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Coordinator, Content Services - Japan

  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Content
The ideal Content Services Coordinator candidate is a self-motivated worker who thrives in an environment that relies on their self-discipline and ability to set and meet simultaneous daily and long-term deadlines. They are extremely detail-oriented and a strong communicator who responds well in a fast-paced environment. With shifting priorities and multiple deadlines, this position requires a high level of multi-tasking and follow-through.

The position is on site at our Tokyo Office.

Skills and Requirements:

  • Very strong ability to problem solve, multitask, and prioritize in a fast paced, high volume environment
  • Minimum 2 years of experience dealing with digital assets and partner relationships preferably in a studio or technology related environment
  • Background with the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Bridge and InDesign) preferred
  • Ability to manage multiple time-sensitive tasks simultaneously and independently
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in both English and Japanese
  • Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Must be able to maintain accuracy and attention to detail with high volume tasks
  • Strong team player

Responsibilities:

  • Review, prioritize, and track digital assets 
  • Independently execute and use discretion to escalate issues in a timely and appropriate manner
  • Understand, advocate, and embody the company’s values and team goals
  • Aggregate and review metrics to strengthen and improve yourself and the team
  • Consistently strive to review the current operational workflow and identify efficiencies
  • Assist with creative asset approvals
  • Assist with digital asset management and archiving including transferring, renaming, attaching metadata, adjusting, backing up and uploading
  • Assist with downloading, formatting and distributing EPK, clips and video footage
  • Provide support to internal marketing / PR & Social teams