- Production Manager - Casual Temporary

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Production Manager - Casual Temporary


Production Manager - Casual Temporary

• Intermediate Level


The Production Manager with the Disney Live Entertainment Broadcast Production team is a seasonal/part-time position, where you will oversee and produce all logistical, technical, budgetary, and operational-related aspects of radio, television, and multi-media broadcast productions, projects, and special media-driven global events.

Category Live Event / On Location Services  Production Manager 
Location Orlando, Florida Area
Time Period Unknown
Posted Date Mar 29, 2023
Start Date N/A
End Date N/A

Job Description

You will report to the Broadcast Producer

Responsibilities/You Will
  • Responsible for constant accurate monitoring of project status as to timelines, schedules, budgets, scope updates, billings, meetings, and any adjustments necessary to keep on time and on budget
  • Responsible for leveraging existing contracts and rates as well as managing the consultants and other key personnel for all projects as directed
  • Provide clear and timely communications to appropriate partners regarding any impact and changes to the overall production schedule
Basic Qualifications/You Will Have
  • Minimum 3-5 years of directly related professional experience with an emphasis in live television, radio, and multi-media broadcast production
  • 2 or more years of management experience
  • Proficiency with various software/computer programs including MS Office suite, Outlook, Internet, Visio, Filemaker Pro
  • Willingness and aptitude for learning and using new software applications
  • Strong multi-tasking, organizational, and time management skills
  • Proven budget and scheduling management skills, with attention to detail
  • Strong verbal, written, and presentation skills
  • Strong coaching, delegation, partnering, mentoring, and negotiation skills
  • Problem-solving and continuous improvement process skills
  • Flexibility with work schedule, including weekends, holidays, and third shift as needed
  • Willingness to travel on various domestic and international assignments as needed, including extensively for Disney Cruise Line
  • Demonstrated strong knowledge of broadcast industry standards, practices, production and post-production technical equipment, labor, and nomenclature
Preferred Qualifications
  • Experience with the process of Special Event planning, including how it is impacted by Broadcast Video Production
  • Proven knowledge and understanding of Disney Live Entertainment policies and procedures
  • Extensive knowledge of Walt Disney World property and the existing entertainment/broadcast infrastructure
  • Professional Broadcast production experience outside the Walt Disney Company
  • Broadcast industry contacts and relationships with key partners, contractors, and vendors
Required Education
  • Associate’s degree in Film/Video Production, VFX production, or production management or equivalent
Preferred Education
  • Bachelor’s degree in Theater, Film, Communications, Broadcast, Design, or other Entertainment or Development-related field

Job Type Part Time  Temporary 
Weekly Limit N/A
Shift Day, Evening
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