Digital Producer looking to step up working on large enterprise projects?
Our client, an established Agency located in Central Auckland who are looking for a Digital Producer / Project Manager to work across a range of clients. They require someone who can hit the ground running across a variety of projects in a hybrid capacity, digital production and project management.
You must be a natural leader with exceptional organisational skills, the ability to prioritise deadlines, oversee people and clients on a concurrent basis. You'll be the 'go-to person' that connects strategy, creative and all digital projects so a passion for well-oiled systems and processes is a must.
- Previous experience in a mid to Senior level role as a Digital Producer and Project Manager
- Management of online / web builds including native applications, digital agency background or 'tech' experience (preferred)
- Experienced in managing large scale / enterprise level projects
- Ability to plan and lead digital campaigns from the initial stages through to final delivery
- Ability to manage the delivery process - resource, timing, financial targets and deliverables
- Assist in client meetings and presentations; capture accurate, detailed notes and action tasks
- Transform client requirements into clear and documented project scopes, estimates and proposals
- Track and report on progress with both internal and external stakeholders
- Ensure standards are met with robust QC, UAT, support and maintenance processes
- Able to troubleshoot under pressure and resolve problems – displaying resilience and calm under time constraints in a fast-paced environment
- Maintain a high level of confidentiality, building trust and rapport with clients and agency personnel
- Experience with SilverStripe and development project management e.g. Jira, Atlassian
- Experience with website performance SEO tools e.g. Google Analytics, Search Console, Adwords, Hotjar etc.
- Experience with social and digital media tools e.g. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Hootsuite
Culture & Fit:
- Self-driven and motivated
- Able to prioritise well and multitask
- Positive, personable, with a calm attitude
- Confident team player
- Process driven with exceptional organisation skills
- Central Auckland location
- Established industry leader
- Work within a great environment that also provides you with variety
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