Senior Producer New

Montreal

Offre publiée le 2024-07-02

Thinkwell

Thinkwell Group is a global strategy, experience design, and production agency specializing in the master planning, design, and production of world-class entertainment destinations, major branded and intellectual property attractions, interactive media installations, events & spectaculars, museums & exhibits, and expos around the world.

For over 20 years, our multi-disciplinary teams have created compelling, immersive experiences for a diverse portfolio of clients.

With nearly 2,000 projects completed in 28 countries around the world, Thinkwell has earned a reputation as experts in creating world-class experiences.

We’ve built a deep roster of subject matter experts with extensive knowledge and expertise to help our clients create new, innovative projects.

Our award-winning projects and diverse clients around the world are supported by Thinkwell’s studio teams and offices in Los Angeles, Orlando, Montréal, and Abu Dhabi.

In March 2022, Thinkwell wasacquired by the TAIT Group. TAIT’s global team of planners, creative engineers, fabricators, technologists, and producers is made up of more than 1200 employees in 20 office locations around the world.

By combining forces, Thinkwell and TAIT’s new project delivery structure means greater success in achieving bespoke, world-class, never-before-seen experiential solutions on a grand scale.

Position Purpose

The Sr. Producer, as the company representative and primary conduit to the Client, is responsible for the daily communications with the project's stakeholders, both internally and externally, achieving successful results for the firm and the client through overall management techniques.

They ensure budget accountability and delivering on time.

Essential Responsibilities / Accountabilities

  • Provide strategic and tactical leadership and motivation through calm, dedicated focus and leading by example
  • In partnership with directors and leads, manage the overall schedule and ensure that budgets and resources are spent to high overall ROI.
  • Ensure that the team’s goals and milestones are well understood and are being met. Provide support to the team to remove production blockers and improve efficiency.

Handle and manage complex problems that could slow down the production.

Help identify opportunities for optimizing processes needed for the team’s various disciplines. Identify and clarify areas of ownership and establish roles and responsibilities of the project team.

Ensure that the project goals and the overall vision are clear to the team.

  • Provide timely communication to team members.
  • Ensure meeting notes are recorded when required and translated into a clear and exhaustive action items list.
  • Provide clear, concise communication to the team and to upper management. Missing info as adviser to the client and overall producer (production, content, etc.)
  • Behavioral competencies that are critical to effective performance
  • Experienced at planning and administering
  • Maintained production books documenting all aspects of major
  • Possess a track record of consistently bringing in projects on time and within
  • Skilled at communicating effectively with employees, other departments, outside agencies, and
  • Built a reputation for being reliable, respected and able to foster an atmosphere of
  • Demonstrated ability to write clear, well-thought-out management
  • Strong leader and mentor proven ability to be a successful player / coach

Minimum Qualifications

  • 7-10 years of relevant experience
  • Management background with a bachelor's degree in architecture, design and / or theatrical arts. Architecture, interior design, theme park (design,) experiential marketing, zoo & museum (design,) marketing (agency,) special events, location based entertainment and / or other entertainment design related fields are preferred.
  • Experience working with multiple consecutive budgets from $1M+ budgets

Working Conditions and Physical Effort

  • Extended periods of time working in front of a computer screen
  • Must be able to stand for extended periods of time
  • Must be able to carry
  • Must be able to pull or push

Work conditions of the role are :

  • Work conditions may involve moderate exposure to unusual elements such as dirt, dust, fumes, unpleasant odors, and / or loud noises
  • Work environment involves some exposure to hazards or physical risks which require following basic safety precautions
  • Must be able to wear and properly utilize appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) to work within or visit areas where required.

This includes, safety glasses, reflective vest, ear steel-toed shoes, and other PPE as required by the location.

Role could involve domestic and international travel up to 30% of the time

What are the top 3 TAIT Traits that can best support success in this role? These are not necessarily traits a candidate is best at now, but rather the ones that can fuel results for the candidate once they are in the role.

The TAIT Traits are : Peak Performance, Decision Dynamics, Accountability

Salary Range : $103,000.00 - $157,000.00

TAIT is an equal opportunity employer fully committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran or any other protected characteristic as outlined by international, national, state, or local laws.

Company Description

Thinkwell is a full-service design firm specializing in the master planning and creation of large-scale destination resorts, theme parks, museums / exhibits, live shows, attractions, and other unique experiences.

Thinkwell's innovative approach to concept development, experience design, project management, media, interactive design, and production comes from over two decades of creating engaging experiences and unique storytelling environments for clients worldwide.

Thinkwell believes in original solutions, not off-the-shelf ideas.

Company Culture

Thinkwell's greatest resource is our people - and our diversity of backgrounds, experiences, and talents strengthens our ability to deliver exceptional work for our broad range of clients and end-users.

We believe in an open and collaborative environment, and our office is door-free! We know great ideas come from everywhere, so we strive to create a climate where voices are heard and a habitat in which they can grow.

Working for Thinkwell should be as great an experience itself as the experiences we create for our clients and their guests.

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Thinkwell Group LLC. is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, sex, or gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, pregnancy-related conditions, and lactation), gender identity or expression (including transgender status), sexual orientation, marital status, military service and veteran status, physical or mental disability, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws and ordinances.

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Any employees with questions or concerns about equal employment opportunities in the workplace are encouraged to bring these issues to the attention of the Head of Human Resources.

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If employees feel they have been subjected to any such retaliation, they should contact the Head of Human Resources. To ensure the workplace is free of artificial barriers, violation of this policy, including any improper retaliatory conduct will lead to discipline, up to and including discharge.

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