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Job: Digital Asset Archivist at Fossil, Inc.

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Fossil is a global retailer specializing in the design, innovation, and
marketing of fashion lifestyle and accessory products. At the heart of
Fossil's vision is a commitment to fostering creativity and delivering the
best in design through its two core businesses: the Fossil brand; and a multi-
brand watch business. The Fossil brand is rooted in authenticity and a
distinctive vintage-inspired design aesthetic. With over 400 stores worldwide
and a strong global e-commerce business, the brand is internationally known
for its eclectic assortment of lifestyle and accessory items including
watches, handbags, and clothing. The Company also creates fashion accessories
for a number of other owned and licensed brands including MICHELE, Zodiac,
Relic, Emporio Armani, DKNY, Armani Exchange, Michael Kors, Diesel, Burberry,
Marc by Marc Jacobs, adidas, and Karl Lagerfeld. The Company is constantly
developing its multi-brand portfolio through its core competencies in
innovative branding, world-class design, and dynamic global distribution.

  
Fossil is seeking a Digital Asset Archivist to implement and maintain a
digital asset management program using OpenText ECM Suite and specifically,
the Media Manager Tool. This person will work closely with various graphic and
product design teams as well as our photo studio and digital imagers to
establish metadata standards and best practices in image archiving. This
person will oversee the uploading, description, and retrieval of images
produced by Fossil's photography and art design teams. The successful
applicant will be responsible for leading overall strategy and workflow of the
Digital Asset Management system, including managing usage rights and
facilitating asset uploading. This person will register internal and external
users and apply access permissions, generate reports, and facilitate retrieval
of previously cataloged images and shoots. This Archivist will create policies
and procedures as necessary and will keep informed of latest DAM trends and
innovations. Other duties as identified and assigned may be required.

  
Required Skills and Experience

  * Energetic, patient self-starter with a positive attitude
  * Highly organized with attention to detail
  * Effective communicator who enjoys working collaboratively and works well with multiple players
  * Works well in a fast-paced environment
  * Ability to work and communicate with non-technical end users
  * Consistent and flexible
  * Ability to demonstrate cost effectiveness of DAM
  * Ability to take initiative in investigating new ideas and implementing change
  * Three years experience in digital asset management (preferably managing creative assets)
  * Master degree in Library Science or equivalent preferred
  * Demonstrated knowledge of metadata provision, standards and schema
  * Demonstrated knowledge of information organization and retrieval
  * Project management experience
Accommodations Statement Fossil is an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment
Opportunity Employer. Anyone requiring special accommodations to our normal
application process please email [log in to unmask] and we
will assist you.

  
Brand Highlights Fossil is an American lifestyle brand, creatively rooted in
authentic vintage and classic design. Fossil stands for the optimism and
creativity at the heart of American culture. Inspired by vintage design, we
take the best from the past and update it for today's consumers. Since 1984,
we have shared our quality products with our fans as we celebrate living an
authentic life. As we approach our 30th anniversary, we will continue to
reinvent the best of vintage culture with a modern eye.



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