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Arc’teryx Equipment a Division of Amer Sports Canada Inc.
110 - 2220 Dollarton Hwy
North Vancouver, BC
Canada V7H 1A8

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Hovedresepsjon:
Telefon: 604.960-3001
Faks: 604.904-3692


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Jobb hos Arc'teryx

Colour Department Administrator

Location: North Vancouver, BC

Department: Product and Merchandising

Reports to: Manager, Colour Line Operations

Starting Salary and Benefits: Commensurate with experience; extended health and dental; great parties and events (both indoors and out); indoor staff climbing gym

Job Details:

  • Manage the ordering, naming and filing of colour standard references
  • Establish and maintain good Vendor relations thru communicating our seasonal expectations and vendor manuals
  • Create and maintain TAS “virtual models’ (shared raw materials) internally and externally
  • Own , create and maintain seasonal binders and process lab dip requests
  • Track lab dip requests through TAS/tracking sheets to guide follow up with mills
  • Measure dips received with spectrophotometer and record data for Designers
  • Communicate rejection comments, cancellations and approvals to all Vendors
  • Provide visibility on seasonal progress through departmental tracking tools
  • Develop and maintain Fabric and Trim libraries for Colour Designer team
  • Create raw materials colour skus for all new finished goods colors and enter colorway BOM’s
  • Colour QC all SMS yardage by spectrophotometer measurement and visually in light booth
  • Provide Marketing with new seasonal swatches
  • Proof workbook drawings and gel logos as required
  • Assist in all ways possible to achieve on time delivery of all coloured fabrics and trims for SMS
  • Maintain department resources, ie. spectrophotometer database, training manual, filing systems

Required:

  • Colour acuity
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Accurate data entry skills
  • Effective organizational and time management skills
  • An appreciation for colour and changing trends
  • Ability to adhere to critical path and established deadlines
  • Intermediate level Excel, Word and Outlook experience
  • Effective communication skills, including strong written and spoken English

Assets:

  • Proactive and comfortable communicating and coordinating with internal departments and external vendors
  • Knowledge of Arc’teryx products and other outdoor related products; and an appreciation for colour
  • Cantonese or Mandarin language skills

How to apply:

Please forward resume and cover letter in PDF or Word format tohr@arcteryx.com. It is important to quote "1505-CDA-Int" in the subject line of your email. Deadline to apply: June 20, 2015

Arc'teryx hires on the basis of merit and is committed to Employment Equity.

You can expect an email acknowledging the receipt of your submission within 5 days of your initial correspondence.

Thank you in advance for your interest in Arc'teryx.

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