Post-production managers for television, video, or motion pictures ensure that all tasks in the final stages of a project's production are finished on time and within budget. Their duties and work environment may vary depending on the position, but post-production managers are normally in charge of overseeing editors and other individuals and departments included in post-production. They may work in a wide variety of settings, from an office setting to a production set. Many different types of work are performed during post-production, including editing video, conducting sound design and alterations, and completing computer graphics, among many others.
Post Production Manager, Television, Video, or Motion Picture Tasks
Codify and disseminate best practices and policies, enforcing compliance.
Coordinate staff, freelancers, and edit job schedules to ensure flow of services.
Manage editorial flow and budgets across post-production processes.
Update, maintain, and ensure compliance with metadata standards.