The Events Production Coordinator contributes to production efforts through coordination of both internal and external projects. This role manages logistical and administrative tasks efficiently and effectively while contributing to the success of the Production Department by maintaining accurate records, completing assigned job duties in a timely manner and seeking out new ways to support team members. The Production Coordinator reports to the Executive Producer.
Key Job Responsibilities
-Event Pre-Production and On-site team Support:
-Assist in scheduling and coordination of staffing and resources through Intellievent.
-Assist in timesheet completion and tracking project related hours
-Partner with Producers and Production Managers on event logistics
-Support the show team (Producer, PM) with owning the kick-off & tie down meetings, scheduling client and show team calls
-Create and maintain electronic show folders / channels (project management tools) from each project’s inception, file past show folders and maintain directory
-Travel coordination and accommodations for show crews
-Track tasks, milestones and deadlines within the project management tool
-Assist in collection and organization of show related content (graphic files, video files and still photos)
-Occasional travel and show-site support required
-Back up traveling show management team members when they are out of office
-Open and process Purchase Orders
-Define and set up new vendors/freelance and contractors
-Attend pre and post show meetings for job sign off
-Perform other duties as assigned
-Finalization of timesheets and tracking project related hours
-Assist in completion of post-show reports
-Assist in completion and verification of deliverables, media, etc.
-Completion of expense reports and finalizing job related expenses including freelance and contract invoices
Work is performed primarily in an office environment. Working times may include irregular hours and on-call status including days, evenings, weekends and holidays. Team members must adhere to appearance guidelines as defined by SIX Productions based in an office environment and when traveling on site at event venues.
Experience / Skills
-Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience
- 2+ years of production, event planning or show experience required
-Excellent communication skills including written, verbal and presentation
-Ability to listen carefully, respond intelligently, and follow up appropriately and consistently
-Position requires computer knowledge
-Self-motivated, self-starter, sense of urgency, personable and team oriented
-Detail and service oriented with strong organizational skills
-Ability to consistently meet deadlines
-Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Undergraduate experience preferred
-Experience in administrative and accounting functions preferred
-Experience in show production and or event planning management is preferred
-Quality Decision Making
-Plans and Aligns
About Six Productions
Six Productions is here to meet all av needs, from live event broadcast to artful festivities. We have a team of designers and audio visual techs on hand along with AV gear available for rent. As the leading AV company in the Roaring Fork Valley, Six Productions handles the AV and design for almost all the festivals that come through Aspen, CO.