We’re looking for a professional who is proficient with specifications, production, estimates and deadlines to help manage vendor relationships and production on a growing fulfillment team. This individual will be responsible for building vendor relationships, organizing production schedules, press-proofing final work and managing delivery. This entry-level candidate should have a degree in marketing, communications or another related field. Agency and/or printer experience isn’t a must, but it’s a definite plus.
What You’ll Do
- Review/coordinate/consolidate the production of a variety of client and internal initiatives
- Work with our account, creative and project management teams to provide production support
- Develop specs, manage and review all final art prior to sending to print vendor
- Assist with the invoices and purchase orders of marketing campaigns with outside vendors
- Develop schedules, track timelines, ensure accurate specs, assist with reviewing versions and proofs
- Be responsible for status reporting internally and externally while delivering projects on deadline
- Oversee trafficking projects with our creative team members
- Organize print specifications, proofing reviews/approvals, samples and estimates
- Provide back-up support for creative and media trafficking
You’re a proactive problem-solver who’s eager to jump in and assist wherever needed. You have a go-getter mindset that makes it possible to work with multiple people on multiple projects in the middle of occasional chaos. You’re detail-oriented, organized to the max and willing to tackle anything thrown at you. You’re all about the details – the little things that usually go unnoticed – no matter how many conversations and versions and updates are up in the air.
Flynn Wright is a full-service agency, located in the heart of downtown Des Moines, that works with brands across the country.
We take care of our own like we take care of our clients. The benefits are frankly phenomenal, the extracurriculars tend to be historic events, and yes, there might be one too many coolers stocked with caffeinated goodness. But we can talk details later.