Job type full-time
Benefits pulled from the full job description
401(k) dental insurance health insurance paid time off vision insurance
Full job description
Mcveigh global meetings and events is a unique blending of corresponding services (venue sourcing, logistics, association management, sponsorship sales, audio/visual, production and air travel management) that provides the mice industry with a centralized platform to fulfill meeting and events business needs on a global scaleMcveigh global meetings and events deep expertise and dramatically expanded scale provides clients end-to-end event and meeting management across diverse industry verticals.
As a producer, you will manage all aspects of event production from conception to executionThis can include developing concepts and ideas for the event, managing operations and production logistics, directing full-time and temporary staff and coordinating technical and production aspectsSupporting in venue sourcing, vendor sourcing, detailed budgeting and scheduling are also key responsibilities.
Depending on the scale of a project, the producer will either lead or be a support functionFor some projects, the role consists of end-to-end deliverablesIn larger projects, a senior or executive producer will identify lines or specified areas of focus – ieTalent management, vendor management, trucking logistics, schedule management or stage managementThe goal of the producer is to not only execute events, but also fine tune the production skillset required to become an executive producer – whether technically or creatively focused.
Creative management & integration
During the initial stages of the event, the producer participates in ideation, collaborating with creative, art and technical directors to generate concepts and brainstorm ideasThe producer is responsible for supporting in the developing a plan for the execution of these ideasThey will also review and edit project and event proposals from other team members to ensure feasibility and execution logisticsThe producer is responsible for delivering feasibility feedback to creative teams that outlines clear possibilities, limitations and next steps based on realities of venues, timing, and budgetDeck building and proposals are a key part of the production processUnderstanding how to properly propose ideas and information is a key to success as a producer within an agency.
Sourcing & vendor relationships
The producer is responsible for contracting vendors and staffing of all sortsFrom venues to av equipment and labor to specialty catering, entertainment, and talentThey ensure the execution of the creative concept for the event by sourcing the appropriate vendors, talent and technical staff that can do the job according to the needs of the project, in line with mgme and client expectationsThe producer may be asked to source vendors based on location, pricing considerations, specialty, or other parametersVenue options are often shared in decks with internal and client stakeholdersProducers should be comfortable in building simple proposal decks from start to finish.
The producer is responsible for budgeting as it relates to event-specific elements – ieAv, staging, décor, creative technologies, temp staffing, food and beverage, etc- and overall project budgetThe producer should have a full understanding of pricing templates, profit goals and must maintain an understanding of client specific msa and limitationsAt mgme, budget responsibilities are shared between account managers and producers, depending on the scope of the projectThe producer should have a firm grasp on estimating standard elements based on experience and/or leverage relationships with vendors to get quick-turn pricing as neededThrough event execution, the producer needs to maintain organization of the budget, invoices and cost-to-date for client updates and forecasting overages.
· creative concepting and an understanding of creative process
· support and execution of events, meetings & experiences
· estimating, budgeting and reconciliation
· source new vendors and establish relationships
· working closely with internal teams to develop event production plans
· venue searches & site visits
· scheduling & logistics planning
· problem solving and value engineering creative ideas
Education and experience:
· bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
· at least 3 years as an associate producer or production coordinator
· experience with direct client communication
· agency experience
Skills and behaviors:
Creative and analytical thinkers, producers are capable of handling quantitative and technical duties while also using their eye for design to implement the visual aspects of an eventThey juggle many different tasks and collaborate with a wide range of teams in order to oversee events, so they must be highly organized, great communicators with the ability to prioritize many different simultaneous tasks.
· attention to detail
· problem solver
· self-driven & accountable
· understanding of basic technical production fundamentals
· strong communication abilities; written, verbal, idea sharing
· ability to inspire others and work effectively with a team
· effective organization skills and dedication toward process
· ppt (or keynote)
· adobe suite (bonus, not required)
· audio / visual knowledge and understanding
Job type: full-time
Paid time off
Monday to friday
Work location: remote
Hiring 1 candidate for this role
Posted 30+ days ago