Job Details

Tiger Aspect
Job title
Production Management
Postcode of work
Closing date
12 May 2022 
Experience required
Working days
5 day week 
Additional days
Date posted
09 May 2022
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About the Company:

Tiger Aspect Productions, part of Banijay UK, is internationally recognised as one of the UK’s most successful and prolific independent television producers. Producing high profile, multi-genre content for both UK and international audiences, key productions include Peaky Blinders (BBC One), The Good Karma Hospital (ITV), Domina (Sky), Hitmen (Sky One), The Other One (BBC One), Man Like Mobeen (BBC Three), and Jack Whitehall’s Travels With My Father (Netflix). Our programming is built on our relationships with the best on offer in UK talent. The company’s belief in nurturing and supporting creativity on every level means that Tiger Aspect consistently attracts the ultimate in on-screen, writing and production talent.


About the Role:

Providing assistance to the Head of Production and Production Executive across Comedy & Entertainment, providing general administrative support – raising & issuing contracts, archiving tapes, assisting with Productions and development team’s taster tapes, updating monthly schedules/ slates.


Providing effective and efficient admin support for the Comedy Production and Development team helping to ensure the department runs smoothly. You will be responsible for scheduling diaries, organising meetings with commissioners, production talent and screen talent, as well as hospitality and travel arrangements.


Production Responsibilities

Assisting on development taster shoots at the request of Development Executives and staff. This includes coordinating and arranging all logistics of travel (i.e. car hire and train travel), hotels, crew hire, and providing petty cash.


Organising in house production events including, writer’s rooms, readthroughs and screenings.


Updating production schedules and keeping track of where productions stand.


Logging deliverable drives and making sure they are backed up with IT.


Provide support through the initial pre-production phase before a production team is in place including checking production talent availability and issuing deal memos.


Logging production documents as they come in from the production offices.


Acting as the point of contact for productions starting up – ensuring access to buildings, IT set up and welcome packs.


General post-production support as required.



PA Responsibilities

To maintain and manage the diaries of the Head of Production(HOP) & Production Executive.


Provide admin support for the HOP & Production Executive – including typing documents, raising & issuing contracts, general correspondence, photocopying, binding, filing, and archiving.


Setting up & maintaining archive of Comedy & Entertainment development & production information for HOP & Production Exec.


Work with the department runner to ensure that clients and visitors are greeted professionally, and refreshments are provided as required.


Arrange meetings with commissioners, production talent & screen talent.


Arrange departmental meetings and prepare meeting packs as necessary.


Organise travel arrangements in the UK and overseas.


Field calls and deal with general telephone enquires that come through to the department.


Be responsible for data management including maintaining paper and electronic filing and archiving.


Finance Responsibilities

Assist the HOP and Production Executive in maintaining the General Development Cost. Manager in PMI, by consistently ensuring all expenditure is costed to the correct department.


Reconcile expenses of HOP’s and Production Exec’s credit card and keep a record of all expenditure.


Reconcile expenses for HOP and Production Executive.


Reconcile floats given out on development shoots.


Knowledge & Skill Requirements:

Proven experience working in a production role.


A strong knowledge and understanding of the Comedy & Entertainment genres and the production of such programmes.


A highly organised and flexible approach to work.


Excellent time management including the ability to prioritise workload.


Fully developed IT skills, including high proficiency in Word and Excel.


A proactive self-starter who is used to working on their own initiative.


Strong interpersonal skills: the ability to communicate confidently and clearly, both verbally and in writing, with both broadcaster and external contacts.


A team player with a willingness to take the necessary initiative to get the job done.
Closing Date: 12th May 2022


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