National Geographic’s Production Department is responsible for producing well over 100 hours of programming per year. The team is seeking a Coordinator to provide overall administrative support to Executives based in Washington D.C. and NY.
Washington D.C. Metro Area, Greater New York City Area
Aug 05, 2022
- Maintaining busy calendars, phone support, updating databases, and collaborating with employees across NatGeo
- Interact with a wide variety of internal executives and employees and external clients.
- Coordinate business travel, including trip logistics and itinerary, meeting coordination and remote support
- Compile and submit Travel & Expense reports
- Schedule and set up conference calls, teleconferences, and web-based meetings
- Familiar with video technology conferencing equipment
- Prepare Power Point and/or Keynote presentations
- Maintain call logs, contacts, and records of meetings
- Provide editorial research as requested
- Generating and distributing PNFs as well as agendas for meetings as needed
- Mentoring department interns
- Maintain production unit program lists, spreadsheets, and databases.
- Disseminating documentation on a weekly basis, provide data summaries as required and create presentations with the data as needed.
- Coordinate with other departments to make sure they have the materials they need to support our programming
- Skilled in PowerPoint and/or Keynote, Word, Excel, and Outlook
- Experience with Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro or other non-linear video editing software, and Photoshop
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Demonstrated ability to manage calendar and travel arrangements
- Ability to assume responsibility, function effectively in team environment or independently, with minimal supervision
- Detail oriented and organized
- Demonstrated proactive problem-solving skills
- Willingness to work a flexible schedule with advanced notice, to accommodate overtime as needed
- Ability to function in an environment with competing and changing priorities
Flexibility and willingness to learn new skills
- Proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
- Experience with Final Cut Pro or other editing software, and Photoshop, a plus
- Knowledge of production and post production process, and able to make editorial suggestions that improve quality of programming
- B.A. or B.S. Minimum of one year specific in a TV environment.