Provide crewing and recruitment support to the facility. Oversee crew contract renewals to ensure adequate crew available to production. Manage and maintain the central schedule to ensure that our crewing needs are being met, whilst remaining economical. Identifying additional crewing needs and implementing recruitment campaigns based on the findings.
- Reviewing turnover and end dates of productions in order to evaluate crewing needs
- Implementing recruitment strategies
- Contacting candidates and undertaking interviews
- Reviewing timesheet entries to ensure they are accounted for and inputting the totals into internal bid-tracking software
- Meeting with HoDs to discuss long term and short term crewing strategies
- Maintaining applicant database and ingesting new candidates
- Representing Milk where necessary at recruitment events, further building our talent database
- Share and disseminate information on individual artist performance and general welfare between HR and Production
- Co-ordinate first-day activity for new hires
- Relaying to senior management/production any forecast models, commenting on potential crew sizes and providing capacity insights
- Pushing artist holiday requests through the approval process
- Liaise with finance to ensure that new starters are set up with payroll
- Provide resource insights to finance and production, including capacity reports/occupancy percentages, sickness/holiday reports, weekend work reports etc.
- Thorough understanding of the VFX Pipeline
- Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel
- Minimum of one years experience within a similar role
- Ability to multitask and prioritize
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Must be able to remain level-headed in a fast paced environment
- Be able to work with a diplomatic approach to sensitive and confidential operational information
- Knowledge of Shotgun
- Previous experience within a Production team
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