Production Assistant (2018 Election Cycle Hire)
Are you up for a meaningful challenge? Do you aspire to use your creativity to drive social change?
Then come join our team of sharp, passionate and (sometimes) quirky activists. In our 30+ years, we’ve helped elect presidents; fought for stricter regulations on tobacco, drunk driving and carbon emissions; united foster children with their forever families; and helped bring health coverage to all Americans.
Our mission: to create real and lasting positive change in the world. And between our D.C. home base and our Seattle, WA office you’ll find all the know-how and drive to create advocacy campaigns that deliver real results.
We are…social and digital strategists, comms and advertising gurus, designers, writers, media planners and multi-media producers.
You are … a Production Assistant who knows how to:
Coordinate film crew, talent and equipment for shoots
Create daily call sheets for crew members
Assist Producer with coordinating crew tasks on set
Establish relationships with vendors and coordinate external production needs with them as necessary
Organize, archive and maintain libraries of photos, images, music, footage and completed spots/videos
Maintains master production calendar of all studio bookings and production events
Research, prepare, and edit stock footage and music usage
A H.S. diploma is required, and industry training strongly preferred
Working knowledge of photography or videography required
Minimum of 1-year experience in production, film or related industry
Knowledge of Avid and/or Adobe Creative Suite required as well as familiarity with encoding and compression
Include a link to your reel or portfolio (if applicable)
Please note this is an election cycle position, expected to end November 16, 2018.
GMMB is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, veteran status or any other discriminatory factors prohibited by law.