Bookings Coordinators primarily work in post-production therefore they must have a deep understanding of post-production processes. They know what equipment the post-production company has, as well as what facilities are available. Booking Coordinators can allocate, organise and monitor the flow of the technical and creative people involved. They often work closely alongside the Producers, assisting them with the administrative aspects such as invoices and confirmation forms.
Bookings Coordinators are often responsible for handling several accounts, working with a range of clients both internal and external, as well as being the first point of contact for all bookings. They can schedule and keep up to date with all ongoing tasks and know the personnel responsible for both creative and technical tasks. The hiring of technical equipment and post-production suites may also be required during the post-production process. Often a Booking Coordinator role is a great starting point for people who want to become Producers as it involves many of the same skills and duties.
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If you would like to enhance your project, here at Yellow Cat we have a wide network of talented Booking Coordinators to suit all client needs. We have a rich talent pool for clients to hire both freelance and permanent Booking Coordinators.
For more information regarding Booking Coordinators, their market rate (salary and day rate), and the availability of freelance Booking Coordinators, please contact Lucy@yellowcat.london or give us a call on 020 7580 7333.