate-level Studio Manager who can bring a wide set of skills to the role.

You'll be responsible for managing studio bookings; preparing the studio; receiving client enquiries and briefing your team; plus answering phone and email enquiries.

You'll look after project workflow and post-production resourcing; invoicing and supplier payments; contractor bookings; and hiring equipment. You'll also be involved with client pitches and proposals, and managing the social channels and website.

You'll be very comfortable working in a fast-paced environment; and have a ton of patience, flexibility, and great attention-to-detail. You'll be able to juggle multiple projects at once, and be a positive and upbeat people-person.

A knowledge of the video production industry is not essential, but your job will be a lot easier if this is your background.

This is a well-established video production company in central Auckland. They pride themselves on being master storytellers and work with a stable of excellent clients.

If you think this sounds like you, please click Apply via Email quoting reference #5747SP. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Preference will be given to applicants entitled to work in (and currently residing in) NZ.

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