Advertising Coordinator- The Engine Room (12 Months FTC)
Job title: Advertising Coordinator
Responsible to: General Manager, The Engine Room
Department: The Engine Room
Location of work: Kensington High Street
Main Purpose of Role:
Working within Universal’s Engine Room Studios, this role is responsible for assisting in the preparation of Television/online commercials for transmission.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Quality checking and Preparation of Television/online commercials for transmission
- Submission of files to clearing agencies
- Submission of files to television trafficking systems
- Liaising with project/marketing managers in different labels to be ahead of the TV schedule
- Program knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud
- Fully competent on MAC OSX
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Advanced knowledge of Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premier and Adobe Photoshop
- Excellent organization and co-ordination skills
- Genuine interest in all media related software
- A proven track record working within a video editing context (Adobe Premier pro, final cut)
- Knowledge of MS Office including Excel, Word and Outlook
- Good general video knowledge and excellent general computing skills
- Experience setting up cameras, lights and other studio equipment.
- Experience in sending advert instructions via Caria
- Knowledge of adstream or any other advert platform
- Experience working with broadcasters/radio stations
Diversity and Inclusion
Universal Music is an equal opportunities employer. We embrace diversity and are committed to a working environment where no one will be treated less favourably on grounds of their sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion, belief or age.
The company presents this job description as a guide to the major areas and duties for which the jobholder is accountable. However, the business operates in an environment that demands change and the jobholder's specific responsibilities and activities will vary and develop. Therefore, the job description should be seen as indicative and not as a permanent, definitive and exhaustive statement.