Work For Print In London

Job Title: Production Demand Coordinator

 

Job Purpose:

Print in London Ltd is a market leading multi-dimensional print-media group that is rapidly expanding in the recent years both in mainstream and ethnic market. The business has been mainly catering for community print-media demands that spans across entire UK and aiming to further expand across European regions. With the current y-o-y growth target of 100%, the company has recently secured several deals that eyes significant increase in market share as well need for additional Production capacity, Strong Supply Chain, Warehousing, Logistics and associated supports.

The Production Demand Coordinator is a key role within the business ambitions and is expected to coordinate between both production and market demand functions that will elicit the preferences and requirements of consumers, businesses and other specified target groups so that suppliers may meet these needs and ensure a win-win situation for both customers and suppliers.

 

Job description:

  • Perform various clerical functions relating to the marketing-demand-production
  • Strong knowledge on operational processes, i.e. prepare, format and compose text and graphics in a form suitable for use in a variety of print processes
  • Hands on experience on printers and various small offset printing presses and digital printing processes
  • Discusses customer requirements and advises them on the capabilities and limitations of the goods or services being sold
  • Stays abreast of advances in product/field and suggests possible improvements to product or service
  • Liaise with other departments and customer account managers for brand management at local, national and international levels according to maintain track account activities
  • Discusses possible changes that need to be made in terms of design, price, packaging, promotion etc. considering market research with appropriate departments

Job Dimensions:

This is a role that has been created with merged roles that will manage business functions that provide advice to existing and potential customers, and receive orders for specialist machinery, equipment, materials and other products or services that require technical knowledge.

This will be supervisory role and expected to manage three direct resources and two others via indirect dotted functions.

Key Challenges:

  • Collate and interpret findings of market research and presents KPI to the leadership
  • Convincing the organisation to execute through influence rather than direct authority
  • Managing diverse stakeholders across regions / geography
  • Successfully meeting the needs of distinct nature of the role with significant growth, footprint & improvement programs

 

Qualifications requirements:
Ideally the candidate must possess NVQs/ SVQs or equivalent grades. Training is typically in-house, supplemented by short courses or professional qualifications. The candidate must demonstrate strong leadership skills and should be able to manage multiple stakeholders and coordination of multiple disciplines.

Candidate will preferably have working experience on PlatoEdit software, CTP Imposition(Apogee), Sheet-fed Offset Printing Machine Heidelberg KORD 64,  MOZP, QM46, PM52, SM102, Kodak QPR  & Heidelberg DI

Additionally, the candidate must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Good working knowledge of printing floor operations, Capabilitiesof running machine, Demand fulfilment
  • Commercial mindset with experience in following the market trends
  • Ability to think strategically and see the big picture
  • Must be able to work independently and create bridges across functions
  • Ability to speak in Bangla, Urdu, Hindi, English fluently

 

Working Experience: At least 10 years in the relevant fields

Working Hour : 37.5 hours weekly pro-rata basis

 

Salary: £24500

 


 

Job Title: Supply-Logistics Development Manager

Job Purpose:

Print in London Ltd is a market leading multi-dimensional print-media group that is rapidly expanding in the recent years. The business has been mainly catering for community print-media demands that spans across entire UK and aiming to further expand across European regions. With the current annual growth of y-o-y 100%, the company has recently secured several deals that eyes significant increase in market share as well need for additional Production capacity, Strong Supply Chain, Warehousing, Logistics and associated supports.

The Supply-Logistics Development Manager is a key role within the business ambitions and is expected to lead the functions of managing goods flow to and from production units, shipping, freight matters and develop strategical locations for cost-effective distribution of the products.

 

Job description:

  • Perform various clerical, supervision and management functions relating to the transport and distribution of goods and freight
  • Formulates delivery loads, vehicle schedules and routes to be followed by delivery staff
  • Monitor’s tachograph readings and maintains records of hours worked and distance travelled by drivers;
  • Obtains customs clearance and processes import and export documentation necessary for the movement of goods between countries;
  • Maintains records regarding the movement and location of freight, containers and staff.
  • Seek business development opportunities through existing and potential markets
  • Assess and evaluate transportation of specialist machinery, equipment, materials and other products or services that require technical knowledge
  • Assesses condition, location, desirability and amenities of storage / production facilities to be valued
  • Assesses costs of materials, labour and other factors such as required profit margins, transport costs, tariffs and fare structures, possible hazards, etc.

Job Dimensions:

This is a new position with ability to act as member of the Centre of Excellence focused solely on Logistics-supply/delivery.  This role will act as the expert within organization, and will mentor colleagues in Logistics, Supply/Delivery and business opportunity management.

This will be supervisory role and expected to manage two resources

Key Challenges:

  • Transitioning between current business model and contribute to the execution towards the business vision, driving initiatives that are concepts or new processes which require operational and/or technology changes
  • Convincing the organisation to execute through influence rather than direct authority
  • Managing diverse stakeholders across regions / geography
  • Successfully meeting the needs of distinct nature of the role with significant growth, footprint & improvement programs

 

Qualifications requirements:
Ideally the candidate must possess NVQs/ SVQs or equivalent grades. Training is usually provided on-the-job. The candidate must demonstrate strong leadership skills and should be able to manage multiple stakeholders and coordination of multiple disciplines.

Also, any relevant professional qualifications, although not a requirement but will be considered as an advantage.

Additionally, the candidate must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Good working knowledge of operations/logistics / shipping / freight /warehousing especially in the printing – media industry.
  • Commercial mindset with experience in developing business cases and stakeholder management in the printing industry
  • Ability to think strategically and see the big picture in line with the printing -media industry.
  • Must be able to work independently and create bridges across functions

 

Working Hour: 37.5 hours weekly pro-rata basis

 

Salary: £24500

 

Contact us: hr@printinlondon.co.uk