Coordinator, Design and Post Video Production


HAUS is looking to add a talented coordinator to our growing editorial team. In this role you will be responsible for asset management, resource allocation, creative coordination, reporting, and tracking. You are level headed, organized, friendly, and are able to juggle a lot of competing demands.

You will:

  • Prioritize, assign and track large amounts of digital assets
  • Coordinate art work and tasks for design resources.
  • Manage timelines to ensure that deliveries are all on-time or flagged in advance if there is a problem
  • QC all deliveries to ensure that it complies with specs, quality standards and initial notes
  • Manage resource availability and utilization to ensure that no one is over or under utilized
  • Review and enter information into time tracking system for assign resources
  • Help create and establish workflows and identify ways to be more efficient
  • Conduit between HAUS and client to ensure that everyone is always in the know

You have:

  • Excellent communicator, both written and verbal
  • Proactive and self motivated
  • Works well independently but also a great collaborator
  • Able to work in a fast paced environment
  • Eye for detail and takes the time to make sure every box is checked before something is sent through
  • Is a people person and know what it takes to motivate and support your team members while also keeping an eye on the deadlines.

Love to Haves:

  • Background working with editors and assistant editors on video production projects.
  • Experience working with a Digital Asset Management system or similar tool to track assets through an operational workflow
  • Familiarity with Adobe Photoshop, Bridge, and Premiere
  • Entertainment experience working on smaller social and video clips



From making badass digital creative for the world’s biggest brands, to lunch-break sneaker shopping on Melrose, and thirsty Thursdays at the local pubs. We have a family atmosphere because creating together should be fun, or why do it?