Jobs tagged as: studiomanager
Studio ManagerProject Management / Ref: ES1246
My client is a very well established and well-known publisher within the world of art and design. Their publications cover the arts (fine, applied, decorative, performing), archaeology and history, architecture, design, photography, travel and popular culture.
My client is now looking for a Studio Manager to add process and structure to the design team. You will be reporting into the Design Director, but working closely with Editorial, Picture Research, Production and other members of the team within the Design Department.
The Studio Manager will have overall responsibility to track and manage the flow of work from initial brief and concepts, delivery of layouts to proofing and production.
The Responsibilities for this Studio Manager
This is a new role in the team brought about due to growth within the business and a need to structure and streamline the department.
· Adding process and structure to the team
· Ensure schedules are met and that work is on time and on budget
· Control workflow and monitor the progress of the design elements for each title through different departments and third party agencies
· Attend weekly status meetings
· Resource and manage freelance resource
· Work with the rest of the design team to identify external creative services such as illustrators, photographers and freelance book designers
The Requirements for this Studio Manager
· Solid studio management experience, ideally within an agency environment
· Solid negotiating skills
· Experience of implementing process and structure into a studio environment
· Experience in Word, Excel and Outlook
· Knowledge of Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator is a plus
· A passion for art and design is a bonus
Salary for the successful Studio Manager is £35k-£40k + bonus
Studio Assistant/Office ManagerProject Management / Ref: ES1255
I’m currently working with two agencies who are looking for a Studio Assistant/Office Manager.
The first client works with luxury and high street fashion brands and having a background in fashion is a must. They are a small creative agency based in Shoreditch focusing on brand identity, packaging, print and digital design, film making and web development.
My second client is an agency in west London of about 40 staff who work with a range of clients within broadcasting, automotive, travel and finance with a focus on brand and brand experience.
The Role of this Studio Assistant/Office Manager
My fashion client is looking for a solid candidate who will work in a very diverse and hands-on role which will involve the efficient running of the studio from finance duties such as invoicing and raising PO’s. Knowledge of Xero is a must. As well as , the Office Manager will be acting as the main point of contact for staff, suppliers and support the Creative Director, Managing Director and Accountant with key admin tasks. There will be a very small amount of PA work to be done for the CD, but this equates to only a very small part of the role.
The branding agency is looking for an entry level Studio Assistant to work in a busy studio getting involved in diary management, setting up meetings, greeting visitors, arranging catering, managing travel, building the admin team, working with IT to resolve any tech issues and arranging weekly team meetings.
This role would suit someone with solid Word, Excel and Outlook knowledge and a background of working in a creative environment would be a bonus. This role would suit a recent graduate, someone who would like to carve out a career into production or account management within a creative agency.
The Requirements for the Office Manager - £24k - £30k
· Knowledge of Xero, Excel and Word
· A background of working within a fashion environment is a must
· Prior experience of working within a similar role within a creative environment
· Super organised an efficient
· Good accountancy skills
The Requirements For the Studio Assistant - £23k
· Knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook
· Experience of working within a creative or broadcast environment is a plus but not essential
· Organised with solid attention to detail