- Digital Producer
- £37k - £45k
- Posted18 October 2016
- ConsultantRob Maguire
- Contract TypePermanent
- PositionDigital Producer
- Salary£37,000 - £45,000 per annum
Quirky, independent London Digital agency require strong client-facing producers (mid-weight and senior) to join their team asap.
You must have a desire to take ownership of multiple projects end to end from pitch to sign-off, with strong focus on delivery.
As a Producer you'll be responsible for working on multiple client websites, mobile applications and social campaigns within the constraints of time-frames and budgets adhering to project deliverables that you've set with the client.
You will have a strong understanding of the creative and technical build process, and be able to confidently communicate ideas both internally and to the client.
-Serve as the main client point of contact on projects
-Estimate timescales and resource requirements
-Monitor costs, timescales and resources used, and take action where these deviate from budget
-Identify and manage project risks
-Maintain a project plan for all projects managed
-Provide effective leadership of project teams as required
-Ensure developers and designers understand how their work fits in the wider business context
-Experience of both Agile and Waterfall delivery methodologies
-Experience of planning, managing and delivering projects up to £400K
-Experience developing a Statement of Work
-Client facing/management experience on project scope and delivery
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