The Project Coordinator manages multiple projects from initiation to completion. This includes being responsible for scheduling, assigning, and tracking of projects. The Project Coordinator acts as a liaison between internal clients & the external teams supporting their creative & production project efforts. This role works alongside a Senior Project Coordinator.
Responsible for the evaluation, scheduling, tracking, final delivery of all Graphic collateral and requests coming into the Image Lab.
Acts as a departmental intermediary/liaison between KCIL personnel & other Project Coordinators on the Design (NYC) and Merch (WS) teams.
Coordinate key tasks & information flow between Merch, Sales, Vendors, and Product Development teams.
Creates, logs, and maintains project calendar.
Manages project Timing & Action calendar, ensuring that project is completed on time and within constraints.
Communicates any & all key aspects of project changes to KCIL Team; especially if changes effect timeline or completion date.
Reviews and approves all invoices from external vendors according to bids & estimates and then completes internal invoice for each completed project.
Logs all requests and assures quality of request including confirming all information that will make for a request that has minimal repeat touching. (size, location, attribution, garment specifications etc)
Attends, coordinates, and runs meetings with other teams to ensure on-time deliverables.
Sends and track packages to external offices as well as factories around the world.
Responsible for assisting/working with Senior Project Coordinator in their interactions with internal/external, stateside/off-shore teams
Working and interacting with graphic creatives, production support, and operations
Provide support to a large list of clients
Improve work flow through quick and efficient practices
Experience in Word, Excel, PowerPoint (preferred)
A minimum of 6 months experience managing project due dates, time tables, ship dates and other aspects of project management, OR
At least 1 year experience in art coordination project management.
To qualify, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States and should not require now, or in the future, sponsorship for employment visa status
An Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans
Only applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact us directly:
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