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Global Outsource Department Manager

Global Outsource Department Manager

  • Project Details
    The Global Outsource Department Manager is responsible for ensuring that all projects are fully and appropriately crewed with a combination of internal and external resources. They are also responsible for developing, managing and retaining the best artists for our film teams.Working closely with project producers, supervisors and heads of department, the Global Outsource Department Manager will work as part of the Talent and Resourcing Team to ensure that VFX projects are crewed with the best available internal crew. Reporting to the Global Head of Resourcing and working alongside the recruitment team they will also identify what vacancies need to be filled for each show.Key ResponsibilitiesWorking with the Head of Department the Department Manager will liaise with Producers and Supervisors to resource VFX Projects with the best available crew.Set up weekly meetings with show production and supervision to discuss the progress of the work on each show.When necessary, negotiate with Producers and reallocate crew to achieve the best, cross-project allocation of the crew.Take responsibility for crew member inductions to our production workflows and pipeline and ensure that all artists are work-ready from day one.The first point of contact for all crew members, particularly on contractual matters, career development, project allocation and any training needs.Managing multi-site communication between the Montreal and London office to assist the heads of departments.Managing internal department meetings and weekly target schedules.Work closely with other department managers and the Head of Resourcing to manage cross-department communication and workflow.Work closely with heads of departments to create the more appropriate pipeline and structural setups for the department; including setup of show-specific production needs e.g. work stations, software requirements and seating etc.Providing support to heads of departments as needed, organising department meetings and following up when required.Acting as the primary contact for show production regarding the progress of the work, communicating daily with the show coordinators and line producers regarding changes to priorities, etc.Alongside project supervisors or heads of department, conduct performance reviews, delivering effective feedback and constructive criticism.Liaise with show producers to manage any vacation requests and make sure time off is approved by the show.Working alongside the training team to follow through on training and development needs and assist with internal learning events as appropriate.Work with Head of Department and HR to handle disciplinary issues and dismissals.Engage in pay negotiations and maintain pay parity within our teams.Work with the Head of Department to maintain consistency in salary levels and participate in the annual salary process.Work closely with heads of department to ensure teams are well balanced in terms of expertise, experience and skills.Identify vacancies for the recruitment team and work closely with them to ensure that the right candidates are hired.Be involved in the recruitment drive through social media and direct contacts.Work with the recruitment team to drive decision making on candidates with heads of department.Work closely with other department managers in other global divisions (MTL, Integrated Advertising, NY, TTFL) to ensure unallocated crew can be utilised.Work with the HR team in London to ensure understanding of UK employment law and make sure that best practice is followed.Keep artist team's morale high by organizing social and team building events.Job requirementsA thorough understanding of the VFX and CG PipelinePrevious experience with scheduling crew/projectsProblem solving skills, particularly when resolving resources and crewing issuesNegotiation skills and diplomacyA proven ability to establish good relationships with supervisors and an understanding of how to build a successful team around a core; taking into account both skills and cultural fit to the companyStrong attention to detail to ensure all documents and reports are maintained at the highest levelStrong communication skillsPastoral care skills to ensure artists feel supported and have trust in youSelf motivated to take on a broad range of tasks in partnership with HR and recruitment
  • Production Type
    Multimedia (Other)
  • Union Status
  • Location
  • Dates & Location
    Full Time
  • Closing Date
    28th Jan 2022