Digital Project Manager jobs
With more and more companies using digital technology for their advertising campaigns the role of a digital project manager is becoming increasingly important to advertising agencies and creative clients. The role is a crucial one as its takes ownership of a project from concept to delivery and manages the project team involved in the process. Being well organised and a born leader is an excellent starting point to entering the world of digital project management.
What do digital project manager jobs involve?
As a digital project manager, you would be responsible for the planning and delivery of high quality digital and new media marketing campaigns. Examples of this work includes the delivery of websites, digital marketing campaigns, including mobile and social applications. The digital project manager manages the full life span of the project from start to finish including liaising with all areas of the business including account managers, account directors, digital artworkers to name a few. Being a team player is a must, and you can’t be afraid of getting heavily involved in every aspect of the project.
The role is required to scope, manage and deliver the end-to-end delivery of the project. Experience of managing web build and online campaigns on budget and delivered on time is preferential. A digital project manager is responsible for writing the project scope and specifications, estimating project costs, risks as well as expected timescales and resource requirements for successful completion of the task. The digital project manager is managing a client’s budget and planning and delivering a brief against the client’s objectives. Delivery of projects to budget and on time is vital.
What salary could I expect from digital project manager jobs?
The average salary of a digital project manager ranges between £37,500 - £58,750 a year on a full time basis, and is dependent on relevant experience and qualifications.