Tagged As: manager

The Following content has been tagged as "manager"


International Creative Management (ICM)

International Creative Management is a talent and literary agency representing clients in the fields of live performance, music, film, television, and publishing.

Ticket Sales Manager

Overseeing the operations of the box office manager and all staff concerned with ticketing is the ticket sales manager. This person is responsible to the venue owner and operator and may work for a theatrical organization, concert hall, sporting arena, or small live event space.  

Recording Studio Manager

The manager of a recording studio may be the owner of the company, partial owner, or an employee hired to manage the staff and day-to-day operations of business. This individual cooperates with all clients renting space and equipment at the studio, including producers, recording artists, and band managers.

Lighting Supervisor

At a resident theatrical company or on a large touring production, there is usually a lighting department supervisor.

Lead Gameplay Programmer

Combining the expertise of a game designer, combat systems designer, and AI programmer, the lead gameplay programmer is a generalist responsible for the concept and implementation of combat scenarios, puzzles, and gameplay logic.

Online Game Designer

Online game designers are hired to lead a team of artists, programmers, and other designers in the development of online and social games, but also serve as the project leader on the continuing improvement and management of existing titles.

Lead Economics Designer

If you are a hard-core gamer and have an aptitude for financial systems, then the natural combination of your interests and skills would surely make you the ideal candidate for a job as a lead economics designer for web-based games. MMOs like World of Warcraft and popular social gaming brands like Farmville or Restaurant City are built around a virtual economic structure that must be carefully planned and monitored, much like the foundation of a fledging nation or corporation.

Property Master

The property master on a film or television production is responsible for all objects handled by the actors during a scene. This includes food, weapons, household items, office supplies, and intergalactic communication devices.

Production Manager

“Creatives,” or those who are concerned only with the artistic details of a project, tend to have a difficult time editing their imaginations to fit a budget. That is where the production manager comes in; he or she is the keeper of the cash, the parental figure doling out the allowance. A theatrical production or concert consists of numerous departments and technical elements that compete for a slice of the money pie, but must cooperate to put on a cohesive show.