Assistant Project Manager (Digital), Cog Design


This is a chance to make your mark, delivering digital projects for some of the UK’s most significant cultural sector clients.

We need someone with enthusiasm and ability, to deliver projects beyond our clients’ expectations.

You’ll be working in an experienced team, liaising between creative clients, designers and developers.

You’ll need to be calm, organised, and tenacious. We’re looking for a mix of technical, creative, practical and personable; someone who can grow into a confident project manager.

You’ll need to be flexible and adaptable enough pick up on multiple short-term tasks as they drop in.

This is a hands-on, studio based role with client meetings, presentations and workshops to attend.

Essential qualities

  • Enthusiasm for what we do and how we do it.
  • Highly organised and methodical with a meticulous eye for detail
  • A problem solver, calm under pressure
  • Excellent numerical, written and verbal communication skills
  • Some knowledge of CMS platforms such as WordPress
  • Self-starter with a desire to constantly improve and develop, and to help others do the same

Desirable qualities

  • Experience working in the arts and/or working in a design agency
  • Knowledge of email platforms such as Mailchimp, Dotmailer and Campaign Monitor
  • Knowledge of ticketing platforms such as Spektrix, Tessitura and Patronbase
  • Knowledge of the technical integration of third-party systems
  • A geeky understanding of the sorts of details that make our client base different

Cog Design is a great place to work. Our studio has all the things you might expect (including a pool table, a well-appointed kitchen and a cupboard full of fancy teas) and some things you might not (such as an indoor garden and fishpond).

You’ll be working with an award-winning team of some of the most experienced and accomplished creative thinkers and designers in the UK.

You’ll be working with an unparalleled portfolio of clients that includes many leading arts organisations, venues and museums; you’ll be at the heart of the UK’s cultural and heritage sector.

Salary around 24k

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