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Assistant Producer

  • Christie's
  • London, UK
  • 07/06/2021
Full time Producer / Production

Job Description

The Role

Working with the Christie’s EMEA Content Team (video department), the Assistant Producer will originate and produce excellent content. They will contribute creative ideas, bringing the highest quality content production skills which may involve research, technical operations, audio, online and interactive production activities.

The Candidate

· Experience in creating first class video content

· Demonstrable experience of working in a broadcast or content production environment

· Experience of live broadcasting desirable but not essential

· Ability to develop creative ideas, which engage diverse audiences in a demanding creative environment

· Demonstrable high level of creativity - able to bring fresh new approach and bring out creative ideas in others

· Familiarity with research techniques and sources for the verification of the accuracy of material

· Experience of writing clear and concise material which may be used for briefs and scripts

· Ability to use IT proficiently, including a range of software packages, in particular Adobe Premiere Pro

· Technical experience with broadcast equipment; self-shooting desirable but not essential

· Experience of influencing, negotiating and communicating effectively both internally and with external agencies/partners

· A strong communicator and ability to simplify complex problems. Proven ability to influence decision-making at all levels and experience managing commercial and contractual relationships with third party suppliers and partners

· Effective planning and organising skills. Ability to concentrate on several areas of work and multiple short-form projects at one time, prioritising, delivering consistently to deadlines and reacting positively to changes and conflicting priorities

· Ability to prioritise a conflicting workload efficiently and to maintain standards of accuracy and attention to detail when working to deadlines or changing priorities

· Able to use firm judgment and understanding of when to seek guidance from experts / escalate issues where appropriate

· Will oversee and where necessary, direct the work of other resources and manage positive working relationships with staff, contributors and talent

· The ability to problem solve and suggest effective solutions

· Awareness of financial responsibility and budgets

· A passion and interest in visual art

Close Date: 1st July