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Job Introduction

***You must be authorized to work in the United States to be considered for this role.

As a Sales Delivery Coordinator on the BBC Studios Learning Team, this individual will be responsible for contributing to our annual sales goals by completing research projects from a variety of clients in the education marketplace.  This individual must work well in a team situation and be extremely flexible as the nature and scope of this job requires multitasking and meeting deadlines on a daily basis.

Role Responsibility

  • Responsible for the execution of daily client research tasks including researching content in multiple databases, rights clearing content, and submitting research to clients in a timely fashion
  • Identify relevant video segments, contributors, locations or archive material etc. collate and assess information from various sources, and ensure that legal, compliance and copyright requirements are met
  • Handle a variety of projects with competing deadlines and time demands
  • Maintain clear project & scheduling documentation
    Digital abilities in video, stills, file formatting, and media management systems
  • Responsible for producing invoices through SAP for all processed jobs
  • Administrative tasks such as pulling reports, maintaining lists, etc. 

Scope & Impact

  • Responsible for maintaining the Media Asset Management system by adding/removing content as needed, tagging content with proper metadata and ensuring the content is catalogued in a well-organized manner
  • Track rights and usage for all projects and recording this information in our database

Relationships

  • Work closely with the Senior Project Manager and Sales Delivery Coordinators to ensure client deadlines are met
  • Communicate with client on project needs, status, and feedback

The Ideal Candidate

Behaviors

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Research experience is a plus

Knowledge & Skills

  • Familiarity with Adobe Premier, Final Cut Pro, or other editing software desired
  • Organizational, data entry and spreadsheet skills in Excel and Filemaker Pro or other customer databases a plus

Professional Experience

  • College Degree in Media Studies, Communication, or Film/Video Production preferred
Job ID 36573814224 Date posted 20/09/2022 Location New York, New York, United States
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