The Creative Services Producer is responsible for owning and improving content partner relationships to facilitate and innovate on the end-to-end artwork acquisition workflow. A Producer works with guidance from the Creative Services Manager to educate content providers on our style guide and delivery requirements. The Producer ensures our high quality standards are maintained as s/he oversees the acquisition, approvals, QC, and publishing of creative assets (i.e., Key Art, Logo, Stills, Motion Graphics, etc) onto our service.
You'll also create strong partnerships with local art directors, creative agencies, production studios (producers and directors) and various internal teams to influence artwork upstream and deliver an unparalleled member experience for every our service.
This role is unique. This might be the right fit for you if you are a strategic thinker. “Stagnant” isn’t in your vocabulary as you are both proactive and self-motivated. Articulate speaking and thoughtful written communication is required. You work as well collaboratively as you do independently. You pay attention to details. Prioritization is key to navigating and thriving in a fast-paced, high-volume environment. You not only have demonstrated proficiency in problem-solving, but you enjoy tackling challenges head-on and finding creative solutions.
A Typical Day Might Include:
• Building and strengthening Japanese content partner relationships in order to drive new standards, improve delivery quality, and increase workflow efficiency.
• Aggregating and reviewing metrics to identify ways to improve yourself, the team, content partner deliveries, and cross-functional integration.
• Effectively communicating the purpose and workflow of Creative Services across several cross-functional teams to innovate on artwork usage, functionality, and workflows.
• Curating artwork and managing assets to ensure best title representation across our supported territories, and independently executing and using discretion to escalate issues in a timely and appropriate manner.
The Right Stuff:
• Fluency in speaking and writing in both Japanese and English
• Minimum 3 years of experience cultivating and improving external partner and cross-functional relationships, preferably in an entertainment or technology related environment
• Experience utilizing a Digital Asset Management system or similar tool set to propagate and track assets through an operational workflow
• Interest in and appreciation of artwork and motion graphics
• Prior project management, team leadership experience, or agency management
• Advanced proficiency with Google Apps and Microsoft Office Suite (especially Excel)
• Basic proficiency with the Adobe Photoshop and Bridge; understanding of additional Adobe programs (Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects) is a plus
• B.A. / B.S. required
• Understand, advocate, and embody the company’s values and team goals
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