Production Facility Coordinator - FTC

Location
London (Greater)
Salary
£Competitive
Posted
27 Oct 2021
Closes
27 Nov 2021
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Temporary

Overview
 

The LTH Production Coordinator provides logistical and coordination support to the broadcast facility production team based out of the London technical hub. The facility comprises of Production and Sound Control Rooms, Commentary booths and Multi-Function Rooms which are operatorial 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

 

Within the role you will supply administrative support to both live gallery teams on production days and the Production facility management team. You will work in partnership with production colleagues to deliver outstanding, sporting content across Europe.

 

This role will require weekend and evening work, but predominantly standard office hours will apply.  Flexibility is key and from time to time there may be a requirement to work on location internationally. 


 

This role is a 12 month fixed term contract.


Responsibilities
 

  • Support the production facilities team in all aspects of event planning and execution of  live broadcast events Update and maintain production calendars and scheduling software on behalf of the production facility team  Manage the event calendar to ensure an up to date resource of upcoming events Work in conjunction with the Production Facility supervisor to maintain and update the staffing roster, ensuring that adequate levels of cover are in place for holidays, sickness and training Support the deliver monthly staffing & freelancer cost breakdowns Coordinate best use of staffing resources to support the facility and upcoming client’s requests. Organise training of staff and freelancers and support onboarding to relevant systems. Coordinate logistics including flights, ground transport & accommodation for Production teams when required  Support external contributors to navigate corporate systems, to ensure smooth workflows on site. Support on site gallery teams with ad hoc task requirements during production days. Deliver monthly updates on facility utilisation Create purchase orders, manage invoice submissions & track payment milestones Support with boarding of new freelancers on to finance systems Maintain positive working relationship with all suppliers to support Discovery Eurosport’s interests Actively ensure compliance with all Health and Safety policies Work collaboratively with other GT&O organisations i.e. MAM, Ingest, Engineering, MCR, Programming, OAP, Preview Team and Transmission ensuring working relationships and communication are of the highest standards Actively monitor and seek feedback on performance of the facility and services and promote improvements in customer service Support with the rollout of new systems and software developments for the facility  Promote sharing of best practice and process change opportunities to support an efficient and effective department. Other duties as required


Qualifications
 

  • Experience working in live, multi-sport event production Strong knowledge relating to television & digital production Experience of managing logistics of live events
  • Strong organisational skills & attention to detail Self-motivated & strong problem solving approach required Ability to work under pressure and to strict deadlines Live gallery experience preferable - script supervision / PA experience would be of benefit
  • Working knowledge of scheduling systems  Ability to work with minimum supervision and use own initiative with confidence Team player with the ability to motivate, develop and inspire others with solid interpersonal skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills  Pro-active in troubleshooting, problem solving and avoidance of issues Adaptable and flexible in a challenging, demanding and fast-paced environment
  • An interest in sport and sporting outputs

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