Junior Digital Project Manager
A brand-focused Junior Digital Project Manager is required to act as key contact for clients, ensuring the on-time delivery of campaigns and briefs are met with accuracy. Salary up to £30,000 depending on experience.
You will manage clients accounts and campaigns, build meaningful relationships, consult where needed, and most importantly, deliver effective projects precisely, to their deadline and within budget.
We're working with a leading Marketing Agency in Leicestershire, who are one of the fastest growing companies in the East Midlands.
You'll join an organisation who employ over 100 staff and who have won numerous awards over the last 15 years. They are a full service / integrated agency who work with prestigious organisations within sectors including Financial Services, Football, Media and FMCG.
Their benefits are also of the highest standard, with an on-site gym, bonus schemes, enhanced holiday allowances, social events, personal development training and much more!
You will join as a Junior Digital Project Manager, and excellent career prospects exist for the successful candidate.
The Junior Digital Project Manager will ideally have the following experience:
- At least one years’ experience in a similar role
- Outstanding administrative, planning and organisational skills
- Strong negotiator
- Experience of working in a fast-paced organisation
- Experience in or understanding of digital marketing channels and tactics to support in the delivery of digital projects
Derby / Nottingham / Loughborough / Coventry
Monday – Friday – Full time
Salary / Benefits
Up to £30,000 + Excellent benefits (some listed above)
Other relevant titles
Digital Producer / Digital Account Manager
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