About VICE MEDIA GROUP
An international media company that captures people at the heart of stories, and focuses on the ideas, issues, and context that other outlets miss. Launched in 1994, VICE operates in 35 cities across the globe, making 1500 pieces of content every day with a focus on five lines of business: VICE Digital, an award-winning international network of digital content; VICE STUDIOS, a feature film and television production studio; VICELAND, an Emmy-winning international television network; a Peabody award-winning NEWS division; and VIRTUE, a global, full-service creative agency with 21 offices around the world.
Since 2006, we’ve used our entertainment DNA to help brands capture the attention of their audiences with work that speaks to our most primal instincts of pleasure, attraction and delight. We believe in commanding, not demanding; entertaining, not interrupting; contributing, not leaching. Because brands should add to the world they want to be a part of — not distract from it.
With presence in 21 countries, we craft campaigns, platforms, and IP for some of the most important brands on the planet. Using proprietary tools, access, and intelligence, we find new ways for brands to matter to the world through an entertainment-centric approach that plunges its hooks into audiences’ subconscious and refuses to let go.
Virtue is behind the Cannes-Lions award-winning Carlings adDRESS the Future and Q, the Genderless Voice; the award-winning Google Chrome's Don’t Be A Browser’ and Park MGM’s Las Vegas Love Stories; and Weedmaps’ Museum of Weed, Dove’s Dear Future Dads, and so much more...
The Resource Manager is part of the fabric of the creative, design, and strategy teams. As part of the operations function, this role supports project workflows by ensuring there is talent ready and available to be allocated to projects according to the staffing plans. The Resource Manager will have a keen understanding of the talent and skillset makeup of these teams to effectively allocate the right resource to the right project. A natural networker, the Resource Manager will source external talent from their creative agency network if internal talent is fully utilized.
- Proactively builds on a pre-existing freelance talent network for existing and future opportunities across creative, design, and strategy teams; acts as point of contact to book and confirm talent.
- Works with all members of the design, creative, and strategy teams to identify skills sets and project chemistry.
- Works with project management to assess talent needs across all active projects.
- Maintains pulse on upcoming projects and business development activities as they relate to resourcing; ready to action resourcing needs upon winning new business.
- Builds relationships with line managers and directors; become a trusted partner across all resourcing management matters.
- Manages resourcing forecast spreadsheets for all departments based on input from business operations.
- Monitors day-to-day project activities and resourcing, identifying potential utilization challenges, and actively work with department leads to address and solve those issues.
- Maintains communications with appropriate team members to ensure positive workflow, escalating any issues to the Director, Resource & Operations.
- Manages assigned projects from start to finish, ensuring successful project completion against deadlines.
- Provides and maintains agency resource status; liase with business operations, account management and project management teams to provide accurate updates of resource needs.
- 3-5 years of experience managing an internal team of resources and assets, preferably within a creative agency setting.
- Proven track record of managing priorities to help your teams produce on time and top notch deliverables for their clients.
- Ability to work closely with team leaders and designated managers to ensure timely delivery of work they.
- Ability to prioritize workflows, and can quickly pivot and reprioritize when needed.
- Excellent written and communication skills – you know how to manage differing employee work styles with ease.
- Track record of sourcing freelance talent; can easily evaluate and identify specialty skillsets within our talent pools, and align them to the appropriate workflows
- Ability to work well in a fast-paced environment.
- Entrepreneurial attitude; a go-getter with the drive to help your team succeed.
- Comfortable leading meetings and mastering workflow tools.