25 May 2017 | by Gemma Chadwick

We are offering an incredible entry-level opportunity to join a bright and vibrant Creative Event Agency based in Windsor, Berkshire

With future growth plans we are now looking to recruit a Production Co-ordinator to join our team. The right candidate will work with the production department, supporting across various activities. With a focus on the delivery of creative briefs and ensuring that the event process runs smoothly from start to finish.

Key responsibilities include;

- Assisting the Production team throughout the production process  
- Liaising with suppliers and contractors
- Assisting in the creation of budgets and obtaining supplier costs
- Proofreading design and artwork including amends 
- General administration
- Onsite event assistance 

We are ideally looking for candidates who have experience working in theatre, AV or events production.  It is important that there is a desire to learn and develop new skills. There must also be a desire to  further understand the application of Audio-Visual systems and production technology in the live events industry. However since this can cover such a broad area of skills, we would be interested in candidates who show sufficient aptitude and appetite for the role, and those who could grow into the position over time with training and experience.

It is essential applicants are confident using Microsoft Office applications, particularly PowerPoint and Excel. Experience of using Adobe Creative Suite software is also desirable.

In return we can provide an excellent working environment where you will be supported and be given training where you can grow and progress your career further within the agency.

Competitive salary + Benefits + Bonus

If you are interested in applying for the above role please send your CV and a covering email to gemma@penguins.co.uk

The closing date for applications is Friday 30th June 2017.


Gemma Chadwick

By Gemma Chadwick

Gemma began her career in events back in 2002 when she joined Penguins as an events manager. Since then Gemma has risen through the ranks and taken on greater involvement in the general running of the business. She officially moved away from event operations in 2016 where she assumed the role of Business and HR Manager.More articles by Gemma Chadwick