Production Coordinator

Urgent Vacancy Athabasca University Jobs For Production Coordinator
Job Description
Athabasca University Jobs, We are looking for an organized production coordinator to oversee clerical tasks on the set for a TV show or film. The production coordinator ensures that the production follows the planned schedule and budget and that cast members are made aware of call times.
To be a successful production coordinator, you must be able to multitask and work under pressure. A good production cCoordinator communicates well with all crew and cast members to ensure that the production runs smoothly.
Production coordinators start work during pre-production. They set up the production office, organising equipment, supplies and staff. They coordinate travel, accommodation, work permits and visas for cast and crew. They also distribute shooting schedules, crew and cast lists, scripts and script revisions.
A production coordinator (officially called production office coordinator and abbreviated POC) is a unionized position in stagecraft under the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) and is governed in Los Angeles by Local 871.
Production coordinators start work during pre-production. They set up the production office, organising equipment, supplies and staff. They coordinate travel, accommodation, work permits and visas for cast and crew. They also distribute shooting schedules, crew and cast lists, scripts and script revisions.
Job Details

Hiring Organization
Athabasca University

Post Name
Production Coordinator

Qualification
Any Graduate

Industry
Private

Employment Type
Full Time

Work Hours
8 Hours

Salary
CAD 25 To CAD 30 Per Hour

Location
Athabasca, Alberta, Canada T9S 3A3

About Organization
Athabasca University (AU) is a Canadian public research university that primarily operates through online distance education. Founded, it is one of four comprehensive academic and research universities in Alberta and was the first Canadian university to specialize in distance education.
Athabasca University was created by the Alberta government in as part of an expansion of higher education to cope with rising enrolment at the time. In the late , the University of Alberta (U of A) had long been established, the University of Calgary was created through new legislation, and an Order in Council had created the University of Lethbridge.
the Manning government announced its intention to establish a fourth public university, but this would be delayed by three years as the government considered different proposals. The U of A wanted to expand rather than see another university open in Edmonton to compete with it.
One proposal favoured establishing a Christian university instead of a secular one. Another early suggestion was an “Alberta academy” that would take credits students had earned at multiple universities, evaluate them for transfer, and perhaps award degrees. A Department of Education ad hoc group favoured the establishment of a fourth public university.
Job Responsibilities For Athabasca University Jobs

Inform cast members about call times and any schedule changes.
Maintain the production budget.
Organize catering for shoots.
Answer phone calls.
Respond to emails.
Order office inventory as needed.
Supervise production assistants and provide daily tasks for them.

Job Requirements For Athabasca University Jobs

Ability to multitask.
Prior experience in the film industry.
Flexible work hours.
Experience with administrative tasks.

Job Skills For Athabasca University Jobs

Organizational skills.
Verbal and written communication skills.
Leadership ability.
Multi-tasking skills.
Supplier relationship management.
Problem-solving skills.
Seek a related education.
Find on-the-job training.
Excellent time management skills.
Excellent computer literacy skills.
Excellent communication skills.

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