The Project Manager manages the implementation process for film, animation, and photography projects. The ability to produce and track successful personalized action plans for each client in order to execute goals is imperative. Building and maintaining strong, trusted relationships with clients and internal team members alike are key responsibilities of this role. Our ideal candidate should be passionate about collaborating with key team members to set deadlines, assign responsibilities, and monitor and summarize project process. The Project Manager will handle the completion of projects on time and within scope.
If that sounds like you — plus you’ve got some existing film project experience and a desire to expand your skills — keep reading.
Here's what you'll be responsible for:
- Spokesperson. Serve as the day-to-day contact and liaison between the client team and the project team.
- Be a catalyst. Collaborate with project teams to think through and execute initiatives that promote and grow the agency and our clients.
- Project management. You know how to manage production schedules to hit near- and long-term deadlines.
- Bookworm. Stay up-to-date on industry trends, insights, and emerging technologies, and share and implement those learnings for client and internal projects.
- Data nerd. Define, measure, and report performance for client and internal projects.
- Perfectionist. Ensure quality of all projects through extensive reviewing of project goals and deliverables.
- Give a helping hand. Provide support and assistance to project teams with project planning, resource allocation, strategy, and implementation.
- Seek the best. You know that film/animation/photography projects include many moving parts with technical experts being introduced at various points
- Team player. You know how to work with other team members, freelance talent, acting talent, and partner agencies, and they love you—or at least like you.
- Stick to the budget. Not only are you wise with our client’s money, but you also know how to manage the scope of work.
Here's what you should have:
- Proven work history with at least 3 years in project management Bachelor's degree in marketing or a related field
- Budget and time management skills
- Passion for film, animation, or photography
- Demonstrates data-driven thinking
- Bonus if you have experience managing film projects