Overview and Responsibilities
An opportunity to be involved in producing branded and non-branded advertising content and being part of the production process involving Nickelodeon’s brand, property, consumer products, integrated partners and clients.
Assist Advertising Producers in the execution of commercial production, from conception to delivery.
Responsible for screening, logging and producing dubs to assist Advertising Producers in production of spots.
Work with Advertising Producers by attending castings, shoots and/or sessions to obtain production experience and understand our process.
Organize shoot and/or session elements for Advertising Producers.
Research music selections from various libraries as assigned.
Log and screen footage/episodes, taking specific notes on clips/sound bites.
Submit deliverables, including Catapult master, post on web links for screenings.
Submit protection and archival work-reels of assets and dailies.
Complete and include credit summary in all spots due to be delivered
Research, brainstorm, and/or write campaign ideas or scripts as requested.
Attend and oversee edit and mix sessions as assigned.
Position reports to Head of Production.
A four-year College Degree preferably in Liberal Arts or related field.
Knowledge of and an interest in Advertising and production of content.
Knowledge of Photoshop, After Effects and other production-related software and programs.
Experience in production
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Strong organizational skills.
Sense of humor.
Ability to work in a pressured and constantly changing environment.
Oversee and assist any and all production elements, such as dubs, logs, show/audio clips, necessary for Advertising Producer prep, shoot and edit spots.
Attend casting, shoots and/or sessions and assist Advertising Producers in the completion of projects.
Brainstorm with internal creative team on how to best achieve project goals.
Collaborate effectively with Producers, Creative teams and Project Managers.
Stay current in design trends and new technology.
Meet deadlines and deliver scripts, materials and final projects on time to appropriate parties.
Ensure that all appropriate paperwork is completed by the end of each project; i.e. music cue sheets, rundowns, talent contracts, time sheets, session sheets, etc.