The production coordinator is a member of the below-the-line production staff, which refers to all crew members on a TV show or film who are not the creative principals of a production, and reports to the production manager. The production coordinator manages production assistants, or PAs—the people who perform the more menial jobs like running errands on a set.
Making movies and TV shows may seem glamorous, but the reality of the work is often the opposite. The production coordinator is a demanding but vital behind-the-scenes position that makes sure the show goes on.
Production coordinator is responsible for:
- The production coordinator lets the crew know where they need to be and when (call times).
Scheduling and transportation. The production coordinator tracks schedule changes and arranges for transportation.
Supervise PAs and assistant production coordinators. The production coordinator delegates tasks to PAs, like running any errands necessary for the film’s production.
Run the production office. The production coordinator orders supplies and equipment for the production office; manages the phones and administrative emails; works with the production accountant to ensure bills are paid; assists in on-boarding new hires; and publishes call sheets and production reports.
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