- Senior Producer
- £50k - £50k
- Posted05 September 2017
- ConsultantGeraldine Vessiere
- SectorAdvertising and PR
- Contract TypePermanent
- PositionSenior Producer
- Salary£50,000 - £50,000 per annum
Senior digital project manager - London - up to 50k
You see production as a craft and are driven by a passion for excellence and detail? You are calm, dynamic, multi taskers and problem-solvers and know that half of the job is about people? You want to work on exciting projects, from web and app build, to videos, DOOH, interactive campaign, etc.?
One of our clients, a cutting edge global digital marketing agency, is looking for a Senior Producer/Project manager to join its team.
Will include, but will not be limited to:
*Solving any and all project problems and blockers to help the team maintain a good velocity, and supporting good morale and team meshing
*Helping the project team to maintain quality, feasibility, collaboration and knowledge sharing throughout the project
*Facilitating ideas generation and estimation with the project team. Enabling the team to own their JIRA board, and maintaining rigour of ticket management and technical documentation on Confluence
*Building budgets and producing quotes. Managing the project's budget day-to-day.
*Facilitating backlog grooming with the team and client-side Product Owner (PO) as required
*Facilitating sprint planning sessions, demos, daily stand-ups, end of sprint retros and end of project retros
*Attending daily company scrum and weekly work pipeline review with the Accounts and Producer teams
*Attending weekly producer team stand-up
*Authoring a well-written Statements of Work as required. Establishing and communicating client or third party responsibilities and dependencies
*Assessing and mitigating risks
*Owning co-ordination between different parties
*Recording key decisions, feedback (and ensuring execution of feedback).
*Pro-actively reporting project status to the Head of Production. Raising production and budgetary issues with the Head of Production ahead of time
*You may also be expected to lead presentations to clients or to contribute to the presentation of pitches and proposals alongside an account person and other members of the team
*Are independent, able to be autonomous in the role and to get the job done
*Are professional and have a strong emotional intelligence and excellent people skills. The agency applies a no ego policy
*Have proven experience of managing the delivery of high profile digital products or experiences
*Have a strong understanding of project management methodologies: Agile (scrum) and Waterfalls. Having the Agile certification is definitely a plus
*Are client facing
THE LITTLE EXTRAS*
*Cycle to work scheme
*20 days holiday per year, plus office closure for 2 weeks over Christmas on top
*Actually finishing work on time most days, and actually taking a lunch break!
*Free breakfast every day and, obviously, unlimited coffee and different teas
*Every other Friday they finish early and hold Lightning Talks - 5 people talk about 5 different subjects for 5 minutes. Topics can be work-related, or about anything cool or interesting that person is passionate about.
*Lovely staff that are hoping to become increasingly diverse.
* Some of these benefits depend on the completion of the probationary period
She's our Digital and Integrated Project Management Consultant.
I specialise in recruiting Project managers (and all related positions from Producers to Traffic and Production managers). After more than a decade working as a Journalist, several years spinning plates as a Project Manager and...
Email Geraldine: email@example.com