• Production Coordinator (Knits or Wovens) - Men's Apparel

    Work Location US-NY-New York
  • Specific Responsibilities

    The Production Coordinator contributes to the seasonal production process by coordinating the placement, execution and follow-up of manufacturing orders and by ensuring the timely delivery of quality, profitable goods.


    Operations and Results

    • Send out seasonal color palettes.
    • Responsible for fabric sourcing, including sending out development swatches, tracking counter swatches and lab dips.
    • Order and track protos, Sales samples, pre-production and top samples.
    • Pass samples to licensees as need.
    • Maintain all master development charts.
    • Receive and distribute Sales samples.
    • Responsible for ensuring Sales sample invoices are received, reviewed and processed for payment.
    • Recap proto and Sales sample meetings and relay information to factories/designers so that they can update tech packs.
    • PLM responsibilities include season setup, SKU plan place holders, entering wholesale and retail prices and data validation.
    • Create, revise, input and maintain production orders and monitor transmission to factories; coordinate records of purchase orders (POs); coordinate tracking of all pre-production samples and stock deliveries.
    • Participate in all fittings with Design and Merchandising, and ensure detailed notes are kept in PLM; adhere to and enforce production standards set by GBG.
    • Responsible for fabric and color approvals in conjunction with Design.
    • Attend regional fabric shows.

    Customers & Relationships

    • Build collaborative relationships, coordinate interoffice communication and follow-up with internal and external customers.
    • Communicate with TSG team and operations as needed.
    • Perform special projects as assigned.

    Leadership & Teams

    • Contribute positively to team dynamic and manage up where necessary.

    Skills and Requirements

    • Superior organizational skills and excellent communication skills; team oriented.
    • Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines; highly detail oriented and meticulous.
    • Creativity, technical capability and sensibility for merchandising/design.
    • Knowledge of garment manufacturing, including construction, fabrication, trim and print techniques.
    • Bachelor’s degree.
    • 2 - 4 years experience in apparel product development, production and sourcing; relevant experience in category.
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Adobe products, CAD and Mac computers.
    • Prior PLM and SAP experience preferred.

    GBG USA Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer



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