Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Job Vacancy: Story Producer at Coronation Street

Do you have the ability to tell a story? Come and join our team of Producers responsible for working the Storylines and Scripts for Coronation Street.

As we transition to six episodes, Coronation Street is looking for an experienced Story Producer to join our busy hard working team, ensuring that every single one of our episodes are top quality entertainment.

Working to the Producer, Assistant Producer and the Creative Director of ITV Soaps, the Story Producer will translate the programme brief, work with the writing and story/script team to creatively define the style and content of the programme. The Story Producer will liaise with the production team to ensure the correct balance of cast and locations for ease of scheduling and will be responsible for the smooth running of the triple stand system, whilst maintaining the highest quality in terms of content. He/she will be an ideas person, who knows how to structure and tell an exciting story, and can translate that skill amongst your team.

The Story Producer will develop the storylines from conference through to scripts, primarily focusing on long-term story planning, and work with the story team in producing short-term storylines. He/she will co-chair commissioning and story conference with the Producers, and chair regular small groups out of conference with the story and writing team, to maintain constant creation of story and direction for characters.

The successful candidate will join us with experience as a Script Editor or Story Editor with a wide ranging knowledge of television production processes and an awareness of new developments across the media. We will be looking for demonstrable experience of effectively managing, motivating, monitoring and developing a team

Closing date for applications: 4th April 2017 

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