You’re a producer. Some would even call you an Executive Producer. Whatever. It means you’re “seasoned.” You know what makes designers and developers tick. You know how clients think. You know all about time, money, budgets and happiness. When you talk, people listen. When you listen, people talk. You know what you’re doing, is what we’re saying.
(Plus you’re a good person who would probably bring an extra cup of cappuccino for the elevator operator on your way to work if this were a movie from the 1950s.)
You’ve spent at least six happy years leading client relationships and internal project teams at a design & technology agency, or a similar organization. (A pirate ship, for example.) You’ve managed a team of producers for years, and no one has been seriously hurt. You’ve worked directly with the big bosses, and made a real difference on the business of business. It’s been tough, but you’ve survived and always lived to fight another day.
Leadership! You lead and mentor our scrappy team of producers, and guide them in everything they go through — timelines, budgets, SOWs/contracts, scope management and such.
Tricky situations! You’ve got a knack for operating smoothly through them.
Clients! You make sure clients love us — you figure out what they want, what they need, and how we can best help them get it.
Discerning eye! You’ve got it. You know what strategic, beautiful and effective work looks like, and you know how to make it happen.
Workflow! Resourcing! You’ll help us run a tight ship by making sure the right people are on the right projects at the right time.
Communication! You have ways of making people talk. To each other.
EQ! You care about people, and understand them, whether it’s your colleagues, your team, or our clients.
Collaboration! You’re not in this alone. You’ll work with our creative people, our business people, our operations people to collectively own the direction and follow-through for the SF studio.
Business Development! You have an entrepreneurial spirit. You find smart ways to grow existing relationships and create new ones. You also know how to smoothly make the transition from potential project, to in-progress client.
Best practices! While we figuring out the best way to work so everybody’s happy (hint: it never ends), you help document how we do it, and help spread the knowledge.
Dirty hands! As our most experienced and skilled producer, you will practice your craft when the opportunity presents itself.
Stuff! You help the rest of us out when needed because that’s the kind of person you are.
We will only consider qualified candidates who are authorized to work in the United States for any employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. Ueno is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Our bright and bustling office in Soma is a hotbed of creativity. We’re just down the street from Twitter, who for some reason still hasn’t asked us to work for them. What’s up with that?
No need to be formal. Just send us your links and we’ll be in touch.