Production Coordinator

An award winning documentary and commercial company based in Orange County seeks an experienced in-house production coordinator. It is a plus to have a variety of experience in the documentary and advertising/commercial industries, but we are also very open to a qualified candidate in a related industry that requires excellent project management skills. Examples of related industries would include Event Planning, Still Photography Production Coordination or Project Management.

As we are a growing and independent film/video production company, we produce a wide variety of media. This role requires someone who can multi-task and enjoy learning new tasks. We are looking for a professional who is a team player, extremely organized and proactive, provides excellent customer service to clients, is skilled with research, detail oriented, a problem solver, and a great negotiator. The ideal candidate is also financially resourceful, an independent worker and thinker, capable of juggling many tasks and multiple projects at once; someone who is not only a great communicator but loves a challenge.

Responsibilities would include: coordinating with clients and helping to provide a top-tier client experience, hiring crew, on site scouting, negotiating equipment and stage rentals, scheduling shoots, budget tracking, payroll, purchase orders, organizing crew travel, obtaining releases, production research, special research projects, and general project management, etc. You would be working closely with and reporting directly to the CEO and President of Aperture Films, Ltd. and another in-house production coordinator in the office.

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