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Feature Relations Coordinator – Disney – Emeryville, CA


Company: Disney

Location: Emeryville, CA

  • Full Time

Disney

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • In support of the Acting Feature Relations Manager, act as a liaison between Consumer Products, Interactive, Publishing, Marketing, Creative Services, Creative Content, Publicity, Theme Parks, and Production, disseminating all asset requests and deadlines
  • Point person for retrieval and delivery of assets and reference from production departments to the Legacy groups
  • Support synergistic opportunities within the Legacy teams, watching for duplicate requests
  • Participate in regular asset meetings with the project managers to ensure cross-departmental communication
  • Seek reference for groups, independently when possible, through image catalogues and the production database; when this is not possible, work with the department managers in seeking information, reference or assets
  • Attend weekly Art, Characters, and Sets Director Reviews, Production Staff Checks and clearance meetings, as needed, relaying updates to the Legacy groups
  • Establish a positive rapport with the production staff, communicating relevant information in the spirit of collaboration and mutual support
  • Provide daily support, including maintain database, update wiki pages, and manage calendars with attention to deadlines and conflicts, and additional administrative support as needed
  • Prepare for Producer checks, gathering agenda items and research support

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • At least 3 years of practical experience, preferably as a production coordinator in feature-animation or short-animation film production or VFX production
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in feature-animation production preferred
  • Understanding of production terminology and the production environment. Knowledge of animation terminology and environment a plus
  • Computer literacy and ability to work with database as well as standard word-processing and spreadsheet software
  • Ability to work autonomously and on a team
  • Ability to maintain focus on detailed priorities in a dynamic work environment
  • Ability to self-organize and follow organization system of the department and varying shows
  • Ability to communicate effectively with others in the department, across shows and between Legacy groups
  • Flexibility; ability to adapt to stressful, ever-changing circumstances, situations and people
  • Proficiency with Excel, Word, Keynote and Photoshop; and experience with project-planning applications a plus

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