Manager, Installation, Staging

ASH NYC

Los Angeles, CA

REPORTS TO

Director of Staging

 

JOB PURPOSE

The primary focus of the Manager, Installation, Staging role is to maintain standards and quality on installations and report back to the The Director of Staging. This role also entails scheduling the Installation team, enforcing ASH NYC policies, communicating with the Warehouse team and Design Team project managers, preparing supplies and tools for installation team members at the warehouse. The Manager is also responsible for scheduling and the keeping of notes on the installation team members punctuality and work performance; such notes must be reported to the Director of Staging.  

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Enforcing the ASH Uniform Policy
  • Preparing supplies and tools for team members at the warehouse
  • Communicating with Project Managers to ensure light fixtures removal/installation is scheduled within the project timeline
  • Running point on installations and overseeing movers
  • Making sure supplies are on hand at the warehouse for future installations (Examples: Shoe covers, tools, felt pads, etc…)
  • Taking photos of the unit before the move in and on the move out. Any damages or marks on the floors and walls must be reported right immediately to the Project Manager and photos need to be uploaded to Box.
  • Attend meetings and site visits with the Project Managers and the Director of Staging
  • Coordinate when movers are needed to the warehouse manager, staying in touch with the warehouse is a big factor as we need to ensure cohesion
  • Open communication with Project Managers, Warehouse Team and Director of Staging
  • Notifying the project manager and Warehouse Team when an item arrives damaged right away; This includes taking photos and sending the ID number
  • Creating punch lists at end of day and sending to the Installation Team, Project Manager, Warehouse Team and Director of Staging
  • Uploading photos at the end of each day to Box and notifying the Project Manager and Director of Staging
  • Assist in activities including photo documentation, measurements, note-taking
  • Assist project managers on the East Coast/West Coast with any in-person activities required including but not limited to buying, delivering, receiving, and surveying
  • Scheduling the installation team. This entails sending schedules via google calendar, email and text message before 6pm evening.
  • Research and implement new techniques for moving and art handling
  • Send out a weekly schedule of all staging projects for the following week every Friday before 3pm
  • Assist in art handling and assisting in light moving of furniture and updating of completed designs once installations are in process, and also after projects are completed
  • Keeping track of associates hours and punctuality. Notifying the Director of Staging of these a problem is observed
  • Ability to travel across the country and maintain a valid drivers license
  • Reach and exceed target goals set by the Director of Staging
  • Learn and operate ASH inventory, our online portal and inventory database
  • Help prepare outgoing shipments for installations and returning pieces to warehouse

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Knowledge, Experience and Interest in Staging
  • Requires extremely close attention to detail
  • Physical strength required for moving, art handling, and general installation and moving assistance.
  • Ability to work independently and receive direction from the East Coast headquarters regardless of global position
  • Management / Time Management capabilities
  • Ability to travel
  • Flexibility with hours
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Valid US Drivers License in good standing
  • Must own personal vehicle, for transportation to/from site, as well as moving inventory to/from site
  • Previous experience in a leadership role
  • Comfortable using a range of power and hand tools
  • General handyman knowledge (woodworking, electrical, construction)
  • Ability to correspond with clients and colleagues clearly

 

COMPENSATION

  • Commensurate with experience
  • annual discretionary performance bonus
  • two weeks of PTO
  • sick days
  • health insurance
  • PTO for winter recess, major national holidays, etc. as noted on the annual company calendar
  • discount sharing on any item purchase personally from a company vendor
  • annual performance review with Director of Staging to determine compensation package and position changes

Contact: samantha@ashnyc.com

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