Tea Britt Project, LLC is a creative media company committed to the creation of highly-differentiated, premium content, founded in 2002, by filmmaker Tanecia Britt who designs media for living across many different forms and formats (video, film, new screen media) to scale as thriving independent filmmaker.
We’re looking for a swiss army knife-esque, ready to dive in - Associate Producer to join our growing team. You must love start-up culture, feel energized by team-oriented environments, and have an all-hands-on-deck attitude.
If you’re looking for an opportunity to explore the broadest range of possibilities; to both deepen your skills and stretch your existing talents in new ways; to take real ownership and responsibility for projects; to help invent new genre-defining media/technology properties; to be a respected member of a creative cross-disciplinary team; to be inspired and delighted by the media you work on; to be mentored by a range of experienced colleagues; and to be part of a low-ego, high-collaboration, “all hands on deck” startup environment, this job could be perfect for you.
You will be at the center of Tea Britt Project's production team, focused on upcoming production projects. This is an enriching opportunity for a candidate excited to roll their sleeves up, work, and most importantly, network. Tasks would be research, development, production, post-production, and delivery of cutting edge media. The focus will be on production.
Lead the audio assembly, editing, and revision process for highly produced podcasts, ads, and special projects
Oversee fact checking and transcription resources to support show production
Collaborate with show executive producers, producers, writers, and partners to gather and incorporate notes.
Contribute editorial recommendations to help fine-tune show film projects,
Participate in creative ideation, brainstorming, and support
Manage production timeline and prioritize activities to complete multiple shows at once.
Be service oriented with internal and external partners
Bring a possibility thinking mindset to all aspects of your job. This includes: ‘No job too big or too small,’ ‘all hands on deck’ and ‘we can find a way’ mentality.
Knowledge of editing video/audio
Proactive problem-solving skills and experience as a self-starter in taking on projects
A ferocious appetite to research and figure out tasks you may not be familiar with
Experience organizing media assets, directory structures and awareness of post-production workflows
Time management skills to coordinate multiple producer’s projects
Effective communication with in-house and outside client partners
This is a Contract position, based in the Washington DC area.