We are champions of positive dissatisfaction.
Dissatisfied with the way it’s always been,
with handcuffs and limits and rules,
with insights that aren’t insightful,
and with creative that doesn’t make you feel.
We believe dissatisfaction is the mother of reinvention.
That’s why our mascot is the octopus.
It’s the only organism on the planet that routinely edits its own genetic material
to adapt, innovate, and thrive.
It outsmarts the competition by constantly changing.
It reinvents, repeats, reinvents, repeats.
And so do we. 
In a world where the most innovative brands grow faster than the competition,
we are, pound for pound, the most effective agency in the world. Eleven years running.
MullenLowe: Always Be a Challenger.


 

The Project Management Team is responsible for planning, coordinating, managing and facilitating the workflow of all of the agency’s work, from beginning to end, in a timely and efficient manner, ensuring all projects are executed on time and within budget. Projects range from a single print ad, OOH, etc. to integrated brand campaigns.

The Project Coordinator  is responsible for coordinating all of the information provided by each department, communicating that information to all team members, and raising any potential issues regarding budget, timing or resources. They work closely with the account and finance teams regarding the SOW/retainer fee and project fees for their accounts.

The Project Coordinator  manages projects across all mediums – print, OOH, social, digital, collateral, video/TV, radio, events/activations, etc. - as well as for overseeing the creation of logos and brand guidelines with the design department.

Responsibilities

  • Developing and managing timelines and schedules.
  • Assisting in the scope of projects.
  • Assisting in managing monthly reconciliation of actual hours against fee.
  • Meeting and managing project deadlines/deliverable dates and planning for a client's longer-term needs.
  • Drive the creative development process with the creative team, across all media and communication channels, including static and moving media, digital, social and activations.
  • Manage internal reviews and ensure clarity of communication for next steps across all parties, and committed to executing jobs to the highest quality standards.
  • Ensuring the complete integration of other departments and resources throughout the development process, and into formal production.
  • Assisting on New Business pitches when needed.
  • Works with the creative manager to obtain creative resources.

Qualifications

  • Four-year degree or equivalent experience.
  • 2+ years of experience in an agency or similar environment is a plus
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
  • Candidate must be energetic, organized, extremely proactive and ready to solve issues
  • Professionalism and an effective communication style is a necessity in this position.
  • An interest in learning and educating others on the processes and duties of all creative services team, acceptable expectations, and delivery turnaround times is imperative

The salary range for this position is $40-$55K. Where an employee or prospective employee is paid within this range will depend on, among other factors, actual ranges for current/former employees in the subject position; market considerations; budgetary considerations; tenure and standing with the company (applicable to current employees); as well as the employee’s/applicant’s background, pertinent experience and qualifications.


 

The work is never perfect, so how could we ask that of our applicants? What we do seek out at MullenLowe are original thinkers with a thing for unconventional ideas that solve tomorrow’s big problems. Is that you? Check doubt at the door and apply for the roles that will excite and challenge you in new ways.

EEOC Statement: 

At MullenLowe U.S., we believe openness is fundamental to creativity. We’re open to different approaches, perspectives, and ways of thinking that come from working with people from diverse cultures, ethnicities, and sexual orientations, and we don’t believe we can get to the best place creatively without them. We strongly encourage women; Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) individuals; LGBTQ+ individuals; people with disabilities; people of all ages and religion; members of ethnic minorities; foreign-born residents; and veterans to apply.

 We do not discriminate on any unlawful basis including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by law.

Black At MullenLowe:

We signed a pledge with In For 13 to be the change we want to see in the advertising and production industry by elevating the representation, inclusion, and advancement of Black talent across our agency. We stand committed to this pledge and our goals to continually evolve into a workforce rich with diversity of thought, experiences, perspectives, and people.

You must be eligible to work in the United States to be considered for this role.

This job description is subject to change at any time.

Work is regularly performed in a professional office environment and routinely uses standard office equipment. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

ACCESSIBILITY NOTICE: If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process due to a physical or mental disability, please send an email to: disabilityaccommodations@mullenlowe.com - please include your location in the subject line of your email (BOS, NY, LA, WNS)

MullenLowe is an EEO/AA M/F/Disability/Vet Employer.
MullenLowe participates in E-Verify.

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