Production Fulfillment Coordinator

Orlando, Florida
Production Fulfillment Coordinator
Orlando, FL

The Production Fulfillment Coordinator will be responsible for the output and logistics of the South Division Marketing Print Studios. The coordinator will produce and finish a wide variety of customized national and local Point-of-Sale/Signage in accordance with detailed order specifications and complete tasks as specified in a daily production schedule on site while
maintaining high quality standards.

Production Fulfillment Coordinator Responsibilities:
  • Processes division field printing needs to ensure all materials meet design, quality, time and cost standards set by Sector and Division Brand Marketing leadership
  • Manages overall workflow with a clear understanding of division print needs; order tracking, production timelines, and fulfillment processes that adhere to brand, design and production standards.
  • Tracks, manages and reports production timelines with quick turnaround
  • Fosters and maintains rapport with company approved vendors for equipment maintenance and supplies
  • Orders and maintains accurate inventory on materials and supplies produced in-house
  • Responsible for completion procedures on collective website portal
  • Oversees the Operational budget maintained by the Division ASM; will support, track and report potential risk
  • Understanding of technical/mechanical art specification for print/web applications
  • Strong communication skills (verbal and written) and the ability to communicate professionally with colleagues
    across all functions and levels
  • Outstanding project management skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities and aggressive timelines while managing expectations and delivering quality results

Production Fulfillment Coordinator Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree or certificate in project management, graphic design or related field
  • In lieu of degree or certificate, 3-5 years of relevant work experience will be considered
  • Knowledge of current industry design software (i.e.: Adobe Creative Cloud: Photoshop and Illustrator), working knowledge a plus, but not required
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs and platforms (i.e.: Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Teams)
  • Ability to take on multiple projects at once in a fast-paced environment, with regular aggressive deadlines
  • Ability to work and stay on task with minimal supervision
  • Experience with managing budget expectations and calculating risk
  • Knowledge of print terminology, substrates and file formats
  • Experience and/or knowledge of the following equipment and software:
    • Xerox Iridesse Digital Production Press
    • HP Latex 365
    • HP Latex 560
    • Duplo DC-616
    • Ideal 4855 Guillotine Cutter
    • EFI Fiery Command Workstation
    • Onyx RIP Software
    • PC Workstations
    • WD Server & Maintenance
    • Shopify Collective Website Updates


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