The Original Series Publicity team of Amazon Studios is seeking a Digital Asset Coordinator to be the primary administrator of the newly developed press site, managing, uploading, and updating key content to the platform on behalf of the studios original series slate. This position will work closely with show publicists and other departments at Amazon Studios to insure that the most up to date and correct content is available to press from around the world for a consistent message in all territories. Ideal candidates are organized, able to multitask, and have a deep understanding of asset and website management, and eager to work in an exciting and fast pace environment.
· Manage the backend of the newly developed global press site for Amazon Prime Video/Amazon Studios Original Series.
· Liaison with series publicists around the world to upload content to the press site, including but not limited to EPK materials, Word docs/PDFs, photos, trailers, etc, and insure content on the site is up to date and be able to flag missing content.
· Coordinate with publicists and Amazon’s post production department to upload episodes of upcoming and current series to screening site for press.
· Approving credentials and access to press who register.
· Work directly with the site developers to trouble shoot and improve the site on an ongoing basis.
· Coordinate and track photos, key art and video assets with photo and marketing departments.
· Create an organized filing/metadata system for assets.
· Coordinate & collect video and photo assets for key industry events such as award shows and festivals.
· Help cover studio events in real time for quick asset approval and delivery.
Organized and Meticulous attention to detail. Excellent spelling and proofreading abilities.
Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer - Female/Minority/Disability/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation
Ideal candidate profile
2+ years in digital asset/website management or coordination and familiarity with below systems/software:
Files received via Box, Google Drive, FTP, Aspera and server watch folders using primarily Windows and uploaded via a proprietary Content Management System (CMS). Word, Outlook, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop (basic skills), Screeners.com, MediaSilo, MailChimp and FileMonkey.