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Data Producer

Data Producer

We are looking for a Data Producer to join our international production team, working alongside designers and developers. The role requires one year’s work experience as a project manager, producer or similar, as well as a minimum of an honours degree. An enthusiasm for data is a must-have!

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United Kingdom on a full-time basis.

No Recruitment Agencies (please)

About Powster
We are a creative studio based in East London, Hackney Wick with a second studio in
Los Angeles. We are celebrating our 10 year anniversary this year. Our team of developers, designers and producers work across three main products:

1. Official Movie Platforms: we build official movie websites for all the major movie studios and over 150 independent distributors globally.
2. Creative Builds: we work across a range of creative projects, specialising in interactive video, social visual assets, AR and VR experiences for music and movies.
3. Immersive experiences (Powster Labs): high-end and innovative movie-marketing tools enabling movie-discovery.

Powster is recognised as an innovator in digital movie marketing and runs the largest movie marketing platform in the world. Over 500 million cinemagoers visit our movie websites every year.

We like to think anything is possible when pitching. If we haven’t done it before we’ll pull together, work it out and make it happen. We have a diverse and genuinely talented team working across an exciting roster of technical and interactive builds, as well as large-scale video productions.

Enjoy awesome perks such as flexible working hours, gym membership, travel loan scheme, cycle scheme, a plant-filled studio, drinks fridge, table tennis, office dogs, Friday desk-beers and most importantly a friendly and fun team. We also get invites and tickets to movie screenings and events, as well as some of the biggest movie premieres!


What You’ll Work On

As a Data Producer, you will be a principal contact for key studio partners across global accounts. You will be predominantly working as a member of our international production team managing the creation of movie platforms, alongside our Development and Creative teams. You’ll be seen as the key contact for marketing teams across the world, responsible for producing platforms for global entertainment clients, including all the major movie studios.

General Duties and Responsibilities

  • Delivering official websites on time with the correct content and showtimes data
  • Use knowledge of programming languages and design software to design and build our showtimes websites ( experience valued but not essential )  
  • Management of showtimes importer schedules & showtimes schedules
  • Manual data collection where necessary 
  • Managing showtimes data accuracy on platforms including details such as ticketing links and cinema attributes. You will be responsible for ensuring the data is always correct across all showtimes websites by liaising with data partners, data collectors, data collection & managing data editors where needed
  • Data Analysis Reporting using internal analytics dashboards & Google Analytics
  • Project manage, monitor and organise schedules, priorities and budgets, for all data projects
  • Work closely with the wider team to communicate priorities throughout production.


Essential Skills

  • Logical and methodical
  • Very well-organised
  • Reliable, punctual & efficient
  • Spreadsheet proficient
  • Strong grammar & numeric skills
  • Long term commitment and reliability
  • Strong client-facing background
  • Google Analytics (or similar analytics dashboard) reporting
  • Basic knowledge of code to enable you to collaborate with our developers
  • Enthusiastic team player 
  • Forensic eye for detail
  • Strong interest in the entertainment industry and creative marketing
  • Pride in working to the highest standard and delivering exceptional results



  • Knowledge in SQL
  • Professional work experience in entertainment marketing
  • Familiarity with current entertainment marketing strategies
  • Basic knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite and other design software, with an emphasis on Sketch, Photoshop and Premiere
  • Understanding of showtimes / cinema schedules
  • Reading English / German / other languages


  • Minimum 1 year relevant experience 
  • Minimum of honours degree


TBC depending on experience


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