One of our top Media & Entertainment clients in Hollywood is looking for a Project Coordinator to join their Global Product Creative team. This is a 6-month temporary role with the possibility of extending. The position is on site in Hollywood and is estimated to be between 35-40 hours per week.
Their ideal candidate is self-reliant, responsible, and thrives in an environment that relies on their self-discipline and ability to set and meet simultaneous daily and long-term deadlines. They are extremely detail-oriented and strong communicators who respond well in a fast-paced team that is at the forefront of innovation and creating the optimal user experience.
The Contract Project Coordinator will provide file and asset management support and reporting for specific Backlog Projects for the Global Product Creative team. With direction from the Project Manager, the Project Coordinator will utilize Google Docs and Sheets, Excel, and proprietary asset management workflow tools to create tracking reports for a variety of artwork and localization projects, daily maintenance of these, reporting on progress to the Project Manager, and assigning design requests to the appropriate team or external agencies. The Project Coordinator is also responsible for both the technical and creative quality assurance of all of the artwork assets received for these projects. Additional responsibilities for this role can vary, including: ad-hoc research, one-off projects as requested, and large-scale quality assurance review of artwork assets.
- Sharp editorial eye for content promotional assets such as photography and video clips.
- Previous experience with operational workflows that require managing and tracking documentation via Excel, Google Docs/Sheets or other databases.
- A team player and communicator with a calm demeanor to deal with last-second requests and projects
- Superior project management, organizational, problem-solving, prioritization, and follow-up skills.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- A passion for film and television of all genres and types.
- Experience with Microsoft Office (focus in Excel) and Adobe Design Suite (focus in Photoshop, Bridge and In-Design). (Plus, but not required)