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Marketing Production Coordinator
Manchester

Job reference: 002863

Closing date: 19/06/2019

Salary: up to £22,000 per annum

Department: Marketing

Hours per week: 36.17 hours per week

Here within our Marketing Production division we are looking to recruit a Production coordinator! If you have an awareness of creative content, photography, digital, pre-media and print with good communication skills we want to hear from you! Your role will be to provide operational production management, working closely with the Planning team to monitor, measure and report on the key milestones for all multi-channel productions.

With a pro-active, positive & flexible with a ‘can-do’ attitude, you will support the improvements in production disciplines, timeliness and quality of output across our internal teams and external partners, by identifying efficiencies and improvements through a people, process and technology approach.

 

In addition to will provide support in the BAU relationships with Marketing Production partners, for all the N Brown Brands in the most efficient, quality focussed and cost-effective manner. Bringing clearly identified disciplines and process innovation to the changing landscape of marketing communications for N Brown.

Your role as Production coordinator:

  • Manage the production workflow for all online and offline projects
  • Be the focal point and go to team for all work being done by our external partner. Work cross functionally as the main point of contact for all Marketing production. Liaising and negotiating with colleagues and external teams, to meet business critical deadlines. Escalating issues where appropriate.
  • Responsible for ensuring that all production projects adhere to business process and schedule. Record and report on performance against schedule.
  • Manage and communicate potential cost/time/quality impacts.
  • Monitor and support operational internal & external SLA’s, KPI’s, providing reports and analysis for constant improvements
  • Support the development of new ways of working and knowledge share with the wider team. Targeting best practice methodology, communication and decision-making excellence for long term efficiencies.
  • Manage and challenge change to meet organisational expectations, reducing additional costs for late changes and supporting the risk reduction across all channels

What you need to succeed?

  • Knowledge of online/offline retail production.
  • Excellent organisation skills/attention to detail
  • Good project and change management skills
  • Supports team development by sharing experience and expertise
  • An open-minded, flexible and positive attitude toward new challenges, with a willingness to implement change as and when necessary
  • A working knowledge of all Creative software and Microsoft Office is essential

 

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