• Project Manager (Print Production) - Freelance

    Posted Date 4 months ago(22/01/2018 10:12)
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  • Overview

    Working closely with the Client and our Studio team, the Project Manager is responsible for the coordination, adaptation and implementation of the production process from brief through to final production phases.


    You will be expected to streamline workflow and processes by constantly driving new ways of working.


    This position requires sound experience in managing high volume, quick turnaround print production projects for retail channels.


    Proven experience in troubleshooting, a keen eye for detail and strong time-keeping skills are critical factors for success in the role.


    • Working with key stakeholders to explore the Client’s campaign requirements and developing solutions that support the key stakeholders in meeting business objectives
    • Constantly creating and streamlining workflow structure and processes to facilitate effective workflow management
    • Handling all aspects of client campaigns from planning through to delivery
    • Managing and monitoring timelines, deadlines, and progress of projects; setting realistic client expectations; proactively chasing and interrogating delays
    • Ensuring deadlines are achieved on-time in accordance to production schedule
    • Managing the in-situ validation (QC) process
    • Downloading of master assets
    • Appreciation, adherence and enforcement of key Hogarth policies


    • A highly organised individual with proven experience in managing print production projects and volume campaigns for multiple markets
    • High level of IT literacy, including usage of spreadsheets
    • Excellent prioritisation and time management skills with strong attention to detail
    • Resilience and ability to remain calm when working under pressure
    • Effective verbal and written communication skills


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