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Job title: Junior Producer
Organisation: Marshmallow Laser Feast (MLF)
Salary: £25,000 – £30,000, dependent on experience
Location: London, UK, remote
Marshmallow Laser Feast (MLF) are looking to recruit a Junior Producer into the team. You will be at the beginning of your producing career with a desire to work at the bleeding edge of immersive storytelling. Someone that enjoys a multi-discipline approach, with a basic understanding of the development and production processes. You will have some experience working across at least one of the following sectors – arts, science, theatre, visitor experiences and technology.
MLF are looking for people who are calm and kick-ass in equal measures, with a firm but flexible approach. These will never be project-management-only roles, so we are looking for creative thinkers who have the passion and energy to ensure the work is best in class.
Every project has a unique workflow and pipeline, no two days or projects are ever the same at MLF. They don’t do things by the book, they aren’t constrained by what’s been done before, they push boundaries and give it their all. This way of working is not for everyone but if you are intrigued, excited and feel that MLF vibe in your bones please read on.
The projects you will manage will span the diverse nature of MLF’s business being a blend of their own artworks, government funded innovation and branded commercial projects.
Being a junior role we’d expect you to manage a portfolio of the smaller projects in the organisation, focusing on repeat work and managing some of the touring IP while you gain experience. We also anticipate that on occasions you will assist the senior producers on the larger projects.
You will be comfortable being the pivot point between clients, partners, direction, development and management, supporting the Creative Directors and the company to deliver best possible work.
Day-to-day you will be running a portfolio of 2-4 projects and their associated teams as well as maintaining client relationships; project documentation, budgets, scheduling, solving problems and keeping the projects on track.
The projects will for their most part be produced remotely, with occasional requirements to work from their studio in London or onsite in the UK with the potential for occasional international travel.
For a full job description and to submit an application, please visit:
Closing date: Wednesday 11 May 2022
– Holiday at 25 days per year (plus bank holidays all pro rata)
– Flexible working options and childcare friendly practices
– Initial 12 month contract, with 3 month probationary period
– Pension contributions
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