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Job Overview: 

As a consumer engagement agency, digital strategy and execution permeate everything we do. Digital isn’t a group or a department within The Marketing Arm—it’s an ever-present way of connecting with, engaging, and rewarding consumers and creating emotional experiences for shoppers and brands. And every day, we work together to deliver emotional engagements that connect with people across the path to purchase. As such, we’re hiring a Digital Producer to help take our agency to new heights, depths, and horizons. The perfect candidate will have an eye for emerging technologies and digital innovations and possess practical knowledge in the areas of digital project management. This person will be both organized and proactive, as well as a student of new technology and marketing trends.

Responsibilities:

  • Work as the Digital Producer / Project Manager for brand digital engagement programs on national CPG brands
  • Provide technical documentation and business requirements for projects in planning
  • Work directly with colleagues across all functional teams (Account Services, Creative, Strategy, Planning and Production) to deliver digital projects on time and on budget
  • Directly manage and grow vendor relationships to deliver projects on strategy and budget
  • Develop, maintain and execute workable project plans. Plans should include tasks, milestones, dependencies, work-effort, duration and resource-allocation across functional teams
  • Actively manage multiple projects across multiple clients while remaining flexible enough for requirements to shift at a moment’s notice
  • Clearly identify, analyze, prioritize, mitigate and communicate project risks
  • Forecast, track and manage project budgets, SOWs, POs and invoices in relation to projects
  • Coordinate internally and with the client to ensure effective exchange of project requirements, information and deliverables 
  • Basic knowledge of HTML, CSS and Javascript, API’s technical application architecture
  • Understanding of emerging technologies and how they will apply to our business (e.g. augmented reality, virtual reality, blockchain, etc.)
  • Knowledge of Google Analytics, tag management, and common media tracking methodologies
  • Comfortable leading calls with technical and non-technical teams

Qualifications:

  • Entry level- 3 years digital project management or digital production experience
  • Agency experience preferred project management or production team or relatable account service experience qualifications
  • A bachelor’s degree or higher with a strong academic record
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent organizational skills with an objective-oriented focus
  • Experience overseeing full project lifecycles, from concept to delivery
  • Preferred background in or strong knowledge of technical development and production
  • Proven experience managing multiple projects and workflows at a time
  • Ability to develop, communicate and adhere to detailed project plans
  • Ability to understand and develop project documentation such as SOWs, production requests and information architecture
  • Adaptable to change within a fast-moving environment
  • Strong knowledge and understanding of project management principles and techniques
  • Experience managing productive relationships with colleagues, clients and vendors
  • Professional & personable communicator with excellent written and verbal skills
  • Understanding and interest in latest internet technologies and digital innovation
  • Keen attention to detail, and strong digital visual aesthetic skills in relation to UX and layout

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