DDB is seeking a Senior Digital Producer/Project Manager to join our growing team. With at least three years’ experience as a Digital Project Manager, you’ll be delivering large scale web projects that will ensure you’ll be both challenged while also offering flexible/reduced hours.
• End-to-end digital production and project management
• Technical scoping of projects
• Manage budgets and timelines
• Manage large scale website technical development and deployment
• Developer/designer management
• Meet deadlines, on time and within budget
• Client-facing role
• 3+ years’ experience working as a Digital Producer or Digital Project Manager
• Advanced understanding of web technologies including front end HTML, CSS and more
• Working knowledge of one or more CMS platforms.
• Excellent project management skills and able to juggle multiple projects at the same time
• Experience with common project management tools, especially Jira.
• Excellent communication skills - client-facing role
• Previous experience in an agency or large scale corporate environment a bonus.
You’ll be super organised, be technically minded and able to work collaboratively, building relationships in this internal and external facing role. You’ll bring a working knowledge of web development processes and be able to comfortably brief developers. You’ll also have excellent communication skills and experience with common project management tools. If this sounds like you, get in touch with us at email@example.com
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