Off Camera is hiring!
Off Camera chronicles the iconic artists of our times through long form conversations about craft, creative curiosity, and commitment to the artists life. For four years, we have been producing a television show, podcast and magazine dedicated to revealing the process behind the art, and the human behind the icon.
We are looking for talented, hardworking, curious and kind people to join our team. At Off Camera, we are a small group of people who all contribute ideas, share titles, and multi-task to make the best show we can. Our staff consists of people who love creative problem solving, and who work well in a collaborative environment.
Currently, we are seeking a front office manager/bookkeeper/ production coordinator who can maintain all calendars (shoots, travel, personal), booking crew for shoots, handling all accounting, handling production coordinating duties on set, filing/ maintain paperwork, handling post production tasks, answering phones, some personal assistant duties and general office upkeep. (we seek a multi-dimentional smartie-pants!).
Here’s what you’ll do:
Manage the front office of Off Camera and be the first point of contact for the show.
Manage the calendar and scheduling for the partners, and for the network.
Handle bookkeeping, invoicing, bill paying, and payroll
Manage shipping and customer relations for the Off Camera store
Communicate with clients and agents
Here’s what you have:
A passion for the show we are making and for the philosophy behind it (you must love your job and be excited to be a part of it)
Proven ability to self start and also work collaboratively
Attention to detail
Great written, verbal, and analytical skills
Experience in bookkeeping, accounting, payroll, and invoicing
Ability to organize and motivate others
Understanding of Mac and Apple systems, Quickbooks, Excel, Word
A car/insurance/proximity to West Los Angeles/Santa Monica
Please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, please give us a few paragraphs about the question below:
Can you describe a workplace situation which details how your unique skill set and intangibles makes/made you an invaluable part of a team?
Please reference Office Manager in the subject line of your email.
Thank you, and we look forward to hearing from you!
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