Product Coordinator, Pre-Construction

Canada Goose Boston , MA 02101

Posted 2 weeks ago

Position Overview:

The Product Coordinator, Pre-Construction Responsible is responsible for prototype, cutting and re cutting as required and establishing, replenishing and maintaining of Product Development Raw Material Inventory in Toronto location. Supporting Product Development Raw Material Inventory needs in Winnipeg including monthly reporting of materials ordered and used and collaborating with Design and Product Development teams in ordering and collecting raw-materials (RM) for prototypes. Requires high level of communication with Product Development and Pattern Making team as well as strong project management and timeline skills.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Prototype cutting.

  • Create and maintain cutting schedules.

  • Support technical design according to proto type priorities.

  • Support sample room with re cuts as needed.

  • Collaborate with marker making department.

  • Monitor inventory level of auto cutter support materials and re order as necessary.

  • Maintenance of auto cutter and ordering of replacement parts.

  • Supporting Design & Product Development teams with RM samples.

  • Monitor inventory levels of issued materials and stocks.

  • Perform inventory counts and create requisitions for additional supplies, ensuring that there are adequate materials on hand at all times.

  • Preparing documents, packing and sending shipments to CGS and CGW.

  • Support and back up as needed Prototype coordinator, components / materials.

  • Organize and maintain cut bundles in the sample room.

  • Organize and maintain housekeeping of cutting area.

  • Any and all duties as maybe assigned by Supervisor.

Experience, Education and Designations:

  • 3-5 years of working experience within a fabric/trims/outwear development role/pattern maker role or related position
  • A Degree in Design is an asset

Knowledge, Skills and Attributes:

  • Good verbal and written communication skills

  • Operating single ply cutter of any kind is an bonus

  • Computer Skill; included proficiency in Microsoft Office and Adobe Illustrator is essential

  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative to achieve departmental and corporate objectives

  • Ability to prioritize day to day work activities according to the department/business needs

  • Strong time management and multitasking skills

  • Ability to work as a team and maintain a high level of professionalism and discretion

Working Conditions:

  • Cutting room & Sample Sewing Room

We truly thank all applicants for their interest in joining the Goose Team, but only those candidates considered for an initial interview will be contacted.

Canada Goose Inc. is committed to delivering and improving accessibility in employment for all persons with disabilities. Accommodation is available, upon request, in the application and interview process and in the course of all other methods of selection of employees. Successful candidates for employment will be introduced to and trained in respect of all of Canada Goose Inc.'s human rights, accommodation and accessibility polices.

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