Senior Producer, Experiential Production

Boston, MA
Full Time
Senior Manager/Supervisor

Senior Producer, Experiential Production – AMP Agency

Remote / Boston, MA; Full-Time

 

AMP Agency is looking for a Senior Producer to join our Experiential Production team and deliver human-first experiences for leading brands such as Wayfair, Amazon, Southwest Airlines, and Edward Jones among others.

 

As a Senior Producer, you are skilled in both producing world-class experiences and leading project teams.  Throughout your career, you have brought to life scalable and custom-fabricated events, mobile tours, pop-ups, tradeshow booths, and immersive experiences.  You are knowledgeable of industry trends and you always have an eye on emerging technologies.

 

You are a leader, a trusted partner, and a subject matter expert.  You have a thorough understanding of how experiences come to life with consumers and brands in mind.  You are innovative and driven by a desire to deliver outstanding results for brands.  You know how to get things done.  You bring big ideas to life and you do it all on-time and on-budget.

 

Requirements/Skills:

  • 7+ years of experience in live event production, planning, fabrication, and execution of experiential marketing programs
  • Active participant in ideation
  • Contributor in meetings
  • Experience owning budgets and timelines for complex projects
  • Experience in a client-facing role
  • Ability to build relationships
  • Ability to lead project teams
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Highly skilled problem-solver
  • Deadline driven
  • Creative and collaborative
  • Knowledgeable of industry trends and emerging technologies
  • Open to travel as needed (20% - 25%)

 

Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with AMP teams including creative, strategy, social media, influencers, analytics, and media to help design, deliver, and manage customer-centric brand activations.
  • Manage and lead all aspects of fabrication for a variety of consumer experiences, working with vendors or fabricators to produce and procure all event elements. 
  • Communicate and align with creative and other teams to ensure that the integrity of the ideas is maintained and client expectations are properly set and delivered; develop specific plans to deliver experiences including materials, dimensions, functions, designs, and digital integration.
  • Holistically lead projects from inception through recap, including developing program framework including, but not limited to: cross-functional and digital integration, fabrication, timelines, budgets, staffing, storage, permits, and program documentation.
  • Identify opportunities to drive effectiveness, efficiency, and scalability.
  • Cultivate relationships with clients - gaining trust, confidence, and new opportunities.
  • Communicate and present experiential solutions to existing and potential clients.


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