Posted on 9 November 2017
Studio and Project Coordinator at ARPAARPA is a graphic design and art direction agency. The studio works with a broad range of clients within the fashion and cultural sectors across print, digital and three dimension creating campaigns, identities, packaging, lookbooks, publications and websites. ARPA also produces Noon, an art and fashion magazine published twice a year.
Adidas, Céline, Victoria Beckham, POP magazine, Stella McCartney, Missoni, John Lobb,
Fabrizio Viti, See by Chloé, Hayward Gallery & Tate.
We are looking for a bright and motivated studio and project coordinator to help run this busy studio. This is a great opportunity for someone to provide key administrative support for the ARPA team. The right candidate will be confident in managing multiple projects, be comfortable with building and maintaining client relationships and be diligent in the day to day running of the studio. The role is varied with many ad hoc office administration and studio management duties so a flexible and proactive ‘can do’ attitude is essential.
Job description in brief:
• Responsible for the smooth day-to-day running and upkeep of the studio
• Answering the telephone, directing calls and taking messages accurately
• Greeting all visitors
• Managing the studio diary
• Assisting with travel bookings
• Supporting the Creative Director and team with key administrative tasks
• Running weekly status meetings
• Maintaining and managing the live internal work schedule
• Initiating studio meetings when required to keep projects on track and to flag any issues
• Liaising with clients re: deadlines and feedback
Ideally you will have at least one years experience in admin/project management and would like to develop your career in a supportive role within the creative industry. A conscientious and dedicated worker with a meticulous eye for detail is key, as well as excellent organisation, time management and communication skills.
ARPA is a collaborative and friendly working environment where the right person could become an essential part of the growing studio.