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Film Site Coordinator Job Description
Purpose: The Film Site Coordinator will act as the hospital’s point person between film productions, vendors, and hospital support services to organize, facilitate, and execute film projects with minimal to no disruption to regular facility operations. The Film Site Coordinator will provide administrative support and supervision for the Transformation Department and manage office functions including: inventory management, billing/invoice creation, cost center reconciliation, maintaining office records, managing support services, maintaining film floors, and participating in technical site walkthroughs. Additionally the Film Site Coordinator, under the supervision of the Transformation Department, will manage all outside vendor communications and requests including any changes to facility infrastructure or operations.
Essential Job Functions:
· Assist the Transformation Department in all aspects of project coordination as needed
· Manage Support Services requests as they pertain to Engineering, Security, and Environmental Services
· Prepare and maintain all documentation for each production
· Supervise all productions and vendors onsite from project start to end
· Prepare billing documents and maintain detailed record of Revenue/Expense tracking
· Maintain communication between hospital and vendors
· Coordinate all facility activities impacted by onsite productions
· Manage all film-related inventory
· Bachelors’ degree required, or equivalent education and work experience. Master degree preferred.
· None required, 1 year of experience in project coordination preferred.
· Microsoft Office - Basic
· Interest in Healthcare and Film industry a plus
· Excellent written and oral communication skills
· Excellent organizational skills and the ability to prioritize multiple tasks, projects and assignments
· Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy
Job Type: Per-Diem
Hours per week:
· 3 – 4 days/week; 30 – 40 hours/week depending on length of shoot