Coordinates with clients and employees for smooth project progress, ensures that project meets stated objectives and takes full responsibility for all project activities and deliverables.
· Schedule and coordinate all packaging production phases performing closely with external and internal designers, illustrators and other departments.
· Reviews all elements for style, substance and organization. Reorganizes text to create consistency in grammar, format and message. Recommends substantive editorial changes as needed. Reviews, proofs and fast-checks all copy, and may perform layout work of a detailed and complex nature.
· Provides text and technical services to web developers for developing and maintaining web pages and/or other forms of electronic communication.
· Coordinates relationship with clients/customers/authors.
· Ensures permission standards for content and image are consistent and documents; coordinate in in-production activities, such as emailing, coordinating copyright permission activities.
· Serves as liaison to authors and other directly involved in the production and published work; solicits chapters, conveys editorial comments, resolves issues and ensures deadlines are met.
· Communication Skills: You will need to be able to express your needs clearly to other employees, as well as negotiate with vendors, and sometimes clients. On any day, you could be talking to top management, or lower-level staff. Good verbal and written communication skills will be ideal for a coordinator.
· Attention to Detail: The devil is in the details. A qualified coordinator will need to be able to analyze complex plans, and be able to identify mistakes and inefficiencies.
· Critical Thinking Skills: You must be able to think quickly, often solving problems as they arise. Being able to think critically about these situations will help you a great deal.
· Organizational Skills: You will need to do many things at once, keep track of your time, and keep tabs on multiple projects.