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Asset Coordinator

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Our top entertainment client is looking to hire a project coordinator for a 3-6 month role that offers potential to extend. This Project Coordinator will provide file and asset management support and reporting for specific projects. With direction from the Senior Producers, the Project Coordinator will utilize Google Docs, Excel and proprietary tools, and will be responsible for creating tracking reports for a variety of artwork backlog projects, daily maintenance of the reports and projects, reporting on progress to manager, and assigning artwork requests to the appropriate team or external designers. The Project Coordinator is also responsible for quality assurance of all of the assets utilized for these titles. Additional responsibilities for this role can include ad hoc research, preparation of digital slides for high-level presentations, and coverage or assistance for the team’s other projects. The ideal Project Coordinator candidate is a self-motivated worker, who thrives in an environment that relies on her/his self-discipline and ability to set and meet simultaneous daily and long-term deadlines. S/he is extremely detail-oriented and a strong communicator who responds well in a fast-paced environment.

Qualifications:
● Sharp editorial eye for content promotional assets such as photography and videoclips
● Previous experience with operational workflows that require managing tracking documentation via Excel, Google Docs/Sheets or other databases
● Superior project management, organizational, problem-solving, prioritization, and follow-up skills
● Excellent verbal and written communication skills
● Passion for film and television
● Experience with Microsoft Office (focus in Excel) and Adobe Design Suite (focus in Photoshop, Bridge and In-Design)

 

Must have Skills

  • Theatrical artwork management/QC experience

  • Tracking digital assets

  • Critiquing art work

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