Executive Producer


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    Executive Producer



    Executive Producer is a crucial role working within ArtClass as a primary production point of contact across projects. You will be responsible for budgets, schedules, logistics, and overall production department workflow. You will be liaising externally with agencies, brands, and crew while also working closely internally with Production Executives, Directors, HOP, Legal, Business Affairs, Finance, and Production & Post-Production Teams. Representing ArtClass in the Production Community will also be an integral element of the role.

    Roles & Responsibilities

    Team Management:
    Manage the workflow and workload of the staff production team and freelancers during pitching. Provide guidance and support to staff and freelance bidders in bid strategy, including approach, potential partnerships, and target markets.

    Project Tracking:
    Monitor and track all ArtClass projects across various stages, including pitching, production, and project wrap.
    Maintain a comprehensive overview of ongoing projects, ensuring that all aspects are on track and within budget.

    Bidding Process:
    Oversee the bidding process for larger-scale projects and actively participate in smaller-scale project bidding conducted by staff.
    Collaborate with the production team to develop competitive bids that align with project goals.

    Financial Oversight:
    Protect project margins by actively tracking active productions, working budget submissions, and legal agreement approvals.
    Review project wraps and actuals to ensure financial accuracy and compliance.

    Business Affairs Management:
    Preliminarily review bid specifications, contracts, and industry-specific documents for potential conflicts or concerns.
    Escalate issues to senior management or legal counsel when necessary.

    Team Development:
    Manage the workflow of the staff production manager and coordinator.
    Mentor and train production team members to facilitate their professional growth and enhance their production processes.


    Experience: A minimum of 5 years of experience in a senior production role (Line Producer, Bidding Producer, Head of Production) within the commercial production industry.

    Industry Knowledge: Strong understanding of AICP guidelines, global production practices, contractual terms, and deal structures in the US market.

    Network: Possess and maintain a vast network of high-quality crew (both union and non-union), vendors, and global production service partners.

    Bid Management: Proficiency in bidding for commercial projects domestically and internationally, with the ability to navigate working budgets and actuals effectively.

    Multitasking: Proven ability to handle multiple projects, prioritize tasks, and manage conflicting demands and deadlines.
    Adaptability: Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability, balancing the big picture with daily operational needs and effectively communicating with executives, in-house production teams, and accounting departments.

    Problem-Solving: Exhibit on-set problem-solving skills and the ability to manage both large and small-scale productions with equal attention to detail.

    Communication: Exceptional communication skills, clear prioritization, and the ability to thrive under pressure.

    Leadership: Willingness to have difficult conversations with production teams while maintaining a supportive and positive work environment.

    Networking: Strong connections within the production community, both among peers and within the wider US production industry.