Manager, Media Production
This job is located in City of London, Greater London, England. (map)
If you are a focused, bright, self-motivated, creative problem-solver, joining The Pokémon Company International (TPCi) is a great opportunity to work with a solid brand in an innovative environment. By joining TPCi, you will become part of a diverse team of talented, enthusiastic people who enjoy the benefits of working for the fastest-growing global organization in the kids’ entertainment industry. Our people set us apart from many organizations. And thus, WE VALUE OUR PEOPLE. If you think the same way and this sounds like the environment in which you thrive, join The Pokémon Company International! Be part of the winning team and lead the way to a exciting, engaging future for both yourself and our worldwide audience of players and collectors.
This role will involve managing media assets and delivery across multiple countries, interfacing with TV production partners and broadcasters, managing delivery schedules and acting as media point-person for the UK office. The Production Manager will receive and deliver assets for both internal and external communications and coordinate the communication process, facilitating improved communications between the US and UK offices as well as media partners. The Production Manager will also be responsible for other media-based project management/coordination work, based on business needs. This position will have two direct reports and will work closely with the U.S. Producer and Media Production team.
• Ensure asset receipt and delivery for animation production assets, coordinating with the home office and studio in the United States as well as production contacts and broadcasters across Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
• Manage internal approvals and/or development of all localized assets for each region. Assets can include but are not limited to scripts, voice talent, art, music, and glossaries. The Production Manger works closely with dubbing studios as well as internal brand and sales teams.
• Manage production and delivery schedules across multiple territories; ensure all parties adhere to set schedules.
• Prepare, update, and disseminate reference documents, including music cue sheets, international broadcast schedules, glossaries and other databases.
• Maintain quality control over all localized assets delivered to broadcasters. Obtain confirmation that localized assets meet internal approval, abide by broadcast standards for each region, and conform to individual delivery specifications.
• Collaborate with Legal and Media Sales Teams to ensure necessary rights for all show elements are cleared on an individual, regional basis.
• Seek to optimize and simplify processes as they are developed, maintaining a focus on continual improvement.
• Required to maintain excellent working relationships with production partners and broadcasters. Experience and knowledge of television production and localization required.
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
• Excellent communication skills
• Significant professional localization experience.
• Awareness of and sensitivity to cross-cultural issues a must.
• Demonstrable time-management and project-management skills
• Ability to handle a variety of assignments, balance priorities and meet deadliness is essential
• Familiarity with television media, formats, technical terminology
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
• Proficiency in Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint
• Foreign language fluency a plus.
• BA, BS Degree and/or equivalent professional experience
• Must be able to travel domestic and internationally
• Operate at a level to accomplish the tasks by all possible means
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Posted by a user at pokemon.com on Sunday 24 June 2012