Passionate about all things digital? Looking to get into a creative agency? Our client is looking for a solid intermediate Digital Project Manager to work across a number of large corporate clients.
Working under a top Senior Digital Producer, this role will allow you to own your own clients and projects, while assisting on large scale projects within a great digital / UX / Dev team. The successful candidate we be proven and confident working across a range of digital mediums and media including mobile App's, websites, online content.
Confident across all things 'digital production', you will have sound knowledge across general digital producing, while being driven by results to deliver to a high standard every time.
Ready to grow your career within a large, fun and dynamic creative-led digital agency? Apply today!
∙ 2 – 6 years experience.
∙ Digital Agency or Tech consultant experience (preferred).
∙ Experience with large corporate clients.
∙ Confidence in supporting a Senior Digital Producer/Manager.
∙ Experience in large scale mobile app development.
∙ Knowledge of responsive standards, testing abilities and general web/digital producing.
∙ Ability to take client briefs, and process them into creative/digital/developer briefs.
∙ Information gathering, preparing schedules and estimates.
∙ Management of budgets, internal resource, design and development.
∙ Results focussed, delivery work on time and within scope.
∙ Client facing, case-by-case meetings.
∙ Strong attention to details.
∙ Highly organised, able to multi-task.
Personality & Culture Fit:
∙ Personable and professional.
∙ Proactive, keen to develop within the role.
$60–$70k + KiwiSaver
∙ Central location with street parking.
∙ Fun team culture.
∙ Career development.
Let Lorna and The Pond agents help you realise your market value and future career potential. Apply today, or get in touch for more information.
Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.
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Abolustely gutted to see Paul go, he’s been an awesome leader at 99 and bought a great vibe to the agency. He will no doubt smash it on his next endeavour and I wish him all the best, they are ...
What a loss for 99, but I’m sure Troy will carry on your good work. A true advertising legend and an agent of change leaving before the fruits of his labour are fully realised. Best of luck Paul in your ...
No mention of Ali Mau? I would hope Mediaworks are - at the very least - retaining her as a fill-in presenter for any of the key roles?
Sounds great; I'm looking forward to the new channel. Congratulations to Three for their much deserved success in the ratings.
Predictable, safe and vanilla. Will be forgotten pretty quickly I suspect.
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