Work with us
We’re looking for a Producer
We’ll consider full-time, part-time or job share
Hybrid working, from home and Newcastle city centre office
We’re a Four Day Week company so full-time means 32 hours a week, Monday to Thursday, £23,000-£26,000
We’re looking for a Producer. You might have previously been in Project Management, a Studio Manager, a Client Account Manager or Client Service Support.
Whatever your previous roles, you’ll have exceptional organisational skills, you’re great at building relationships, solving problems, communicating clearly, and staying on top of a range of projects.
Apply by 4 May 2022
Show us who you are! Apply with a CV, letter, audio file, video – whatever - outlining the experience you have that suits the job, plus anything you think we need to know about why you’re the one for us.
Send everything to: Georgia Garland at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who are you?
You’re organised and meticulous. You love to be organised and are excited when you find a way to do things better. You pay close attention to detail and have high standards.
You’re a fixer. You get things done, and if you don’t know how, you find a way. You take a “Yes…and” approach. You make things happen and you do it with style and grace.
You’re a people person. You take time to get to know people, you look to understand and empathise with people, and you always find a way to make our clients' lives easier.
You’re excited about Crystallised and its clients. You’re going to be working with a range of clients from owner-founders to big businesses with a big mission – they need to know you care.
You loudly believe in equality, equity of power and social justice. If seeing this in a job ad makes you wince, then we’re probably not right for each other.
What will you do?
Manage projects from initial idea to final completion
Onboard clients and manage the relationship with them
Liaise with clients to understand their business and project needs
Facilitate the production of content, be that location scouting, filming, press shots, photo calls, press briefings, artist and talent booking
Work with the rest of the Crystallised team to plan work and support delivery of work
Proofread and sense check work before sending to the client
Attend client meetings as part of the delivery team
Use the internal project management system Monday.com to identify and implement efficient ways of working
Proactively adapt internal ways of working to improve output and streamline processes to make our clients’ lives easier
Create and implement monthly deadlines, projects goals, expectations and workflows to ensure a smooth working process with on-time delivery
Some things you need to have:
Experience in using project management systems in a business environment, e.g. Monday.com, Asana, Trello, Basecamp, MeisterTask
Incredible attention to detail
Experience in managing relationships, liaising with different partners, assimilating needs, and finding solutions
The skills to communicate clearly and confidently
Time management skills beyond compare
An interest in marketing or experience in a marketing/agency environment would be lush but it’s not a ‘must have’
What’s the deal?
£23,000-£26,000 a year
We work 4 days a week, Monday – Thursday
34 days annual leave each year + two-week Christmas and New Year break
£1,000 training budget each year
Health and wellbeing support including: £250 wellbeing fund, therapy and counselling, eye tests and glasses
Who are we?
We’re a marketing and communications agency and Certified B Corporation®, working with organisations who want to make people’s lives better. This includes arts, culture, community and entertainment organisations, NGOs, charities, not-for-profits and businesses with a strong sense of social purpose.
We've won a few awards for our big-thinking and thoughtful-doing, which is nice. Our clients and our campaigns aim to make the world a little better, and that's even nicer.
The way we do things and the marketing campaigns we deliver are inspired by the Latin American Spanish phrase, “buen vivir” – meaning a way of doing things that is community-centric, ecologically-balanced, and culturally-sensitive.