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The Packaging Project Manager is responsible for the successful completion of client projects while ensuring client satisfaction. This position will manage projects to ensure execution of all tasks; including assisting in organizing, managing and communicating with resources that deliver all the work required to complete a project. This position will manage all factors that govern project success to ensure high-quality delivery within time, cost and scope parameters, and assist with and manage high-level projects with the support of a Senior Management Team.


  • Centralized Communications
    Serve as the centralized communications point and ensure that all team members receive timely and appropriate project information
  • Workflow
    Enforces a streamlined workflow of JPG processes
  • Organization
    Ensure that all project documents are captured in the project and files are categorized and well organized
  • Resource Planning
    Assist with providing information to map out intended client projects in a capacity plan for review against other work in progress
  • Oversight
    Manage the schedule throughout the project lifecycle to track progress and make adjustments for any changes that may be necessary
  • Approvals
    Secure approvals at all stages of the workflow process
  • Quality Assurance Reviews
    Make certain our work meets our quality standards and that tasks and projects are completed properly to ensure client satisfaction
  • Problem Resolution
    Monitor project problems to ensure that issues are resolved satisfactorily and on a timely basis
  • Meeting Scheduling/Coordination
    create/design meeting schedules to achieve effective communication and exchange information between all key stakeholders
  • Liaison
    Acts as the primary liaison among internal departments


  • Proven experience in project management in a retail/CPG environment
  • Strong understanding of the packaging graphics industry
  • Knowledge of flexographic, offset and gravure print processes
  • An understanding of prepress production requirements
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to lead customer meetings without oversight
  • Ability to multi-task and re-prioritize in high-pressure situations
  • Solid computer skills in both Mac/PC environments
  • At least 4 years of experience in packaging project management is preferred. Any combination of education/work experience will substitute for minimum requirements.