Xerox DTP Coordinator (Temporary contract) in Budapest, Hungary
PURPOSE OF ROLE
To deliver publishing services for a major account or group of smaller accounts, ensuring quality, schedule and cost requirements are met.
SCOPE OF ROLE
To facilitate the simultaneous launch of both Xerox and external customer’s products into the global market place. The Desktop Publishing Coordinator has the overall responsibility of the activities relating to the desktop publishing cycle and delivering medium-scale multiple language localisation projects. These activities are carried out by engaging and managing both internal and external resources with the capability of using a variety of software packages for the PC and Mac, ensuring cost, delivery and quality are met.
Allocation of work to ensure optimum utilisation of internal and external resources to meet both specified levels of quality and deadlines.
Liaising with Authors, Project Managers, Translators and Validators to facilitate problem resolution.
Track the status of all projects and languages, in order to provide a status report to the Project Manager.
Meet regularly with Project Managers to ensure sufficient resource is secured to meet their requirements.
Update supplier PO’s on GlobalTrax (internal financial system) from supplier timesheets.
BACKGROUND, EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
I.T. literate (good knowledge of MS-Office), working as part of a team, attention to detail, good verbal and written skills.
Ideally have some previous DTP experience and German language skills to support German market.
initially 6 months contract with consequent possible change to a Permanent Contract.
Title: DTP Coordinator (Temporary contract)
Requisition ID: 18002148
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