Digital project manager
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Salary Around £30K
We’re expecting to pay around this sort of figure for a full-time digital project manager. But we’re genuinely open to a discussion if you feel you are worth more, or if you feel you’d need to work up to this level.
Our studio is based in Greenwich, London. We’re working from home during the national lockdown but we usually enjoy the benefits of a full-time, studio-based culture. We’re happy to chat about alternatives (including remote working).
How to apply
Send a CV and use your email or add a cover note to let us know why you’d be the ideal fit for our team.
Apply by extended deadline Wednesday 17th February.
We’ll get back to all applicants within a week. That might be to ask some extra questions, to arrange a first interview or to explain why we aren’t the right match at the moment.
We’ve got work to get on with straight away. But we’d much rather wait for the right person than rush to employ a compromise candidate.
This is a chance to be at the centre of our busy website delivery team.
We’re looking for a people-person with a geeky love of tech, and a passion for the arts.
You’ll be liaising between designers and developers, and you’ll be the key point of contact for many clients.
This is an exciting and hugely varied role.
On some days you’ll be scoping a new website; on others you’ll be setting up hosting and testing a new-build project across multiple devices. On most days you’ll be juggling a dozen small requests from different clients and colleagues.
You’ll need the tact, tenacity, patience and stamina to steer complex, long-term projects through to completion. And you’ll need to be flexible and adaptable enough pick up on multiple short-term tasks as they drop in.
We’re looking someone who knows why it’s important to create methodical lists and loves ticking off the tasks, and knows that lists are just a tool to help us exceed the expectations of our clients.
Within a generous and supportive team, you’ll be given the freedom to make this role your own and be empowered to implement improvements. We can fund courses and conferences, and arrange site visits and training to facilitate that process.
We’re looking for someone who can show us they’d be a great addition to our team. That probably means they can demonstrate the following:
- Enthusiasm for what we do
- Experience in project management and delivery
- Highly organised and methodical with a meticulous eye for detail
- A multitasker who can switch gears when needed
- A tenacious completer
- Ability to explain complex tasks in everyday language
- Working knowledge of content management systems such as WordPress
- A team player with a desire to constantly improve, and to help others do the same
It’d be useful if you have the ability to (or the capacity to quickly learn to):
- Be empathetic to the needs of our arts-based clients, perhaps through experience, working in an arts organisation
- Understand what makes the difference between good and great websites
- Know how to work with email systems (such as Mailchimp and Dotmailer) and ticketing platforms (such as Spektrix and Tessitura).
- Understand how to set up and interpret data from Google Analytics and Tag Manager.