As the Digital Project Manager, you will be dedicated to the agency's long term and new clients. The Digital Project Manager will collaborate cross-functionally to oversee the production of a range of digital projects, with a focus on digital content including responsive email and web content, creative branding, case studies, white papers, etc. This is a highly visible role, as the Digital Project Manager will be interfacing with client leadership.
APPROACH & ATTITUDE
With demonstrable web project management skills, you will have the ability to drive projects through to completion. Also a keen eye and interest for new developments and will help us to see how we can apply these to clients’ needs and develop our portfolio.
You will be a team player who isn’t afraid to muck-in, you will be seen as a safe pair of hands who can take something and run with it. You will have an eye for detail and figures showing resourcefulness and the ability to stay calm and focused under pressure. You will be solutions focused and demonstrate a passion for great strategic and creative work, seeking at all times to apply that to your role.
We are looking for thinkers, with a passion for digital that will add value to the processes and help drive continual improvements within the project management team. You will be able to multi-task and have capacity and stamina for work and remain unflappable under pressure.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES
The Digital Project Manager will be responsible for scope, budget, timeline, statements of work, scheduling, resource allocation, and status meetings, and will regularly interface with members of the account, creative, development, and production teams, as well as with clients and external vendors.
The Digital Project Manager must be able to manage multiple competing priorities under tight deadlines, and bring a successful track record of delivering projects on time, on budget, and in line with client objectives and expectations. Exceptional attention to detail and grace under fire are paramount.
NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
• 2+ years' experience as a Producer or Project Manager in a digital agency environment
• Prince2 certification would be advantageous
• Extensive experience executing a range of digital content initiatives
• Proven track record of delivering projects on time, on budget, and in line with client objectives and expectations
• Exceptional attention to detail and strong written and verbal communication skills
• Demonstrated ability to collaborate within a team and perform well under the pressure of tight deadlines
• Bachelor's degree in advertising, marketing, or related field
• Ability to analyze the brief and accurately identify issues to be resolved
• Experience of identifying problems and providing solutions during the project lifestyle.
• Excellent communication skills with proven ability to communicate issues and solutions confidently to all stakeholders
• Experience of producing accurate project documentation
• Experience of managing time and budgets of team members and the project
• Knowledge of the print productions process from start to finish is an advantage
• Knowledge and experience of complex DM, eDM and banner campaigns (different substrates, sizes and finishes)
• Knowledge and experience of localisation/trancreation of assets, microsite and website builds.
• Experience of content management system build and integration
• Experience of briefing 3rd party suppliers
• Knowledge or experience of managing any of the following types of projects would be useful: e-commerce, mobile application and / or other emerging technologies development, SEO / PPC and analytics, Digital Strategy, carrying out/managing User Testing/Analysis in Test phase, understanding and ability to contribute to: Accessibility (best practice), UX
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I just looked up when they launched Citrus which was 2013. They launched 0% Citrus during the campaign time, but that product is tiny, so the Citrus launch was two years before the campaign time so you'd argument is gone.
To start questioning award decisions is a whole can of worms. There are lovers and haters aplenty of this campaign and most. But you know what, winning is pleasing and motivating and rewarding. So best do that (if you can).
The crucial thing is what growth they claimed in the paper, and did they leave out their biggest sales success story, Citrus, on purpose? I suspect we'll never know.
That's great growth! 12.7% during the Effies results period? In the period after the campaign launched (value or Volume)? And without any impact from the Citrus launch?
Wrong, Export Gold up 12.7% MAT.
Nope you're wrong. Export overall is up year-on-year, but not Gold itself. And other brands, like Speight's are actually flat, not in free-fall decline. Look at the data.
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