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Posted Date: 13/06/2018
   

Position:                       Design and Marketing Coordinator

Location:                      Auckland 

Key responsibilities:

  1. Design Development

This includes the scope and design of storyboard presentations for one off garments for customers, ranges for customers and large boat projects.

Involvement in the modification/development of our current core range. 

Internal process:

 

  • The sales team emails you directly with a brief that scopes their requirements.
  • This should include customer feedback, reference garments/branding, order units/value/potential and the deadline required.
  • You should attend meetings and be involved in discussions that relate to the medication or change of our current range. 

 

Measurement of success: 

 

  • The storyboard are accurate, professional and have a sense of WOW.
  • The boards are approved by the customers with few changes and that there is a commercial/production consideration that means that when it is handed to the Production team placement is realistic/manageable.
  • Signing off costs associated to sampling and product development. No Surprises.

 

  

  1. Range Development/Expansion

This includes the sourcing and expansion of ranges that can be sold by the wider Sales Team.

The development and expansion of the current red folder, development of the resellers’ manual and company look books.

Modification and development of the website that reflects of customer, product offering and Events as a brand.

Involvement in design aspect of social media strategy. 

Internal process:

 

  • Scope out the product gaps with the wider team by creating a working group.
  • Create a timeline for each category and a process that ensures that company are making incremental improvements weekly.
  • Select new suppliers that offer newness, quality products and speed to customers.
  • Communicate newness with wider team.
  • Work with Design/Richard in the same manner as other users. Initiative priorities need to sit within the priorities of the overall business. 

 

Measurement of success:

 

  • New product generate sales.
  • All information is accurate, professional and has a sense of consistency.
  • Timelines are meet within the scope of overall priorities.
  • Communication with the wider team is organised and in a structured manner.
  • Consider the timing and financial implication of new suppliers.

 

 

  1. Design involvement with our significant customers. (Significance to be measured by Sales Rep)

This includes the scope and design of storyboard presentations.

Offer costs and sourcing solutions for non-core/buy in product so quotes can be done with profitable confidence.

Confirm timeline at the same stage as quoting. This information should be gather from the wider team.

Communicate these initiatives with the senior team so stock, factory, NWC and WIP considerations can be made.

Once samples requirements have been concluded these should be handed over to the Production team for placement.

 

Internal process

 

  • The sales team emails you directly with a brief that scopes their requirements.
  • This should include customer feedback, reference garments/branding, order units/value/potential and the deadline required.
  • Meet with the wider team to discuss and agree fabric, production, timing and costs implications.
  • Follow an easy and structured handover process that ensure Production can place samples with easy and accuracy. 

 

Measurement of success: 

 

  • The storyboard are accurate, professional and have a sense of WOW.
  • The boards are approved by the customers with few changes and that there is a commercial/production consideration that means that when it is handed to the Production team placement is realistic/manageable.
  • There are no surprise to the Operations team when these orders arrive.
  • Communication with the wider team is organised and in a structured manner.
  • There is consideration to the timing and financial implication of the orders at every stage of the development process.

 

 

  1. Development of a marketing calendar that extends the sales tools throughout the year.

 

Scope and design a product campaign for each quarter of the financial year. These should include both Marine and Corporate customers.

These initiative should be meaningful and relevant. These should be sales initiative but also a real opportunity to build company brand in the customers mind.

 

Internal process:

 

  • Scope out the opportunities and ideas with the wider team by creating a working group.
  • Create a timeline for each month and a process that ensure that compnay are making incremental improvements weekly.
  • Create initiatives that offer newness, quality products and more brand awareness.
  • Complete a sign off process with team and a clear and easy implementation instruction.
  • Work with Design/Richard in the same manner as other users. Initiative priorities need to sit within the priorities of the overall business. 

 

Measurement of success:

 

  • These initiatives generate sales.
  • All information is accurate, professional and has a sense of consistency.
  • Timelines are meet within the scope of overall priorities.
  • Communication with the wider team is organised and in a structured manner.
  • Consider the timing, operational and financial implication of these initiatives.

 

  

Other housekeeping issues:

 

  • Involvement or direct contact with the customer should be an exception. This is the Sales Reps responsibility.
  • All specs and placement should be done by Production team.
  • Each Thursday there should be a WIP update sent through to manger and wider team if appropriate.

 

 

Our confidentiality is guaranteed!

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For more information about this great opportunity,

Please contact Julie Malone on

09 368 1300 / 021 1560 111

Or email fashion@apparelhr.co.nz to find out more!!