We are looking for an exec-level Digital Project Manager to grow and develop with us.
Ideally you’ll have at least one year’s experience – enough to hit the ground running and make an immediate impact. And it should go without saying that you’ll have a passion for web development and all things digital. If you’re already working with open source technologies and know your agile from your waterfall, then you’ve got a head start.
If you want to be part of something more than just a digital agency – working across multiple sectors and getting involved in integrated marketing campaigns across multiple channels; CMS builds, systems integrations, mobile websites and applications, email marketing, search and social and emerging technologies, then this role’s for you.
Yes, we need all the typical stuff…
Working under the guidance of the Lead Project Manager(s), you will help deliver innovative technical solutions. Managing your own projects, or assisting the other Project Managers on larger projects, you will contribute to the creation of big communication ideas across diverse media. As a motivated and enthusiastic team player, you’ll be able to share your opinions and have a willingness to help others – demonstrated through your attention to detail and ability to communicate well.
Why work at Access?
– Be part of an established integrated agency during an exciting period of growth
– Be rewarded through our ‘innovations programme’, developing our own IP, products and services
– Professional and personal development: mentoring, support, training and knowledge transfer (including the IPA programme)
– Industry events attendance
– A collaborative, open approach to work, R&D and internal knowledge sharing
– Free, secure parking
– Cycle To Work Scheme
– 25 days holiday
– Birthday day off
– Company contributed pension scheme
– Regular socials
You’ll ideally have:
– At least one year’s experience of working on digital projects
– A broad understanding of project management methodologies including agile and waterfall
– An understanding of web technologies: HTML, CSS, JS, PHP
– Knowledge of Drupal and other open source platforms/frameworks (useful, but not essential)
– Experience of PM tools and software such as Jira, Basecamp
– Rigorous attention to detail and the ability to manage multiple projects at any one time
– An appreciation (a passion would be better) of creative and design, information architecture, accessibility and user experience
– Good ‘people skills’ with the ability to provide direction and guidance to creative and development teams to ensure we deliver the best results
– Great communication skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to articulate creativity and technology to audiences of varying understanding