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Production Manager


 This opening is about 70% remote but does require that you are within commuting distance of NYC for the in-person remainder. The PM will primarily drive the pre-production and production processes, for our broadcast, filming, virtual, rental, and internal events. Supervised by the video producer, you will be the administrative and production support for TWT Technical Crew and Event Planning team. Experience in crewing, shoot schedules,  contracts, communications, and on-set logistics is a must. Experience in some A/V operations is preferred.   


  • 4+ years of Production Management experience
  • Experience in pre-production, event planning, and admin 
  • Excellent communication (written and verbal)
  • Diplomacy and quick problem solving
  • Solid working knowledge of Google applications
  • Solid working knowledge of Microsoft suite of applications
  • Working knowledge with ShoFlo ROS software 
  • Working knowledge of helpful
  • Tech-savvy, fast learner of new tools
  • Impeccable attention to all details 
  • Must thrive in a fast-paced work environment and have the ability to multitask 


  • Update all production workbooks and tab documents
  • Maintain production budgets docs and bookkeeping 
  • Manages events tracking documents 
  • Maintain org-wide production hub document 
  • Oversee the GM’s scheduling and timelines of all production meetings such as kick-off, check-in, ROS, and pre-show meetings 
  • Assess and contract outside crew based on production needs
  • Create and maintain production schedules for preset, rehearsal, shoot, and show days
  • Book additional scripting and rehearsal meetings when needed
  • Coordinate A/V rentals
  • Communicate crew needs to the GM regarding crew meals and crew room bookings
  • Oversee ancillary virtual guest A/V shipping with the Associate Tech Director
  • Produce aspects of the TWT Virtual Technology when needed
  • Function as the primary contact for all talent on virtual events including link delivery
  • Oversee rental contracts and COI with the GM
  • Oversee the building security needs for contractors and comply with building facilities protocols
  • The ability to Operate Cue Lab or Livestream software is a plus
  • Assist with various production & admin elements related to the theater, as needed

Because the TED World Theater event schedule can vary from month to month, this position requires a semi-flexible schedule, and the ability to adjust office hours to compensate for working evenings a few times per month, and (on rare occasions) weekends.

This is a part-time contract until Jan 2022 and then moves to a full-time 40 hours a week position soonafter. Contract wraps in June 2022. The start date is flexible. Salary based on experience. Please send a cover letter and CV along with any questions. Interviews will commence early Nov.

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