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Manager, Physical Production


Manager, Physical Production

• Intermediate Level


The Manager, Physical Production is responsible for managing the studio’s relationship with show production Supervisors and Coordinators as well as internal department heads, while ensuring that Lucasfilm’s slate of feature films and streaming content are compliant with all required policies and procedures.

Category Production Manager 
Location United Kingdom
Time Period Full Time
Posted Date Jun 27, 2022
Start Date N/A
End Date N/A

Job Description

This is a Maternity Cover Fixed Term Contract.


• Manage office space availability at the studio and on location for research and development phases of new films and/or streaming content.
• Liaise with Pinewood studio regarding occupation and condition of allocated
• Oversee and manage relationships between studio departments and productions as it relates to Compliance training.
• Work with Creative, Finance, Legal, Post & external production teams on establishing key production schedules and workflows.
• Provide Lucasfilm leadership to film project/show coordinators, defining and providing clarity on their day-to-day responsibilities, ensuring policy consistency between shows.
• Manage the updating of feature guidelines on an on-going basis, including new SVOD policies.
• Manage film project meetings with studio departments and filmmakers with emphasis on keeping current policies consistent across shows.
• Work directly with productions and studio legal teams to ensure cast and crew compliance with travel and health policies.
• Approve and track document access for production and studio members.
• Guide and influence crew and supervisors on films, to ensure compliance of all feature Production policies and procedures, checking in with them on a weekly basis.
• Utilize existing and new relationships with other departments to coordinate resolution of Production issues quickly and efficiently.
• Perform ad hoc/special projects for production executives as required.

Basic Qualifications:

• Professional work experience within a film Production or Studio environment preferred.
• Must be able to efficiently juggle multiple projects, establish priorities, and thrive within a fast paced and high-pressure environment.
• Ability to work collaboratively with diverse personalities and work styles.
• Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, strong decision-making ability and attention to detail are required.
• Strong knowledge of MS Office, including Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook and Adobe Acrobat Pro.
• Bachelor's Degree in film, art, theatre, communications or related field, or equivalentexperience.

Job Type Contract  Full Time 
Weekly Limit N/A
Shift Day
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