Director HR at The Skill Labs
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Program Manager - Design - Advertising Firm (2-4 yrs)
About the Role:
Design Program Managers a will be a creative problem solver and team leader by nature. The person would be expert at building impactful relationships, improving team cohesion, creating efficiencies in the design and development process, and enabling teams to stay focused on delivering amazing packaging design product to our clients. In this role, you will maintain the operational framework for a cross-functional team of packaging designers, packaging engineers, client-relations and seller relations teams.
Key responsibilities :
- Develop & maintain relationships with key stakeholders ( client relations and seller relations team, designers, packaging engineers and manufacturers)
- Plan the scope and set project priorities and sequencing, milestone planning, resource allocation for projects
- Plan and drive the execution of design projects from inception to completion. Own the creation and management of project plans, implement an effective system of project status tracking, manage stakeholder expectations
- Serve as the go-to point of contact for tracking and reporting on in-flight project status and priorities, roadblocks, and dependencies. Make sure interdependencies are understood and planned for. Balance competing priorities and adjust resources as necessary
- Facilitate design standups and reviews. Prepare agendas, negotiate trade-offs between competing priorities, document decisions and actions items, and ensure owners follow through on commitments
- Identify team needs (process, tools, documentation, etc) recommend improvements, and implement changes to ensure efficient delivery and high-quality output
- Contribute to the development of the design program management function. Share back successful practices, frameworks, tools, lessons learned that have worked in the team.
- As needed, onboard and manage contractors or vendors in executing work
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