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To be responsible to the Head of Drama for the origination, editorial, production and financial management of a range of competitive, imaginative and innovative programmes. This will involve juggling a variety of projects at different stages of development and production. To work with the established executive & editorial team shaping the future activity of Drama Production, to take an active role in leading the department and to help manage the career development of the department’s talent, both on-screen and off-screen.
• To be accountable for ensuring that programmes deliver on time and budget and to an editorially high standard. This includes (in conjunction with the Producers, Production Consultants and Line Producers) setting realistic budgets, scheduling and monitoring progress on programmes, anticipating problems and taking appropriate action.
• To put together balanced, creative production teams, taking management responsibility for key roles, winning and maintaining trust, being accessible and dealing effectively with any issues that arise.
• To be aware of and nurture Producer Talent and production talent in the freelance market.
• To work flexibly on programmes as and when required by the department.
• To be responsible for setting and maintaining production/editorial standards; to take responsibility for legal and editorial issues and to ensure all programmes are delivered editorially compliant.
• To nurture relationships with artists and be aware of new on-screen talent.
• To comply with policies on equal opportunities and diversity and to apply the principles of the policies when carrying out the role.
• To ensure all production staff undertake the relevant Editorial Compliance training.
• To be accountable for the maintenance of health & safety standards throughout the production process
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• To understand and communicate the needs and views of the Head of Drama, the Creative Director, the department and viewers
• To take a proactive role in generating and developing creative and original ideas for new programmes, to encourage others to have good ideas, to develop and realise them and to effectively package these ideas so that they can be pitched to commissioners.
To identify appropriate writers for projects and to establish good working relationships with them. To maintain and nurture those relationships ensuring that key writers keep bringing us their ideas and keep working in the department.
Professional Knowledge and Skills
• Excellent track record as a highly experienced Drama programme maker, displaying strong programme-making skills and experience of prime-time television production.
• Experience of successfully managing a production team and awareness of employment practices including diversity, appraisals, conditions of service.
• Awareness of current audience research, topical issues and the strategies and needs of channels
• Understanding of the international market, co-production and commercial opportunities in all media.
• Good working knowledge of production and post-production processes, techniques and technology including online
• Sound understanding of the broadcasting industry and output
• Awareness of programme budgeting, costing and forecasting procedures, and current market costs of internal and external resources.
• Sound knowledge of editorial and commissioning processes
• Knowledge of editorial guidelines and strategy and regulations relevant to programme making e.g. artists’ rights; copyright; insurance requirements. Familiarity with Health &Safety Guidelines & responsibilities