Digital Producer

  • Auckland

Do you have high standards and at least 2+ years’ experience working across digital campaigns, mobile and specialist site builds, then read on!

Our client is looking for a combined specialist. You will have intermediate level digital producer experience - running digital campaigns and projects, working closely with the designers, talking the talk with the development team in-house, and with the client-side development teams.

Joining this well-established team, you will be working on a large scale mobile app development project, along with various responsive projects and general day to day web / digital producing. You will have the intermediate level depth of Project Manager expertise – working closely with the senior producer to scope out technical projects. This role will allow you to continue to grow your skillset across UX, work with research data, define specifications and effectively lead projects through to timely deliverables.

You will be a confident and articulate communicator, both verbal and written, with strong creative and development brief writing skills, along with the ability to think big, and bring it down to the fine detail.

This role will start as soon as you can.

If you have the 2+ years’ experience and a huge passion for producing digital projects and would love to advance your career, working alongside excellent mentors - send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store - email or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Reference Job 2487.

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