|Salary:||£35000 - £42000 per annum|
Our client is a branding and design agency with a focus on the world of location branding across residential, commercial and retail properties. They've got a top range of clients, a supportive and hands-on management team, and an excellent track record for delivering highly creative work across brand design, digital build and marketing projects. They've actually been nonstop throughout the various lockdowns and the trials and tribulations of covid and now they are looking for a digital project manager to join their delivery team.
What You'll Be Doing
It's a classic digital project management role. You'll be working closely with the rest of the digital team (which includes designers, UXers and devs), along with the account managers (who tend to deliver their own branding projects) to deliver predominantly website build projects.
Your day to day will include the usual project management skill set of scoping, budgeting, and scheduling work along with managing the project through the delivery and production phase. As the agency are relatively boutique you will be client facing throughout, but you won't be expected to grow accounts or build relationships; that's what the AMs are for.
The team around you will include several other highly experienced digital producers, a digital lead who will help you learn and grow, and a well established design and technical team.
Who We're Looking For
We're looking for someone with experience in the effective delivery of digital platforms with budgets ranging from £10k microsites to larger builds in the £50-80k range (of course bigger isn't a bad thing!).
If you've got experience or knowledge of working on SEO and/or SEM and delivering digital marketing campaigns then this would also be an asset, but web build is the priority here. Being comfortable with being client facing is important, so well developed communications skills will go a long way for this one.
All the usual personality traits apply - we are after somebody who wants to roll their sleeves up and muck in with a tight knit, highly collaborative team.
If this sounds like the project management role for you then get in touch now at CS@tomorrowlondon.co.uk
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