Audio Visual Technical Production Manager

Prospero Recruitment
From £30,000 to £40,000 per annum
12 Apr 2017
12 May 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

The ideal candidate for this role will have a technical background within the AV industry and at least 4 years of production management experience in a similar role.

Main tasks of role:

•Attend Client meetings to discuss and develop solutions for the client brief

•Prepare quotes and pitch documents

•Attend site visits and production meetings

•Book crew, technicians, equipment and transport

•Support the Client pre event

•Assess health and safety requirements and create risk assessments and method statements for each event.

•Track the progress of each job and the documentation involved.

•Manage kit, crew and transport on site and liaise with the venue and client on site at the event.

•Manage any changes that occur when on site

•Post event completion of costs, invoicing and all related paperwork

•Work with the team to constantly update equipment, processes and creative ideas.

•Manage relationships with key venues where we have an onsite presence.

Essential requirements:

•Experience within the Audio Visual industry in a technical role with 4 years of experience in a project management role or venue management role.

•Sales experience with motivation to develop profitable new business.

•Methodical, structured and self-motivated person with excellent organisational and prioritisation skills.

•A well organised and calm approach to the job with meticulous attention to detail.

•Wide experience of a range of audio and video equipment and new technologies within the industry.

•High level of computer literacy

•Excellent problem solver

•Excellent communication and client facing skills

•Good with the written word and grammar

•Team player

•Enthusiasm, energy and a ‘Can do’ attitude

•Driver’s License and ability to travel to office/central London out of hours

Desirable Skills

•Experience of working in bespoke venues around London where standards and working practices are heavily scrutinised

•Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Visio, and other visualisation software

•Experience of working with camera crews as an on-site director. A good understanding of editing techniques.

•Show calling experience for live productions.