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Operations Manager

New York Apply now
The role of Operations Manager is to correctly resource and maintain the creative department, through the knowledge of different artist capabilities and history, the tracking of projects from quoted to scheduled, and the supervision and leadership to colleagues within their team. The role requires an application to an Operations career path, in order to develop a keen understanding of talent skillsets and career expectations to support the Head of Resource and Heads of Department to deliver and maximize the potential and creative output of the department.


  • Provide support and training to scheduling team in areas of talent and kit utilization.
  • Provide detailed understanding of artist skillsets to advise best team allocation for Production.
  • Provide feedback on best utilization of equipment to Head of Resource and Head of Department.
Resourcing Infrastructure
  • Responsibility for suitable and accurate artist resourcing of projects.
  • Identifying artist shortages on project.
  • Ensure the efficient running of the New York studio, through correct liaison with engineering and facilities in order to deliver excellent client service on projects. e.g. Kit moves, hire kit requests (via Head of Resource), suite allocation etc.
  • Prompt and accurate delivery of information both upwardly to managers and to peers.
Commercial Operations
  • Knowledge of individual P&L and understanding of how your actions directly correlate to its success.
  • Accurate scheduling to ensure quoted vs delivery is on budget.
  • Ability to hire freelancers and negotiate rates.
  • Run and help co-ordinate Outsourcing of work.
  • Impartial perspective for artists in your team when it comes to scheduling to aid career progression.
  • Ensure the accurate reporting of freelance numbers to Head of Operations and Commercial Manager.
  • Management of Holidays/Doils usage and allocation.
  • Assist HODs and Head of Resource in gathering suitable feedback for artists.
Key Performance Indicators 
  • Accurate resourcing of projects.
  • Timely completion of tasks.
  • Utilization of suites and building.
  • Doil and holiday management.
  • Accurate collation of feedback on artist performance

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  • Doug Kent

    Vice President and Head of Broadcast Sound and Localization, US

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Doug Kent

Vice President and Head of Broadcast Sound and Localization, US

This is a big and rewarding job that sees me leading a team of 60 creative and administrative people making the world safe for comedy and drama. On a day-to-day basis, my team oversees sound editors, re-recording mixers, Foley artists, schedulers and project managers for about 30 episodic projects at any one time.

I love a lot about my job. I enjoy the creative talent, the clients, the rush of weekly deadlines but most of all I enjoy being in the midst of the creative process. Technicolor is a place where creativity and technology meet. I really enjoy being at the intersection.

Technicolor has best-in-class horsepower and clout. That combination of resources has built the finest post-production sound facility on the planet and afforded me the opportunity to give my clients great creative talent and technical solutions.

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