A key Studio / Production Manager position with a large packaging group
Our client is a large packaging group. With this position it is all about scale in that we would like to hear from candidates who run large teams (20 - 50 head count). We find that when we advertise Studio Management roles for our larger clients we often get applicants who have run a 5 to 15 head count. Unfortunately this is not the correct level we seek. Importantly, candidates must be from either a packaging discipline, packaging repro or labels. Again, for these roles we often get applications from Studio Managers from Web, Sheet Fed, Publishing and other non-packaging sectors, however these won't be a match. We try to be as precise as possible, not just to save our time, but more importantly, to stop candidate’s building up their hopes for a position that is not a match.
I was just about to describe the job - however I know for certain, the right type of applicant will know exactly what a Studio Manager does!!!
This position has now been filled, but has been left on our website as we have other similar vacancies to this on an ongoing basis that might interest you. More importantly, we have vacancies that are not advertised due to their confidential nature therefore it would certainly be in your interest to email your CV, as a word document, depending on which sector you are in, to :-
Head of Packaging recruitment – Greg Nelson – email@example.com
Head of Print recruitment–Neil Pearson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Head Paper recruitment – Gary Young – email@example.com
Board level, account management and all levels of sales vacancies –
George Thompson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Our divisional heads will then email your CV internally to the consultant who specialises in your exact sector, for example a category of packaging is cartons, a category of print is print management, in fact we have over 30 specialist categories. Our specialist consultant will contact you if we have a live vacancy that matches, or contact you in the near future as soon a good match to skill set and experience becomes available.