Production Manager

Jbcstyle New York , NY 10001

Posted 2 months ago

Title: Production Manager

Company Description:
Better contemporary women's brand
Location: New York, New York

Follow-up with vendors to ensure that development and production samples are executed correctly and timely.
Communicate daily with overseas offices and vendors to track development and production statuses Prepare production hand off package to factory (BOM, Tech pack, reference sample, sample yardage, digitized patterns, FDS).
Initiate and maintain raw material and bulk garment PO to vendors Maintain updated bulk fabric chart and WIP report daily.
Organize fitting schedule, pre spec fit samples prior to fittings and record fit comments detailing corrections to hand off to factories.
Coordinate with designers to ensure all production requirements such as colors, trims, fabric quality, and fit are met Assist in garment costing process and negotiations.
Ensure consistency of production relevant information among crossfunctional teams.
Assist inline and final QC inspections at domestic factories Provide the Logistics partner with shipping documents, TOP approvals, and vendor shipping confirmation for prompt delivery.
Organize and manage liability material inventory, pattern archive, sample inventory.

Must have at least 3+ years of production experience
Strong sense of urgency to deliver action items in a timely manner
Proficient understanding of garment construction as well as technical knowledge of production preferred
Basic understanding of fabric types and costing requirements of garments preferred
Domestic development/ production experience preferred
Must be proactive and possess the ability to meet tight deadlines
Must have exceptional organizational skills
Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
Must have strong knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel and Photoshop
Highly motivated and enthusiastic

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