• Print Producer | T-Mobile | Irving, TX

    Job Location US-TX-Irving
    Job ID
    2020-2425
  • Overview

    T-Mobile Key Visual 102019

     

    Data + Design. It's how we work.

     

    We believe in designing brand experiences that motivate people to buy and act. Our Buy Design process was built for this mission. With Centric, our data-driven model, at the center, Buy Design unites and powers the forces of science and creativity so that we deliver value at every touchpoint, inspiring people to buy into your brand and products.

     

    Responsibilities

    Join our growing T-Mobile team!!  We will be hiring a Print Producer to join our team in our Irving, TX office due to anticipated organic growth.  This Print Producer will have a proven track record bringing innovated, cutting edge ideas to their clients.

     

    The Print Producer’s primary responsibility is to choose the best strategy for execution of various types of printed material. In depth knowledge of industry vendors and capabilities are needed to determine the best procedure.  Print Producers are responsible for estimating, project planning, scheduling, purchasing, quality and cost control, shipping, invoicing and image and sample archiving.   Additionally, print producers must be resourceful in finding innovative ways to produce materials based on budget, time and expectation perimeter and restraints. Thus, keeping up with the latest technology in this industry is also a primary objective.

     

    Qualifications

    Qualified candidates will have an Associates or Bachelors’ degree in advertising or related field along with minimum of 5 years production experience.  Must have strong knowledge of complete production process, ability to multi-task and be solution oriented in problem solving.   We will require candidates to go beyond the traditional side of print.  Their expertise will be with premiums and branded items.  

     

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