Pocko

Agent & Producer

Job Added: 03 June 2019
Applications Close: 03 July 2019
Level: Senior, Mid-Weight
Contract: Full Time
Based: London
Salary: Undisclosed
Website: pocko.com
Twitter: @pocko_lab

Pocko is a creative communications consultancy and artist agency based in a gallery in Dalston. Amongst many things we represent outstanding illustrators, animators and photographers. We are dedicated to helping artists to thrive, and to matching clients with the very best talent, with over 18 years experience producing content and providing services for the art, culture and communication fields. Our clients include Apple, Adobe, Samsung, Prada, Nike, Adidas, Vogue Japan and Monocle.

We are currently looking for full time Agent & Producer to cover maternity leave to promote and manage the production of projects with our illustration, animation and photography rosters, with the possibility to continue the role further.

The ideal candidate will have experience managing artists, negotiating fees and producing spectacular illustrated, animated and photographic content. Demonstrable experience with animation and social media would be advantageous.

You'll have excellent connections throughout the communications industry and the drive and enthusiasm to seek and win new business & clients, keep up to date with current trends, industry related news and competitions, and will contribute to the activation and growth of the company.

We are a small team with a positive can do attitude, ideally we'd be looking for someone with a spark of imagination and a good sense of humour when under pressure, who is confident and loves our roster!

This is a fantastic opportunity to work in a creative company, and make your mark producing exceptional content with amazing talent, building the profile of our agency within the creative and communications industry.

It is a 9-10 month contract with the potential to make this a permanent role. Salary dependent on experience.

How to apply

Please send a CV and cover letter to [email protected] with the job titles as subject.