Traffic Manager (Senior/Middleweight)
- Traffic Manager (Senior/Middleweight)
- £35k - £35k
- Posted05 October 2016
- ConsultantJen Bannister
- Contract TypePermanent
- PositionTraffic Manager (Senior/Middleweight)
- Salary£35,000 - £35,000 per annum
Traffic Manager £35K-£40K
Our client - a highly regarded advertising agency are seeking a Senior/Middleweight Traffic Manager to join their London based team.
We are looking for an experienced Traffic Manager with prior design agency experience who is able to manage resource planning and scheduling for agency projects. The role will be responsible for coordinating the design, copy, digital and video teams across a portfolio of work. Project Management capabilities are absolutely key as is your ability to deliver on time and within budget.
*Managing creative job requests
*Scoping, quoting, planning and managing timelines
*Ensuring that work is delivered on time, to the brief and to a high standard
*Managing internal and external relationships
*Updating the team regarding any changes or issues
*Management information reports
*Driving efficiency improvements within the agency
Required skills / experience
*Prior design agency experience in a similar role
*Excellent working knowledge of production processes
*Experience of Quality Assurance processes
*Knowledge of trafficking software
*Project Management capabilities
*Outstanding communication skills
*Ability to manage expectations
If you are interested send through your CV or get in touch for further discussion.
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