What does a Production Coordinator II do?
A production coordinator is responsible for ensuring quality assurance and the production team meets scheduled goals. This entails a range of oversight of work including planning, scheduling, directing and executing production activities for maximum performance of projects. Other duties include the development of cost-effective measures with the aim of achieving exceptional business practices. Typical job progression of this role involves adopting a managerial position or directorship.
Production coordinators typically require a bachelor's degree in business management or a related field as the minimum form of educational qualifications. In some instances, companies may accept certifications that act in place of a bachelor's degree. Employers often request prior experience working as a production coordinator or a related role in the industry and successful candidates often possess strong analytical and problem-solving skills with a strong familiarity with technical software.
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Production Coordinator II Career Path
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Production Coordinator II Insights
“Management cares about the workflow of each department enough to implement change based on employee feedback.”
“Coworkers that are really friendly and great to work with.”
“They do really value your work and also give you plenty of opportunities to grow.”
“Only downside would be that most career growth is fostered out of the HQ in NY”
“There are great people and projects”
“You have the best employees but worst leadership.”
“I would consider a number of the people a work with to be close friends if not family.”
“had good 401k benefits and fun people to work with.”
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The most common qualifications to become an ii production coordinator is a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.