Candeo Creative is a dynamic and flourishing full-scale integrated marketing agency that lives and breathes brilliant marketing. Our culture is one that supports creativity, openness and professional development. Candeo Creative is dedicated to serving our employees through competitive compensation, benefits and office perks. We ensure that creativity matched with unbeatable passion is in the heart of our being. Candeo Creative is dedicated to seeking the best solutions for our clients, from new startups to international organizations. Our team members aim to go the extra mile, think in a critical and creative fashion and zealously serve each other and our clients.
Candeo Creative is committed to hiring qualified people to perform the many tasks necessary in providing high quality marketing services. An integral part of this policy is to provide Equal Employment Opportunity in all aspects of the employer-associate relationship without regard to race, color, age, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, genetics, citizenship status, gender, ancestry, sexual orientation, or any other class protected by federal, state or local law.
The traffic/ production manager is responsible for the internal scheduling, production and on-time delivery of all agency creative and production department work. This is accomplished through collaboration with creative directors, art directors and graphic designers, and supervision of in-house personnel such as communication specialist, multimedia specialist, media buyers, strategists, and web developers/ programmers. It is also accomplished by interfacing with a variety of outside vendors who supply work to the agency on a freelance or contract basis. The traffic/ production manager opens all client jobs entering the agency and assigns a step-by-step schedule of completion to each of those jobs as it is entered. The traffic/ production manager coordinates movement of all client jobs through all agency departments (account service, research/planning, media, creative, interactive/web, production,). Each day the traffic/production manager posts an internal status report of all active jobs in the agency, assigning a status to each job. Everyone in the agency should receive this report via internal email. The traffic/production manager also works with project managers to track and/or physically move jobs from one step of completion to the next. As changes in timing or scheduling take place, the traffic/ production manager must be informed so an accurate schedule can be produced each day. The traffic/ production manager prices all agency services, calculates in-house charges through working with various departments, and requests estimates from outside sources. This information is then incorporated in cost estimates and delivered to clients. The traffic/ production manager is responsible for obtaining the best price, quality and delivery possible for all agency projects. After acceptance of pricing, the traffic/ production manager issues purchase orders to the outside resources to complete the work and assures that when bills are received by the agency, prices are as quoted.