Senior Digital Producer/Project Manager – 3 month contract

  • Auckland

How would you like to work for a top global digital agency on a three month contract (starting end of July/beginning of August)?

You
We are on the hunt for a world-class, agency-pedigreed digital producer/project manager.

You'll need to be very experienced; know how to write comprehensive specification documents; and be confident liaising with a wide range of stakeholders.

You'll be working on a global piece of business, so it would be an advantage if you have worked on this level of project before.

The contract role will require you to do a fair bit of international travel - potentially at short notice.

Them
Located on the city fringe, this digital agency has offices around the world, and produces premium work with premium clients.

Us
If this sounds like you, send your CV to cv@3rdeye.co.nz quoting job ref #5306SP, call Sarah on +64-21-050 2507 or Debbie +64 22 652 5735.

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