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The production coordinator is unique in that it has no set job description as mandated by the union -- in this case, the I.A.T.S.E. 871 (or the Local 871 ), which also covers your boss, the unit production manager. This also means that unions don’t regulate a production coordinator’s salary, but more on that later.Do unions regulate the salary of production coordinators?
This also means that unions don’t regulate a production coordinator’s salary, but more on that later. What is universal is that the production coordinator acts as the hands of the unit production manager. This means that they manage all the essential information of the project.What is an Assistant Production Coordinator (APOC)?
If you’re lucky you’ll have an Assistant Production Coordinator (APOC) to further manage PAs. Unlike other film gigs, production coordinator jobs vary greatly depending on the project. On the union website, there’s not even a production coordinator job description. Just enter your email address and we'll instantly send it to you! 1.What is a production coordinator (POC)?
Production coordinator. The POC is one of the only positions with the IATSE (USA and Canada) which no longer has a scale or set wage. The IA bylaws simply state the POC’s wage is “subject to negotiation with the Producer”. Fringe benefits include inclusion with the (USA)industry’s Motion Picture Industry Pension & Health Plans.