RAPP Dallas is looking for a Senior Project Manager to join our award-winning Program Management team.

WHO WE ARE:

We are RAPP – world leaders in activating growth with precision and empathy at scale.

As a global, next-generation precision marketing agency we leverage data, creativity, technology, and empathy to foster client growth. We champion individuality in the marketing solutions we create, and in our workplace. We fight for solutions that adapt to the individual’s needs, beliefs, behaviors, and aspirations.

We foster an inclusive workplace that values diversity and emphasizes personal well-being.

HOW WE DO IT:

At RAPP, our fearless superconnectors help to create value from personal brand experiences by focusing on three key areas: connected data, connected content and connected decisioning.

Our data analysts identify who that person is, our strategists understand what they want, and our award-winning technologists and creatives know how to deliver it – ensuring we’re able to activate authentic customer connections for our clients.

Part of Omnicom’s Precision Marketing Group, RAPP is comprised of 2,000+ creatives, technologists, strategists, and data and marketing scientists across 15+ global markets.

YOUR ROLE:

As a Senior Project Manager you’re the director of the client projects – you’re the one who knows how to make things happen. You’re the master of the execution and process from project initiation to delivery. You’re passionate about the space from CRM, Digital and Direct Mail. You’re creative, solutions-oriented, organized, collaborative and have exceptional people skills.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Keeps projects moving forward smoothly, develops project plans for new work, ensures that creative can be produced within specified timeframes, efficiently manages + communicates milestones throughout the project lifecycle, proactively mitigates risks and comfortably adapts to changes from inception to delivery of projects.
  • Manages account/project-related meetings including weekly account status meetings, internal reviews, etc.
  • Co-authors all project SOW’s, estimates and change order documentation. Ensures that SOWs have been signed off by all department leads and have tight deliverables.
  • Effectively manages budgets for projects, ensures that deliverables can be produced within specified budgets, proactively identifies any risks and escalates needs to business/agency leads to be addressed.
  • Aligns the project team to the work to ensure that resources are available and present at the appropriate times throughout project lifecycles.
  • Responsible for maintaining the required level of quality through every step of the delivery process.
  • Vendor Management & Tracking – works with 3rd party partners to align on project related costs, tracking deliverables to the approved budget and internal integration of vendor costs into client SOW documents.
  • Manages simultaneous projects within budgetary and schedule constraints.
  • Collaborates with disciplines across the agency to deliver the highest quality of work.
  • Builds respectful, strong working relationships with internal teams from Business Leadership to execution resources on a project, as well as external partners and vendors.
  • Builds respectful, strong working relationships when applicable with clients. Ensure understanding and adherence to agency process.
  • Optimizes production workflows and processes with a goal of constant improvement.
  • Experience with project management/workflow tools such as Jira and Workfront.
  • Strong understanding of CRM projects, including the development and deployment workflow.
  • Leads efficient meetings and conference calls. Ensures that timely actions regarding next steps are taken.
  • Is a champion of the agency process and quality work. Ensures adherence by all parties.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • 5+ years of creative/production Project Management experience in a Program/Project Management department in CRM and 360 campaign management (i.e. digital, direct mail and email) at an advertising, digital or direct marketing agency.
  • Experience in multiplatform content extensions and original content production.
  • Working knowledge of print production/execution processes.
  • Working knowledge and understanding of web technologies, including HTML, DHTML,  XML, etc.
  • Possess an established track record of successful accomplishment with clients/teams.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office products(Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, Visio and Word).
  • Experience with Workfront or related  Project Management software..
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Strong organizational skills. .
  • Strong problem solving skills.
  • Strong verbal/written communication skills.
  • Strong leadership skills.
  • Ability to apply critical and strategic thinking.
  • Ability to manage a high volume of projects independently from inception through completion.
  • Ability/desire to manage/mentor junior Project Managers (if applicable.)
  • Ability to work outside of normal business hours as needed.
  • Provide project documentation samples (Project Plans and SOWs.)

 


Our Hybrid Work Model:

RAPP's current hybrid model is designed to enable in-person connections and collaboration that is core to our culture, while also supporting flexibility for all employees. As such, we have the option to work from home two days per week, if we'd like.

RAPP provides a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits plan. Benefits for this role include health/vision/dental insurance, 401(k), stock options, Healthcare & Dependent Flexible Spending Accounts, vacation, sick, and personal days and positive activism days, paid parental leave and disability benefits. For more information regarding Omnicom benefits, please visit www.omnicombenefits.com. A reasonable estimate of the salary for this role, at the time of posting, is $77,000 - $94,000. This range is specific to Dallas and multiple factors are considered in making compensation decisions including, but not limited to: skill set, experience and training, certifications; etc. This is an exempt position. If your requirements fall outside of this range, you are still welcome to apply.

“As an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status.”

NOTE:  This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

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