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30th Oct

Digital Project Manager

— E Commerce Agency

Location:
Bath
Type:
Salary:
£Competitive
  • Exciting opportunity to play a key role within the project management team.

  • Lovely B2C brands to work with (predominantly retail).

  • Great time to join the newly re-branded agency with an extended service offering.

If you'd love nothing more than to work for a leading digital agency at the forefront of the talented project management team, then this could well be the role you've been waiting for.

What you'll be doing

As Digital Project Manager, it'll be down to you to manage an array of digital projects, varying in size and complexity, end to end. Youll manage eCommerce web builds, mobile builds, redesigns, 3rd party integrations and more, working closely with developers, designers and client services to deliver the highest possible standard of work - keeping your lovely clients coming back for more! Youll work closely with internal teams from development to creative whilst working closely with clients keeping them up to date with the progress of projects, mitigating risks and ensuring everything runs like clockwork.

What experience you'll need

  • Youll ideally be a Junior Digital Project Manager, Digital Project Manager or Senior Digital Project Manager within a digital agency or integrated agency.

  • Strong track record managing digital/ web related projects.

  • Experience within eCommerce design and build would be desirable.

  • First rate client management skills.

  • Excellent communication and organisational skills.

What you'll get in return for your talents

In return, you will receive a competitive salary upon experience along with a generous benefits package and the opportunity to work for an employer who encourages and support personal and professional growth with courses and certifications of your choice - from PRINCE2 to yoga!

What's next?

If you think you fit the bill, get in touch today! 

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