San Francisco, CA, United States
Requisition Number: PB-15029
Area of Interest: Creative Services
Brand/Division: Pottery Barn
Position Type: Full-time
· Responsible for the production proofing process: copy consolidation, tracking and scheduling, etc.
· Work with the editor and copywriters on re-writes and edits.
· Proof copy for correctness in style, SKUs, prices, and product information. Communicate changes to production assistants.
· Database management - Maintain and organize copy and scans in production database.
· Work with the customer service and merchandise groups to improve copy.
· Manage the work flow with the assistant and the production support team.
· Observe and prep for the color separation process, including maintaining color room samples.
· Prepare necessary materials for presentation at the merchandise meetings with production assistants.
· Handle transparency selection for scanning first and seconds.
· Complete special projects as assigned.
· Begin budget training and invoice coding.
REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS
· BA in Graphic Communication or Fine Arts, with some related experience preferred
· Proficiency in Macintosh QuarkXpress.
· Experience with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator a plus
· Ability to adapt to new production software and systems
· Strong verbal and written communication skills
· Strong organization skills and highly detail-oriented
· Ability to juggle and prioritize multiple tasks
This position is not eligible for visa sponsorship.
Williams-Sonoma, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Williams-Sonoma, Inc. will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, or other applicable state or local laws and ordinances.
Website : http://www.williams-sonomainc.com/
Williams-Sonoma, Inc. is a multi-channel specialty retailer of high quality products for the home. In 1956, our founder, Chuck Williams, turned a passion for cooking and eating with friends into a small business with a big idea. He opened a store in Sonoma, California, to sell the French cookware that intrigued him while visiting Europe but that could not be found in America. Chuck's business, which set a standard for customer service, took off and helped fuel a revolution in American cooking and entertaining that continues today. In the decades that followed, the quality of our products, our ability to identify new opportunities in the market and our people-first approach to business have facilitated our expansion beyond the kitchen into nearly every area of the home. Additionally, by embracing new technologies and customer-engagement strategies as they emerge, we are able to continually refine our best-in-class approach to multi-channel retailing.