Live Event Producer

6 days left

£30000 - 40000 per annum
31 Aug 2017
30 Sep 2017
Diane Carters
Full Time
Contract Type
Job Role
Event Producer
A leading live event production agency is seeking a Producer to be responsible for all aspects of communication, scheduling and budgeting of large-scale events. The ideal candidate for this role must have proven experience within a similar strategy marketing organisation, production company or live events agency. You will be familiar with the conference and events industry. The Executive Producer must be enthusiastic, dedicated, and willing to work long hours and some weekends as necessary. You will be an excellent communicator, a team player and an all round great team leader with good business sense and excellent problem-solving skills.

Other responsibilities will include:
  • Understanding the issues involved in the technical delivery of the event and ensuring that these are properly addressed in both timelines and budgets
  • Fully briefing the Production Manager
  • Producing detailed proposals for events including direct oversight of timelines, venues, suppliers, legal obligations, staffing and budgets
  • Working with the Creative Director and/or Head of Studio to ensure adequate and appropriate creative resources are scheduled and available
  • Leading the production team on-site, ensuring everything is running smoothly
  • Building and maintaining new and exciting client/supplier relationships
  • Preparing internal and client debrief reports
  • Planning and co-ordinating room layouts and the event programme, scheduling workshops and seminars
  • Identifying and securing talent, speakers or special guests
  • Co-ordinating all staffing requirements and managing staff briefings

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