Senior Creative Producer

Denver, CO
Full Time
Mid Level



Who You Are

You’re a born problem solver and a believer in healthy processes. You admire quality creative work and efficiency equally: you get your kicks advocating for good ideas while keeping things running like clockwork. You’re that rare transcendent being that lives at the corner of driven and personable. You’re the Senior Producer we’re looking for, and we want you on our team.


What You’ll Do

As a Senior Producer at Madwell, you’ll be working alongside our strategy, creative, client services, social, technology, and media teams to shepherd a steady flow of productions from conception to delivery, always ensuring that Big Ideas don’t dwarf business goals—or get sidelined by the bottom line. You’ll also work closely with our Production Directors and our VP of Production to help evolve and implement new and stronger processes, keeping projects productive and healthy over time.


Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Production Expertise

  • Excels at producing 360 integrated campaigns (e.g., experiential/stunt, traditional paid media, social, photo and video, website)
  • Able to work with a Production Director to lead a content (photo or video) production from pre-production through final delivery
  • Familiarity with talent management, usage, and licensing best practices for engaging with business affairs partners 
  • Experience evaluating creative ideas of any kind and recommending vendors and resources to bring ideas to life
  • Familiarity with paid media best practices and on the forefront of digital technology 


Scope & Project Management

  • Responsible for creating estimates, scopes, and change orders that go out to assigned accounts to ensure consistency, accuracy, and compliance with client-level contracts
  • Able to partner with our Client Services team and advise on complex scopes independently, engaging leads to gain clarity where necessary
  • Partners with Client Services to forecast revenue/resources
  • Manages resource allocations at the project and/or portfolio level
  • Keeps project and task management tools up to date 
  • Able to develop complex timelines across all disciplines and ensure they are kept up to date 
  • Responsible for recapping internal meetings and ensuring next steps are clear and actionable 


Communication & Collaboration 

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Able to create and deliver internal presentations; Leads meetings with ease
  • Adept at handling sensitive client and internal communications
  • Effective at conflict resolution
  • Develops strong relationships with other discipline leads in order to ensure alignment across teams
  • Able to adjust management style to the specific needs of the team and/or situation
  • Knows how to strike a balance between building consensus and forcing a decision, if necessary
  • Active partnership with the Client Services lead and project teams to optimize project performance


Critical Thinking/Problem Solving

  • Proactively sets realistic delivery expectations based on understanding of goals, feasibility, and client expectations
  • Proactively identifies potential challenges before they occur
  • Partners with team leads across all departments and presents solutions to foreseeable challenges
  • Brings solutions and ideas to the creative team to enhance their ideas 

Where You’ve Been

  • At least 5-7 years as a Producer or Project Manager, ideally at a
    creative agency

Lines of Report

Reporting to: Production Director/VP of Production 

Direct reports may include: Associate Creative Producer or Creative Producer 

Madwell Values

  • Has an independent spirit and takes initiative to experiment
  • Demonstrates an open mindset
  • Engages with empathy and embodies a work ethic that makes us stronger when we work together
  • Covers for others when necessary and lifts where others cannot
  • Recognizes that sameness is not a strength and supports and welcomes a diverse perspective

Our Diversity Commitment

We celebrate diversity in our employees and we’re committed to building a safe and inclusive workplace environment where we all can thrive. We’re proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Don’t meet every single requirement? Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single qualification. At Madwell we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace, so if you’re excited about this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply anyways. You may be just the right candidate for this or other roles.

Salary Range: $110,000 - $149,999

* This is a hybrid role, you must be located within commuting distance of Denver, CO or Brooklyn, NY to be considered for this role.*


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