Executive Commercial Producer - Auckland

    If your goal is to be a market leader in commercial video production then get in touch! We need someone who will manage our commercial video pipeline and assist in the scoping and execution of our commercial opportunities.

    Day-to-day, you will be overseeing the development of all commercial video proposals. You will become our project manager, managing the video production pipeline and the individual projects within it while also managing a competitive pool of external producers and production companies that we utilize for our commercial video projects.

    To be successful you’ll need to have proven success in managing high output video production pipelines, developing creative commercial concepts as well as a background in commercial video production. If you come from and Agency Video Producer background – bonus!! On top of all this you’ll need a passion for leadership, excellent time management, multitasking skills and most important of all – a personality! A sense of humour, a willingness to muck in and have fun!

    In return we offer competitive remuneration, a company fostering growth and development in our biggest asset – our staff and a culture second to none. We tell it like it is, dare to try, are continually innovating and driving forward. We’re housed in state of the art, purpose built digs in central Auckland complete with on-site barista. So don’t delay, join our team of producers, production managers and post-production experts by showcasing your skill set, experience and what you’re like to work with.

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