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Senior Digital Project Manager

Job Title: Senior Digital Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £525 - £625 per day
Start Date: 04/04/2016
Duration: 12 months
REF: SDPM 1
Contact Name: Mitchell Forbes
Contact Email: mitchellf@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

One of our top clients have again requested our services to retain a Senior Project Manager with an international retailer. You will be needed to work on multiple E-Commerce projects including a replatform and various add ons like "Click and Collect" etc.

The Senior Digital Project Manager role requires someone with strong Digital Project Management background and a proven ability to effectively manage complex projects from start to finish.

Key responsibilities of the successful candidate will include:-

  • Oversee and help steer projects to ensure that the projects meets and exceed financial and campaign objectives
  • Cast assignments and engage the appropriate resources through the project lifecycle to promote a high performing and effective team
  • Facilitate and encourage collaboration with creative and client services team to manage transition between direction and execution of campaigns
  • Lead, train and mentor members of the Project Management team
  • Identify risks and help mitigate them throughout the project life cycle
  • Control difficult and challenging projects by garnering support from internal teams and negotiations with client and 3rd parties
  • Identify and carve business opportunities through knowledge of existing projects
  • Lead the project team during project initiation phase by setting up the necessary project governance and project controls
  • Be involved in pitch process
  • Review and assess current delivery process and affect positive changes as part of agency continuous improvement
  • Ensuring adherence to agency policy and procedures

Essential skills/abilities:

The correct candidate must be seasoned in digital project management techniques. He / she must have a detailed knowledge of the complexities of digital delivery and the primary importance of risk management throughout.

Key qualifications includes:-

  • Working experience in digital industry in excess of 8 years.
  • At least 5 years of digital production experience managing multi-phased projects for major commercial brands
  • Proven track record of delivering large scale digital deliveries (in excess of £500k)
  • Professional Project Management qualification (i.e. PMI, Prince2) is highly desirable
  • Proven track record of delivering projects across various industries (i.e. Government, FMCG, Automotive, Financial)
  • Experience delivering projects in a variety of delivery methodology. Experience with Agile methodology is preferable
  • Good knowledge of a plethora of web solutions i.e. CMS, eCommerce, Analytics, Bug Tracker, Email Broadcast is preferable

If you feel this would suit you, please drop me a line on mitchellf@montash.com.

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