ジョブファンクション: ディベロップメント マーケティング
所在地: New York, NY
国/地域: United States
Assistant Project Manager, Division Operations
Job Title: Asst. Manager
Function: Division Operations
FLSA status: Exempt
Division: Consumer Products Division
Supervisor Title: Director
Section 2: Job Summary:
The Divisional Operations Assistant Project Manager, under the guidance of the Director, is responsible and accountable for the day-to-day management of in-store display projects from inception to in-store to include:
- Critical display meetings set-up, including CDRM, National Creative Go Live and Account Specific Go Live
Meetings and Display Tracking Meeting
- Display brief initiation and planning
- Directing and managing display artwork execution
- Monitoring and expediting display artwork approvals
- On-time release of National/Account Specific artwork
- Scheduling of all display activities for assembly production and shipment to accounts.
- The Project Manager is the primary project expert and team lead ensuring all business and project goals are met while also managing all aspects of the project schedule, resources and budgets..
Section 3: Job Requirements (Minimum number years of experience, skills, certification and academic background required to perform this job):
Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree required.
3-5 years of project management experience desired, with a minimum of 2 years exposure in display structure production helpful
Strong computer skills required including Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
Section 4: Judgment and Decision Making
Works with marketing and creative leads and provides experience-based input including budgets, resources, timing, scope of work, etc. to ensure that project parameters align with divisional expectations.
Works in concert with Promotional Purchasing, Creative and Finance to ensure all projects remain on budget and within scope.
Partners with all team members to ensure flawless project execution. Reviews projects for alignment with industry, account and vendor specifications. Ensures alignment with the National Creative Go Live or Account Specific Creative Go Live Briefs and project specifications.
Captures lessons learned throughout the life-cycle of the project, as well as at its conclusion, and develops and implements action plans for best practice improvements.
Section 5: Essential Physical Requirements (if applicable – i.e. lifting – exactly how much, bending, climbing, driving equipment):
Section 6: Financial Scope (if applicable):
Annual Budget Responsibility: $
Annual Revenue Responsibility: $
Section 7: Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Tasks, Duties & Responsibilities
% of time spent.
Total should = 100%
Directs and manages the execution of store display projects from inception through completion to ensure that projects are completed on time, within budget, error free and meet internal and external account team needs. Assesses project requirements, resources, milestones and specific deliverables to manage the development process. Follows Project Management disciplines in the following areas: Scope management, Schedule management, Cost management, Issue management, Risk management, Quality management, Resource management, and Communication management.
Motivates and directs the project team. Develops, implements and manages the project time line.
Acts as primary interface with Creative and Promotional Purchasing leadership, as well as the Marketing/
Shopper Marketing teams on issues regarding the project deliverables. Accountable for meeting project schedule and results.
Communicates regularly with all project constituents (cross-functional teams) to address questions, concerns, feedback, and proactively address obstacles to maintain overall team collaboration and quality project output. Actively chairs all meetings for assigned projects; Coordinates with the Artwork Project Managers to maintain Display Management Report and timelines as needed, documents next steps and issues solutions for Divisional and cross-functional team members.
Supports adoption and utilization of the SharePoint and ESKO systems, contributing to greater efficiencies in collaboration, routing for approval, and file-sharing cross-geography.
Mentors Artwork Project Managers to promote internal learning and development within the Consumer Products Division (CPD) to achieve business growth by engaging them in processes, meetings and relevant activities to ensure team alignment and effectiveness.
Section 8: Required Competencies:
Briefly describe 5-8 primary competencies that are core requirements for this position, in order of importance. Different from job responsibilities, these are “soft skills” that are required for success. Please refer to the L’Oreal USA MAP competencies. Examples include managing complexity, interacts effectively, innovates, etc.
1. Must be a leader of people and of process. Build dynamic teams and contribute to the optimization of financial processes. Proactive decision-maker, leader and motivator. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to lead teams in high-pressure situations.
2. Must be able to interact effectively across a wide scope of visibility to all the CPD business units. Take into account multiple perspectives, yet be an effective decision maker.
3. Must be able to manage complexity and achieve results with integrity. Ability to work under deadlines on multiple projects and multi-task and process information expeditiously.
4. Demonstrate strength of big-picture business acumen. Solid track record of successfully leading projects from initiation to completion, error-free, on-time and on-budget.
5. Strong oral and written communication and presentation skills. Outstanding organizational skills. Effectively communicates with senior level managers and cross-functional teams. Builds effective project teams with the ability to develop and master balanced project plans and keep the team updated on progress and issues.