We are seeking a Post Production expert to add to the UCAN Documentary Series Post Production Team in Los Angeles. 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Track and oversee all post schedules, keeping things up to date and well communicated
  • Set up and manage cut viewings for internal Creative Execs
  • Set up, attend and take notes for post production calls and meetings as needed
  • Key point of contact for post with both internal and external teams throughout the process from pitch to delivery
  • Coordinate onboarding new projects with internal Specialists and as needed through the delivery process - i.e QC, localization teams, archiving assets, etc
  • Manage Publicity and Marketing requests and assets
  • Update and manage all relevant information in internal databases - including show info, talent, locations and rates, etc
  • Set up key creative approval sessions when necessary (i.e mix, grade reviews, etc)
  • Set up and schedule legal clearance reviews with Legal Department
  • Support the post managers reviewing schedules, budgets, quotes, workflows as required
  • Keeping up to date with Netflix tools, specs and technologies
  • Attend post events, shows and meetings as required, representing Netflix at the highest standard at all times

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 3-5 years of non-fiction post-production experience in either a project supervising or managerial role.  Documentary experience is a plus.
  • Experience in a fast paced environment overseeing several projects in various points of production (from development through delivery)
  • A passion for documentary content, and a comfort navigating the ever-changing plans that go hand in hand with documentary filmmaking.
  • Knowledge of current trends and workflows for both UHD/4K, Dolby Vision/HDR, and Dolby Atmos.
  • Familiar with professional-grade camera formats and compression and post production tools used during editorial, online, grading and sound post workflows.  
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