Studio Operations Manager
Role: Operations Manager
Location: Margate, Kent CT9 1LU
Application deadline: Friday, 27th January 2023
As part of our 2023 growth strategy, we're hiring an Operations Manager. Do you want a clear career path with an opportunity that gives you a complete creative licence? Do you love implementing processes and overseeing projects from beginning to end? Looking for an exciting role with an innovative working culture?
A+C are a leading animation studio based in Margate by the seaside. We're looking for an enthusiastic and dynamic Operations Manager to lead our 5-year business strategy. The role will be perfect for an experienced Operations Manager who will be ambitious about spearheading a creative studio and the business's strategic objectives. You will be responsible for administering projects, seeking opportunities and supporting growth plans to ensure the future smooth running of our operations
DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT EXCLUSIVE TO:
Implementing new systems and overseeing the entire operational rollout to support business development and growth.
Oversee the operations of the business and have a direct impact on creating change.
Attending or chairing internal and external development meetings where necessary
Research and development of funding opportunities for the studio
Checking projects are on track to hit target KPIs and report this to the Director
Act as an escalation point and solution provider for all operational challenges within the studio relating to resource, finance and priorities
SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND ATTRIBUTES REQUIRED:
Self-sufficient and able to use their initiative
Ideally, a background in creative agencies
Strong attention to detail
Enthusiastic and personable
Project management experience
Excellent writing, proofreading, editing and research skills.
Excellent financial literacy.
Must have the right to work in the UK.
Please send CVs and cover letters to [email protected] with the subject:
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