Experiential Producer (Snr to Exec)

Brooklyn, NY
Full Time
Bankrobber Projects
Experienced

Who We Are

Bankrobber Projects is a Brooklyn based, full-service experiential agency, taking campaigns from ideation to execution… and beyond. Check us out at bankrobberprojects.com 

We’re a Sibling company of Madwell, a full-service creative agency headquartered in sunny Bushwick with sister offices in Denver and Hong Kong. Get to know us at Madwell.com.

Who You Are

You love events, and the transformative power of a public moment.  You’re a born organizer and believer in a healthy process. You’re experience obsessed, knowing how to turn creative into living, breathing products & experience: 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 Experiential Producer we’re looking for, and we want you to join our team.

What You’ll Do

Day to day, you’ll work in close collaboration with the Managing Director, Head of Experiential, Account Director, Creative Leads, our in-house Fabrication Shop plus vendors to oversee each project from inception through completion. You’ll be charged with working within a framework to build a positive experiential process, working with team leads across a wide variety of skill sets and expertise to build lasting, globally relevant, world class events.  You possess an exemplary command of production skills including: communication, organization, budgeting, and strategic implementation. 

Specifically, you’ll be:

  • Working with internal teams and clients to define and achieve project goals
  • Proactively communicating project status so team and client are informed, ready, and able to execute
  • Working across the organization, including with our parent company Madwell, inhouse fabrication teams, content creation & filmed production teams.
  • Conducting general event planning and pre-production from our office in Brooklyn and then potentially travel to one or more locations to oversee the work
  • Engaging and managing vendor relations including crews, production resources & infrastructure, installations, content creation, permitting, security protocols, and more 
  • Implementing and maintaining process and managing client deliverables, including change orders, required to maintain scope of work
  • Coordinating on-site team and managing both production schedule and run of show  
  • Owning documentation such as proposals, scoping new work, production schedules and budgets 

Our Must-Haves

  • An unshakeable desire to be a creative problem solver 
  • The ability to turn amazing creative ideas into reality 
  • Past experience with large scale experiential activations 
  • Ability to own budgets 
  • Availability to work weekends if needed leading up to event 
  • A willingness to travel, as well as the ability to work onsite in the Bankrobber offices 
  • An easy, thoughtful manner and calm under pressure
  • The ability to clearly articulate your ideas, both verbally and in written form

Where You’ve Been

  • 6 - 10 years years as an experiential producer or event planner
  • Experience working in a full-service creative agency a plus
  • Experience working with an in-house design team a plus
  • Experience working directly with Fabrication studios
  • Budget management experience with direct financial responsibility, ownership, and accountability to others. At the senior manager level, budget experience should be at and over $1 million

Interested? Then Please:

  • Your CV
  • A nontraditional cover letter letting us know why you want in on Bankrobber 

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. We encourage future Madwellians from traditionally underrepresented and underserved communities to apply.

No phone calls or recruiters please.

 

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