If you are looking for a producer role with one of the best digital agencies around, this could be the job for you!
This is a senior (but not super-senior!) level role. It's imperative that you have a digital agency background and understand agency systems and processes. Proven experience delivering complex digital platforms, products and marketing communications will be essential.
**Before you read any further, this is a DIGITAL producer role, not a VIDEO producer role!**
This is an internal production-management role with a degree of client and stakeholder interaction.
You'll be used to juggling a range of clients and projects, and you'll have experience leading and mentoring a team.
This role will involve managing key projects within a busy, multi-faceted digital team. You'll love planning, thinking ahead and mitigating risks; allocating resources; balancing client requirements; understanding commercial factors and maintaining a happy, productive team.
You'll be used to tracking projects, monitoring efficiencies, and reporting. You'll be responsible for preparing and presenting project proposals, estimates, SOW, and timelines, and project plans.
You'll have a high degree of technical understanding and be able to talk-the-talk with your internal teams and be able to interpret the jargon into plain English for clients. A background in development would be useful but not essential.
You'll need to have financial acumen, and have a high-level presentation, time-management, and communication (written and oral) skills, plus a good helping of self-confidence!
This leading digital agency has a fantastic reputation, with a client roster comprised of some of New Zealand's leading brands, and a talented and experienced industry-leading team focused on creating excellent work. This agency has a social and fun company culture. Its modern Auckland CBD office is spacious and fosters a creative environment for its staff.
If you think this sounds like you, please click Apply via Email quoting reference #5996SP.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Preference will be given to applicants entitled to work in (and currently residing in) NZ and who have previous agency experience either in NZ or overseas.
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