Permanent | London | £60,000 | Job No: 728
£55,000 – £65,000
Are you looking for your break in Virtual Production? We’re looking for the right attitude, a willingness to learn and some experience in film production or real-time VFX.
Who will you be working for?
You’ll be working with an independent studio that specialises in visual and creative design for some of the largest live productions in the world. They have now created a state-of-the-art Virtual Production volume in West London, where they provide backdrops to live-action which can be captured in-camera, providing various creative and practical benefits. They work with some of the leading content producers to deliver projects across the film and TV markets.
What will you be doing?
As the Virtual Production Producer, you’ll ensure that the crew fulfils the production’s creative vision ensuring projects are delivered on time and on budget, whilst ensuring the work is of the highest quality, whilst managing and developing the client relationship.
- Working alongside the VP supervisor’s and sales ambassadors to educate clients, equipping them with the required knowledge they need to undertake a VP production, often for the first time.
- Undertake panel discussions and speaking opportunities to push the uptake of VP
- Develop, negotiate and document the scope of work and critical paths for specific project deliveries
- Breakdown briefs and develop the approach for shooting the production on the MARS volume. Providing clients with budget estimates and schedule requirements
- Estimate project budgets and initiate cost controls for each production
- During production, serve as principal client contact for non-creative issues, tracking and reporting progress of work, budgeting and negotiating cost of work, and delivering cost/schedule changes to ensure clients are updated as needed.
- Manage crew performance, capacity and aid the VP supervisor with the supervision of assigned project staff.
What do I need to apply?
You will ideally have a good understanding of real-time VFX pipelines, computer hardware & networking, camera tracking systems and pre-visualisation.
- Experience with VFX, Film or Television production
- Basic knowledge of Unreal Engine and practices within film production
- Previous experience working on-set
Why you should apply!
Unlike most roles, we’re not looking for someone who can tick every item on a job description, we’re looking for someone who is looking to progress their career and wants to learn and develop their career in Virtual Production. If there’s something you don’t know they’ll teach you, through their bespoke Virtual Production training program.
If you’d like to learn more about this opportunity please contact James!