Full Time Job

Managing Producer

Pineapple Street Studios

New York, NY 11-22-2021
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  • Paid
  • Full Time
  • Entry (0-2 years) Experience
Job Description
Overview

This Managing Producer works closely with executive producers, producers, associate producers, engineers, contractors, and hosts to manage a wide range of podcasts at Pineapple Street Studios, mainly falling under the Originals umbrella. However, there will also be opportunities to work on Development, TV & Film, and Partner Editorial productions.

Responsibilities

What You'll Do:

ADMINISTRATIVE
• Leads management of production from pre-production through post-production
• Sets up and helps maintain organizational systems and team roles
• Creates realistic production calendars and ensures the team meets their deadlines
• Assists in managing host relationships when needed
• Responsible for publishing and archiving projects
• Coordinates internal legal work (NDA's, release forms, etc)
• Oversees licensing and clearance trackers
• Schedules and leads weekly show check-ins
• Sends all drafts and metadata to partners for review
• Delivers notes from partners to production team

CREATIVE
• Contributes to show ideas with the production team
• Attends group listens and gives feedback on the shows

Qualifications

About You:
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills, especially working with strong-willed creative talent, A-list talent, and clients
• Passionate about management systems and audio
• 1 to 3 years experience in managing podcast productions from start to finish
• Fluency and flexibility in a range of management softwares (i.e. Google Drive, Dropbox, Monday.com)
• Demonstrated ability to organize multiple projects at once and work across geographically-dispersed teams
• Ability to work collaboratively, with multiple people of different opinions, backgroundsand experiences
• Enthusiastic about creating an equitable workplace
• Exercises patience, compassion, and a sense of calm when unexpected issues arise

Responsibilities:

What You'll Do:

ADMINISTRATIVE
- Leads management of production from pre-production through post-production
- Sets up and helps maintain organizational systems and team roles
- Creates realistic production calendars and ensures the team meets their deadlines
- Assists in managing host relationships when needed
- Responsible for publishing and archiving projects
- Coordinates internal legal work (NDA's, release forms, etc)
- Oversees licensing and clearance trackers
- Schedules and leads weekly show check-ins
- Sends all drafts and metadata to partners for review
- Delivers notes from partners to production team

CREATIVE
- Contributes to show ideas with the production team
- Attends group listens and gives feedback on the shows

Jobcode: Reference SBJ-gw967k-3-81-89-248-42 in your application.