Got a few years’ video production experience under your belt, and looking for the next step or new direction in your career? This could be the answer. Working out of our dynamic Production Team, we’re looking for a bright spark to join the team and really make their mark.
The Video Production Manager will be working to ensure everything on a shoot runs smooth as a well oiled machine! Your day to day responsibilities will involve anything from examining scripts, creating shooting schedules, estimating costs, hiring crew members and contractors, booking equipment, arranging any necessary permissions and risk assessments to managing the production schedule, budget and dealing with any problems that arise.
To do this you’re going to need to be pretty savvy. You’ll need demonstrated experience within a production environment; you’ll be experienced in managing budgets and supremely detail orientated and organized. You thrive in a fast-paced environment that is ever-changing so the role is suited to someone who works well under pressure, has high attention to detail and an ability to adapt to change easily.
Sounding like you? We thought so! Here’s what you need to know about us: we’re diverse & inclusive, we value progression & succession and reward & recognition and see our staff as our biggest asset. We tell it like it is, we challenge the status quo, we dare to try and we want some fun along the way! We’re housed in state of the art new offices in Auckland Central, complete with an onsite barista and we’re keen to hear why you’re the next member of our team. Apply now!
Seems to be bit of a WPP fire sale at the moment.
Well done to you guys. You have all earned it. Welcome back to the world of salary ratios and bad global business at wonderful margins!
Congratulations MBM! Some of the smartest, hardest working and most humble people I know.
Congratulations to all involved - MBM have been a phenomenal local success story!
Awful, awful senior management, mostly two people with the same last names. It is hideous that this country has allowed this man to remain in business when he has done SO much damage to people. He should not be allowed ...
What are the chances the new Ogilvy will have the same sick culture it has had for the past 20 years?
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