Studio Digital Retoucher

Job Reference : 002499
Closing Date : 25/11/2018
Salary : up to £30,000 per annum
Department : Marketing
Hours Per week : 36.17 hours per week

Feeling revolutionary? Then join our team, planning and delivering an exciting and innovative digital revolution in photography & content for our retail brands!

N Brown has a new Photo Studio and we want top talent to join us as a Retoucher! You will be providing image Quality Control & retouch services within the new e-com photo studio.

Excited? Want to know more about joining the revolution? Find out what you will be doing in the role of Retoucher:

  • Working with Photoshop, evaluate all the studio outputs, ensuring that each asset meets or exceeds the agreed standards.
  • Working on multiple systems, uploading and downloading assets and providing instructions to the required stakeholders
  • Responsible for the fast processing & approval of assets and updating the production status plan. Targeting a smooth, transparent and consistent production service, escalating any impacts & issues to schedule; capacity and quality.
  • Work closely with internal stakeholders to ensure we get a consistent product output, which matches the Creative & Product brief, whilst working in a highly productive environment
  • Update and provide metrics to support the SLA’s & KPI’s, providing suggestions for constant improvements
  • Where required, liaise with the external provider to traffic additional retouch requirements.
  • Develop & knowledge share with the team, to install production best practice, communication and decision making excellence for long term efficiencies.

 

What you need to succeed as a Retoucher at N Brown?

  • Excellent Photoshop & digital retail production knowledge
  • Experience in a productive internal photo studio focussed on multi-channel asset production
  • Excellent communication and influencing skills
  • Excellent QC process knowledge & experience
  • Excellent people engagement skills
  • Proactive stakeholder management, service and quality knowledge
  • Good project and change management skills
  • Pro-active, positive & flexible with a ‘can-do’ attitude, able to motivate colleagues to achieve excellence
  • Supports the development of others by sharing experience and expertise
  • An open-minded, flexible and positive attitude toward new challenges, with a willingness to implement new technologies and business change
  • An excellent working knowledge of retail asset production and Microsoft Office is essential

Employees in our business may have access to our customers’ personal data therefore for a number of our roles, offers of employment are subject to a satisfactory criminal record check. Having a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an individual from obtaining a position with N Brown Group.