Production & Logistics Coordinator
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Dakota Jackson Inc.
• Working with variety of vendors, workrooms, & industry technicians (both domestic and overseas) for production, maintenance, and restoration of made-to-order product
• Handling all purchasing needs & scheduling of orders.
• Managing all inbound and outbound shipping needs. Working with qualified luxury furniture shipping agents for both drop-ship and white glove deliveries
• Maintaining production report and leading weekly company meetings to monitor status of all active orders and projects
• Working closely with design team on engineering and aesthetic details for all orders to ensure accuracy and client satisfaction
• Managing in-house upholstery department projects
• Working closely with Client Services Coordinator and workrooms to resolve customer service problems (damages, delays, quality control, etc.)
• Organizing and maintaining inventory records of all product
• Aiding in product/prototype development
• Must be a forward-thinker capable of asking the next logical question.
• When challenged with a new problem, have the ability to think outside the box as the company’s lead solution provider.
• Self-motivated and willing to share new ideas to create efficiency.
• Highly organized and detail oriented.
• Responsible and punctual
• Work well with team members in an effort to create the best experience for the customer.
• Must have a high level of computer experience. Proficiency with Sage, MS Office, and Adobe preferred (Excel will be used heavily.)
• Prior experience within the industry with production is a must
• Must be willing to travel when required
In a career spanning over four decades, Dakota Jackson has been one of the leading figures in American furniture design. Since the early seventies, when he emerged as a major contributor to the Art Furniture movement, each of his seminal designs has been a combination of exquisite craft, intriguing engineering, and original form. Dakota Jackson furniture can be found in collections of the world’s leading museums, including The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Germany’s Deutsches Architektur Museum, The Brooklyn Museum, New York’s Museum of Art and Design, The Chicago Athenaeum, and The London Design Museum.