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29th Oct

Digital Project Manager

— 3-4 Month Contract (Digital Agency)

Location:
Remote
Type:
Salary:
  • Opportunity to work as Digital Project Manager for a leading Creative Agency.

  • 3-4 month contract with possible extension. 

  • Work for an automotive client on a mix of design and build and campaign based digital projects.

I have an urgent requirement for a long-standing client of ours to help find an impressive Digital Project Manager to join a well-respected, established creative digital agency on a contract basis running for 3-4 months.

What you’ll be doing

As Digital Project Manager your priority is to guide the design and delivery of multiple exciting projects that counts film, animation, learning, digital and design at its core.

Strong experience of design and build projects are a necessity as you will act as the lynchpin between very talented creative teams and a broad range of clients to ensure that projects are delivered successfully. Your Project Management skills will encompass managing budgets and schedules, creating project plans and identifying risk, whilst managing a small yet high functioning team to guarantee steady progress through large, complex projects.

What experience you'll need

  • You could be working as a Digital Project Manager or Digital Producer at the moment.

  • Ideally, your experience will be gained from a creative, marketing or digital agency.

  • Immediately available and able to commit to the full duration of the contract.

  • Demonstrable experience of managing design and build projects such as web apps, mobile apps, creative campaigns.

  • First-rate client management skills with the ability to manage expectations.

What you'll get in return for your talents

A day rate in the region of £200 - £250 is on offer (potentially more for the perfect candidate).

What’s next?

If you’re an agency experienced Digital Project Manager on the lookout for your next contract send your CV to francesca@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or click apply.

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    Salary:
    £40k-£45k
    Creative Multimedia Content Opportunity inc. Video.  6-12 Months Fixed Term Maternity Cover. Fantastic Employer with Great Benefits.  Here is a great opportunity to join a top Bristol business as their new Creative Content Marketing Lead/Manager.  Coming from a background within a regulated environment, ideally Financial Services, you will be a proven writer across a number of channels, including video, and will find innovative and creative ways to engage clients, rather than simply relying on emails and articles.  You couldn’t ask for a better employer, with an agile working approach, great salary and benefits, and a central Bristol location, this could be just what you’re looking for.  What you’ll be doing Working within a fast paced and dynamic environment, you will create and lead delivery of the rich content plans, ensuring they are embedded within the wider group and departments.  This is an agile environment, and you will work across multiple campaigns and squads to deliver key messages through a number of creative platforms.  This role is crying out for someone who embraces video content, who understands the power of visual communication and how it can elevate, lift and reinforce the key written message.   You will lead on every aspect, from ideation, to execution, testing, optimising, and reporting on results.  You will work to extend and broaden the channel offering, ensuring that content continues to engage clients and differentiates the business from their competitors.  Working with so many campaigns and squads, you will prioritise workflows, develop campaign briefs and content, and will utilise internal resources as well as external agencies, managing their output and results.  This is a regulated industry, and so knowledge of working with financial services products, or within a similar environment will be a huge advantage as you can demonstrate your ability to hit the ground running.   What experience you’ll need to apply Exceptional copywriter with strong verbal communication skills Proven ability to craft messages across visual mediums such as Video and Graphics  Highly creative and willing to try new things Good knowledge of SEO Previous experience within a regulated environment, ideally Financial Services Knowledge of both online and offline marketing techniques and content strategy  An understanding of digital analytics tools for reporting on performance A great project manager, and an ability to multi-task  Strong leadership and stakeholder management  Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines  Ideally an understanding of financial products and markets  What you’ll get in return for your talents  This is a top employer with great benefits.  There is a good salary on offer (£40k-£45k), good holiday allowance, massive pension and lots of other perks including flexible working options.  Please be aware that this is a 6-12 month maternity cover fixed term contract.  What next If you’re interested in this and have experience creating multimedia content for video and other visual mediums, then don’t mess around as this is an urgent requirement, apply now or contact Chris for more information.