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12 December 2010, 03:43 PM

MPC is looking to recruit experienced VFX Producers to work on a number of exciting feature film projects due to begin in the coming months.

Key Producer Responsibilities:

* The Producer role carries significant responsibilities both internal and external to the facility. From the bidding process through to driving a production schedule and managing a budget, being effective in this role is crucial to a well organised project.
* Forming a partnership with the VFX Supervisor to carefully manage both the client relationship and internal team priorities while always ensuring the best standard of work is being produced at all times.
* Representing MPC as the key client liaison on the project, handling this responsibility and relationship with diplomacy and professionalism.
* Working closely with the Production Manager to create and drive a schedule of deliverables and accurate resource requirements over the project duration.
* Managing show budget and finances.

Skills and experience:

* The ideal candidate will have proven experience as a Producer on feature film projects in an established VFX facility.
* Proven ability to manage and cater for client expectations is essential.
* Business acumen and an ability to balance financial responsibilities and negotiations in what is at times a very demanding environment.
* Thorough understanding of CG production pipelines and post production in general is essential.
* Outstanding organisational skills and attention to detail coupled with exceptional people skills and the ability to work within a team environment.
* Strong skills in communication both written and verbal.
* Good understanding of Filemaker Pro and Excel.

Salary: Competitive remuneration package
Location: London
Application Closing Date: Ongoing recruitment

This is an exciting opportunity to work in the dynamic world of visual effects. If you are interested please apply online.

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