- Coordinator, Production (NatGeo)

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Coordinator, Production (NatGeo)


Coordinator, Production (NatGeo)

• Emerging Level


National Geographic’s Production Department is responsible for producing well over 100 hours of programming per year. The team is seeking a Coordinator to provide overall administrative support to Executives based in Washington D.C. and NY.

Category Production Coordinator 
Location Washington D.C. Metro Area, Greater New York City Area
Time Period Full Time
Posted Date Aug 05, 2022
Start Date N/A
End Date N/A

Job Description

  • Maintaining busy calendars, phone support, updating databases, and collaborating with employees across NatGeo
  • Interact with a wide variety of internal executives and employees and external clients.
  • Coordinate business travel, including trip logistics and itinerary, meeting coordination and remote support
  • Compile and submit Travel & Expense reports
  • Schedule and set up conference calls, teleconferences, and web-based meetings
  • Familiar with video technology conferencing equipment
  • Prepare Power Point and/or Keynote presentations
  • Maintain call logs, contacts, and records of meetings
  • Provide editorial research as requested
  • Generating and distributing PNFs as well as agendas for meetings as needed
  • Mentoring department interns
  • Maintain production unit program lists, spreadsheets, and databases. 
  • Disseminating documentation on a weekly basis, provide data summaries as required and create presentations with the data as needed.
  • Coordinate with other departments to make sure they have the materials they need to support our programming
Basic Qualifications:
  • Skilled in PowerPoint and/or Keynote, Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Experience with Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro or other non-linear video editing software, and Photoshop
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to manage calendar and travel arrangements
  • Ability to assume responsibility, function effectively in team environment or independently, with minimal supervision
  • Detail oriented and organized
  • Demonstrated proactive problem-solving skills
  • Willingness to work a flexible schedule with advanced notice, to accommodate overtime as needed
  • Ability to function in an environment with competing and changing priorities
Flexibility and willingness to learn new skills
  • Proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.  
  • Experience with Final Cut Pro or other editing software, and Photoshop, a plus
  • Knowledge of production and post production process, and able to make editorial suggestions that improve quality of programming
Required Education:
  • B.A. or B.S.  Minimum of one year specific in a TV environment.

Job Type Full Time 
Weekly Limit N/A
Shift Day
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