Project Manager (Digital), Cog Design

Description

We're looking for an experienced Project Manager who will be the first point of contact for many of our regular clients and the main support for many of our new projects.

You’ll need the patience and stamina to steer complex, long-term projects through to completion. And you’ll need to be adaptable enough pick up on multiple short-term tasks as they drop in.

You’ll be handling the majority of the tasks necessary to any digital project – including detailed testing and snagging.

You’ll need to be the perfect mix of technical, creative, practical and personable.

This is a job for someone who enjoys getting things done; it’s a job for a completist with a tenacious desire to tie-up loose ends.

You’ll be working with the guidance of our Head of Digital and alongside a team of designers and developers.

This is a full-time, studio-based role.

Essential qualities

  • Highly organised and methodical with a meticulous eye for detail
  • Ability to manage and effectively prioritise multiple tasks
  • A problem solver who remains calm under pressure
  • Excellent numerical, written and verbal communication skills
  • Knowledge and experience in working with CMS platforms
  • Self-starter with a desire to constantly improve and develop

Desirable qualities

  • Experience in managing clients, partners or suppliers
  • Experience of working in a design / digital agency
  • Knowledge of technical areas such as hosting and DNS set-up
  • Knowledge and experience of working in the arts, cultural or heritage sectors
  • Knowledge of ticketing platforms such as Spektrix, Tessitura and Patronbase
  • Knowledge of mailing list platforms such as Mailchimp, Dotmailer and Campaign Monitor
  • A geeky understanding of the sorts of details that make our client base different to most

Salary range 28k - 35k

We work exclusively with arts, heritage and education clients. We are an agency obsessed with design and culture; that’s how we fill our days (and nights). We firmly believe in the power of culture to transform people’s lives, and in the role of public funding for the arts. 

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