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Traffic Specialist

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- The primary function of the traffic specialist will be to schedule workflow (matching the Creative team group of designers with appropriate projects, acting as a liaison between the Marketing-Web-Editorial departmental requests to the Creative department and helping to define priorities for the Creative team as needed.
Tasks Include:
• Assign tasks and check the statuses of outstanding tasks regularly.
• Conduct a daily review of items/tasks assigned and due for each day and determine if there are any roadblocks to completing daily tasks and work with supervisor to resolve.
• Communicate any scheduling challenges and work out priorities amongst team members.
• Attend weekly job status meetings with the Creative Team
• Assign new projects to appropriate staff, utilizing a spreadsheet (or other schedule tracking system) with milestones to see where projects can fit into staff schedules.
Skills needed:
• Excellent Organizational Skills
• Expert at creating and formatting complex Excel spreadsheets (or other task/job tracking system).
• Ability to analyze workflow and create systems as needed for maximizing and streamlining schedules.
• Expert at tracking and staying on top of a multitude of schedule-related details that are continually shifting
• Excellent communication and negotiation skills. The candidate needs to be able to communicate clearly and calmly with internal staff.
• Knowledge of and ability to create your own tracking and alert systems.
Education: Associate’s, Bachelors Degree, or Certificate.
Experience: minimum of 5 years as a traffic coordinator, scheduling assistant, or the like.

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