A little about us…
Bray Leino is a creative and communication Agency that drives growth through creativenergy, by going beyond, to find the most powerful way.
It’s the way we began back in 1974. Before email, before mobile phones, when London was still 6 hours by road, our founders set up shop in a gloriously rural part of the UK. It’s how we grew into a full-service global agency. And it’s how we still look at the world now.
Creativenergy is the force that makes us think, create and work differently to our competition. It’s what makes us this thriving powerhouse of free-range thinkers, creators and makers. And wherever we are in the world, connects us all back to one common ambition.
To use creativity to make businesses grow.
More about Bray Leino Productions…
With a breadth of skills in-house we produce content across all audio-visual mediums including, but not limited to, consumer and corporate video production, TV, cinema, social content, OOH, broadcast sponsorship & radio.
Day to day we work closely with our award-winning Creative Team to bring their visions to life and our Client Services Team to help deliver the best outcomes for our clients. We also work alongside external production houses and suppliers to produce work of the highest standard, using craftmanship and artistry from across the industry.
About the role…
As our Agency Producer you will be working in a team of six, with one direct report. You are integral to the smooth running of the production department. Ensuring the very best possible translation of ideas into film/stills/audio mediums including broadcast radio and podcasts.
You will oversee the entire production process, from concept to final execution and delivery.
Championing the Creative Team, finding the very best ways to bring their ideas to life in line with the brief, objectives and budgets, to an exceptional standard
Supporting the work of in-house editors and camera operators
Working with, and seeking out new, preferred suppliers including production companies, animators, visual and audio talent
Devising and managing the production budget for larger jobs, and the associated administration, in accordance with agency procedures
Working alongside a central finance team to track department budgets and ensure smooth financial running for suppliers and clients
Copy playout across TV, VOD and Radio
Liaising with Clients alongside Client Services Team
Personal and professional development of direct report
About the person…
The role requires laser-focussed attention to detail and second-to-none relationship skills – you will be working with talent across our business, the production industry, and some of our most treasured clients. Ideally you will have your IPA Production Essentials certificate, but we will be able to support you in achieving this if necessary. You will be passionate about your craft, keeping up to date on the latest techniques, equipment and possibilities of broadcast channels and content production including stills photography. You will have demonstrable experience of working on multiple productions, being highly proficient at project management, logical thinking, creative problem solving and negotiation.
And in return…
25 days’ holiday, increasing to 29 after 2 years’ service + Plus Bank Holidays
Company pension scheme, with enhanced Employer contributions after 1 years’ service
Medical Cash Plan – including employee assist programme, contributions to dental, optical, physio etc.
Employee Discount Scheme – an online platform for all staff offering a variety of discounts at various shopping outlets, gyms etc
Electric Car Purchase Scheme, via Salary Sacrifice
Outstanding training and progression, including access to LinkedIn Learning and The Mission Group Learning Management System
Employee referral scheme
Regular staff social events
Company Christmas closure
Long service awards
Cycle To Work scheme
Mission Share Scheme
We are proud to be a Disability Confident Committed (Level 1) Employer. As a Disability Confident Committed Employer we have committed to; ensure our recruitment process is inclusive and accessible, communicating and promoting vacancies, offering an interview to disabled people who meet the minimum criteria for the job and anticipating and providing reasonable adjustments as required.