The Production Manager is responsible for management of production-related planning, logistics and budgets for NFL Media. The Production Manager will work in a collaborative fashion with members of NFL Media Production and Programming staff as well as cross-department members (e.g. – Production, Operations, Finance, Human Resources, etc.) to ensure strategic planning and decision-making regarding budgetary and operational execution.
A member of the team in strategic planning for productions to include budget development, technical staffing, production schedules and oversight of logistics.
Manage, monitor, and track the daily budgetary oversight for all show components including staffing, design plans, and all logistical operations along with assuring proper daily communication between the Crew and the Production Management department.
Continually work with various departments (NFL Media Production, Production Administration, HR, Accounts Payable, Finance, Vendor Maintenance Office, etc.) to ensure all NFL Media policy changes are properly communicated and executed.
Ensure accurate maintenance, reporting and forecasting of assigned production-related budgetary status, results, and statements on a quarterly basis. Identifying to senior team, areas for budget risks and opportunities.
Fostering the collaboration with the other internal departments and external entities to maximize efficiencies (e.g. - Digital, Operations, etc.).
Collaboration with other department leaders to execute programming and production creative efforts for all productions.
Assist with logistical & budgetary development, analysis and execution for new production initiatives and ideas.
Other duties as assigned.
Salary / Pay Range
This job posting contains a pay range, which represents the range of salaries or hourly rates that the NFL believes, in good faith, at the time of this posting that it might be willing to pay for the posted job. The NFL expects to hire for this position near the middle of the range. Only in truly rare and exceptional circumstances, where an external candidate has experience, credentials or expertise that far exceed those required or expected for the position, would the NFL consider paying a salary or rate near the higher end of the range.
Bachelor's degree in Communication or equivalent required
Experience managing a team
Minimum 5 years of experience working in a production environment
Proficient in MS Office products such as Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
Knowledge of Oracle, Kronos and Concur is beneficial
Other Key Attributes / Characteristics
Prior production experience with knowledge of football a plus
Ability to work some evenings and weekends
Ability to handle multiple projects in a fast-paced environment, excellent organization and communication skills, strong time management ability
Ability to lift up to 25 lbs.
Some remote production travel may be required
Terms / Expected Hours of Work
40hrs a week; availability for late nights, early mornings, weekends and holidays as needed.
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