Job: Producer/Project Manager, ATS Heritage

Producer/Project Manager, ATS Heritage

£30k+ DOE

Clanfield, Hampshire

ATS Heritage is looking for an exceptional Producer/Project Manager to join the team to deliver multimedia projects. You will be joining the UK’s leading provider of multimedia guides, audio guides and mobile apps for Museums, Galleries and Heritage sites and working with a growing creative team of writers, producers, directors and editors.

Responsibilities and duties

You will report to and work alongside the Senior Producer and Project Director, as you become more experienced in the role you will be expected to manage your own projects. Responsibilities include:

Create, evaluate and oversee the budget for each project
Develop and implement detailed project plans (Microsoft Project or similar) to ensure projects are delivered on time
Manage the relationship with the client and all stakeholders
Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors – these may include script writers, recording studios, voiceovers, actors, media editors and other creative professionals
Attend and document project meetings with clients and third parties
Manage the priorities of the internal team of editors and software developers and review their performance
Perform project risk management
Establish and maintain effective relationships with third parties/vendors
Quality check and proof scripts, audio, videos and digital outputs
Schedule, attend and direct studio recordings with voice over artists and other talent
Organise and attend film shoots. This can include everything from casting to sourcing costumes and props, writing risk assessments, arranging the shoot schedule and shoot logistics
Source and license external resources e.g. images, footage and music
Suggest creative or practical changes to scripts or storyboards to help improve production value and maximise the available budget
Provide monthly financial forecasts for senior management
Work with the sales team to estimate quotes for new clients and attend interviews and pitches as required
Work with the support team to deliver content updates for existing clients.

Qualifications and skills

Bachelor’s Degree in the arts or humanities is preferred but graduates from other backgrounds will be considered.
Minimum 2 years’ experience in a project or events management role
Excellent written and spoken communication skills
Proficiency with Microsoft Office package
Ability to manage budgets and schedules effectively with minimal supervision
Excellent attention to detail and willingness to be creative
Knowledge of or interest in history, art and/or music a plus

ATS like to employ people with strong personal qualities, in this role we are particularly looking for someone with initiative, who is methodical in their approach and has the ability to communicate well – and have a creative flair.

Please send a covering letter along with an up to date CV to This round of applications ends on Wednesday 14th December.


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