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Project Manager - Digital/Social

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This Project Manager role is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a London Social Creative Agency who specialise in the youth culture space.  They have a very creative vibe and are working with a range of fashion and beauty clients, someone with a bit of background working in this sector would be ideal.

The Project Manager will manage and oversee key clients and projects across design, digital marketing and production.  Must excel at completing projects within their budget, managing the timeline, contracts and final delivery.

To establish project timelines you will work closely with team leaders, providing a weekly summary of project progress for external and internal parties, where necessary. You will create status reports for kicking off projects to be updated throughout, to be reviewed by management and clients; the PM will report directly into the Business Manager.

You will be managing exciting digital campaigns that will require attention to detail and excellent organization, from kick-off to delivery, while also helping to improve overall organisation and seamless processes for project delivery.

 

Essential Requirements:

  • Ideally will have at least 5+ years previous agency or in-house experience (digital focus)
  • Can easily lead various projects and teams in parallel
  • Previous experience as a Project Manager that includes timelines, statement of work, contracts, production schedules, and resource allocation
  • Experience within projects on website, digital, social, content and strategy
  • Excellent experience with budgets and finance management; need to be able to manage quotes, budget projects, and negotiate with third parties and vendors
  • Ideally you will have experience overseeing budgets over £100k
  • Proactive, excellent attention to detail, excellent at problem-solving and quick thinking
  • Must have clear communications skills, good at building internal and external relationships
  • Upbeat and high energy, with a focused, “get it done” attitude, good at motivating
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You must have a European passport or UK work visa to apply.

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Deputy Head of Creative Development (Maternity Cover)

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02/08/2019

Sonia Friedman Productions (SFP) is a West End and Broadway production company responsible for some of the most successful theatre productions in London and New York.  Since 1990, SFP has developed, initiated and produced over 160 new productions and together they have won a staggering 48 Olivier Awards including a record-breaking 14 at the 2014 Awards. In 2017, SFP won 9 Olivier Awards for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the most awards ever received by a single production in Oliviers’ history. The company has also won 33 Tonys and 2 BAFTAs.

We are looking for an exceptional individual for the post of Deputy Head of Creative Development (Maternity Cover), which will present an opportunity to join SFP in a fixed term position to provide immediate maternity cover for the duties of SFP’s Head of Creative Development. The successful candidate will have experience working within, or with, a theatre production company, helping to shape the artistic output of the company and nurturing the process and progress of development projects from the early stages of creation towards production.

Key responsibilities will include:

Creative Producing: To work closely with Sonia Friedman in the selection and commissioning of projects. To be able to draw upon one’s own in-depth knowledge of the industry, both established and up and coming talent.

Dramaturgical Support: Providing professional critique of scripts, workshops and productions. Keeping abreast of work within and fostering relationships with other arts organisations in London and further afield.

Creative Liaison: Liaising and meeting with contacts across the breadth of the industry to instigate and progress development projects towards green-light.

Rights Deals and Contracts: Negotiating option and commission deals.

Development Coordination: Organising and running readings, workshops and castings for development projects.

The ideal candidate will:

Have an excellent knowledge of theatre, both historical and current, and its practitioners

Have a proven interest in creative producing.

Have relevant previous experience, although not necessarily in the same role.

Have excellent literacy, communication and computer skills.

Be highly organised and remain calm under pressure.

Have a flexible approach to work and an ability to work to deadlines.

SFP strives to be an equal opportunities employer.

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Midweight Designer

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The London office of a digital and brand transformation agency is looking for a strong Midweight Designer with digital skills to join their close-knit award-winning design team, working across all of the studio’s clients and sectors.

The ideal candidate will be able to confidently come up with ideas and execute them across a variety of digital and offline applications, such as websites, campaigns, content creation, branding and identity systems. You must be a designer with a strong craft and attention to detail, but also a very creative thinker with the ability to take a brief from conception through to execution, whilst clearly demonstrating the simple emotive ideas at the heart of your work. You will be strategically-minded and commercially astute, heavily and actively interested in the sector and this agency’s place within it.

Our client is looking for a bright, energetic and enthusiastic designer who will add real value to a small team. A natural communicator, you will be comfortable interacting with clients to understand their specific needs, building strong client relationships in the process, as well as collaborating with other members of the team. This will include mentoring one or two more junior designers.

 

Essential Requirements:

  • Strong experience working with well-known B2B and B2C brands, with a wide variety of target audiences.
  • A fantastic portfolio of top-quality digital design that shows flair and great design ideas across a range of digital and offline platforms.
  • Expertise in the Adobe Creative Suite and Sketch
  • Ability to develop and craft typography and illustration
  • Active invested interest in the design and technology sector
  • Ability to problem solve, and adjust to changes quickly
  • Strong leadership skills and the ability to manage and mentor less senior members of the design team
  • Ability to work collaboratively with wider account and project teams
  • Confidence to present and pitch creative and strategic concepts, both internally and to clients
  • Experience leading client workshops
  • Strong organisational and time-management skills
  • Naturally curious with a passion for the outside creative world and proactive in keeping up to date with creative and digital developments.
  • A valid UK/EU passport

 

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Videographer Freelancer needed and cameraman hire

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www.freelancecameramanhireuk.co.uk are looking for a motivated individuals with can do attitudes. a real passion for filmmaking and creation in general is desired

We are Looking for 

Photographers

Animators

Audio and Video Equipment Technicians
 

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PR INTERNSHIP

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Are you passionate about the PR world and hungry to learn more about the lifestyle/arts/fashion industry? Are you interested in global media and not afraid at leaving no stone unturned in order to build media contacts?

If so, our fabulous team here at RANKIN is looking for someone like you! 

Located in London, RANKINwork with world-class and emerging talent across film, photography and publishing. 

Come and join this unique organisation that thrives in delivering spectacular work time and time again. 

This is an extremely valuable role where you will work alongside our talented PR and Productions teams by offering key support to their busy day to day and by helping them securing amazing, global press coverage across the Rankin group.

This is a paid internship on a fixed-term contract (FTC) for 6 months.

At RANKIN we want to change the world, would you like to join us in our quest?

Your day at Rankin

You will assist the PR team with the research of essential facts and the search and expansion of new media contacts.

You will support the team with the management of events and RSVP lists.

You will help formulate press coverage documents and assist with the press releases and/or boilerplate texts.

You will also support our Production desk with their ongoing admin, shoots, castings, go sees and any general research needed for their projects.

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Degree/course in Media/Communications/PR or similar.

Understanding of the current trends in the media industry.

A strong communicator with the ability to build relationships across and outside the business.

Excellent writing and organisational skills.

Capacity to work efficiently and remain cool-headed when working against deadlines.

Ability to multi-task whilst maintaining high standards of work.

An affable and personable nature with a good team spirit.

A second language would be ideal.

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STUDIO ASSISTANT - INTERN

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Above National Living Wage
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9/8/2019

jobs@rankin.co.ukSTUDIO ASSISTANT - INTERN

No task too small, no dream too large.

The RANKIN Group are looking for Studio Assistants to support our busy teams. This opportunity is pitched at internship level and is a genuine opportunity to get involved in and gain experience in the studio aspects of our business.

The role reports into the Studio Manager and is designed to support the Studio team with their daily and ad-hoc tasks as well as with the occasional challenges that arise on a regular basis.

This position is ideal for those who have a genuine passion for photography and/or film, but who have little professional experience or may not have had an opportunity to work professionally within these areas before. 

The role is about making sure our studio is running smoothly, that employees and client have a great experience and that our work environment is one that proudly reflects who we are.

This is a varied and ‘hands on’ role, which requires an extremely organised, level-headed and positive person, comfortable in a busy and demanding studio environment. Responsibilities across the studio and the larger business range from ensuring the studio is super tidy and other tasks typical to a Runner, to helping with the organization of client meetings and/or photo-shoots. 

The role also requires a degree of flexibility as you may be asked to start early, finish late and/or work over the weekend.

A degree in film production or photography would be ideal but is not a must. As long as you are a hard-worker, conscientious and quick learner type of person with a can-do attitude and a drive for a career in the photo or film industry, we would love to hear from you! 

The role is for 6 months and is paid above National Living Wage. As such you need to hold the right to work in the UK. 

We cannot guarantee permanent employment following the end of the internship, however, we will normally attempt to keep in contact with those individuals who have demonstrated the right aptitudes and attitudes during their time at RANKIN with regards to any potential opportunities that may arise in the future.

Your day at RANKIN 

  • Preparing and maintaining the studio, including Styling, Kitchen and Studio to a high standard.
  • Maintaining a clean and tidy workplace throughout the day.
  • Daily maintenance of meeting rooms for all visits (including flagging any tech issues, stocking up on supplies, clearing the space, etc.)
  • Returning studio to a high standard at the end of each shoot.
  • Assisting the production teams on and off set.
  • Key holder duties will include opening and closing the space.
  • Covering Reception when needed.
  • Organising Catering for Clients

Skills and requirements:

  • Full driving license and confident executive driving in London. Role may include executive and van driving. 
  • Some knowledge of photography, lighting, studio equipment, film production, post production and software would be highly beneficial.
  • Can do positive attitude – ready to muck in.
  • Demonstrable passion for photography and/or film.
  • Demonstrable respect for our brand.
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