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Full-time line producer – central London
Videotel is the world’s leading producer of e-learning materials for the maritime industry. We are now seeking an enthusiastic line producer to join our small team, responsible for outputting 20-30 video productions every year.
Working under the guidance of two other experienced line producers and a senior producer, your job will be to manage the production cycle of several projects at once, from start to delivery. Every aspect of the production, from contracting the writers, directors, crews and editors to scheduling travel and accommodation, finding ships to shoot on, checking scripts, licensing music, sub-editing work books, issuing props and Personal Protective Equipment – all of this and more will be your daily work.
Handling project budgets is equally important – meticulous records of expenditure and reconciliation must be kept. Our crews often travel abroad and multiple currencies may be involved.
Additional responsibilities could involve foreign language subtitling, submitting film festival entries, organising lunches for consultants, arranging meetings and taking meeting notes, reading research materials and commenting on preview cuts of videos in production.
We are looking for a professional who enjoys organising others, who has some experience of line producing and who has an excellent standard of written and spoken English. This is an office-based role and is unlikely to suit anyone who is looking for a route into making programmes.
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