GUIDE TO CREATIVE POSITIONS
Managing client expectations takes talent and time, and you deliver both.
You are a highly organized multitasker who is flexible, cool-headed, and a natural problem-solver.
You will manage the daily operations, workflow, and creative output of production artists and other studio personnel, and nothing gets by you in the studio.
Because you know what is coming through the studio door at all times, you can allocate resources and hire freelancers (from icreatives staffing, of course) when needed, so all deadlines are met. You also monitor all work that leaves your studio, ensuring the design and production quality is set for final output.
You may work in various industries such as music, television, photography, or graphic design. Ideally, your previous experience revolves around broadcasting , communications, studio internships, music production, or engineering.
Tools of the Trade: Microsoft Word; Excel; Microsoft Project, invoicing software, project and event scheduling applications. Working knowledge of: Illustrator; InDesign; Photoshop. Attention to detail is a must.