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Group Account Director
Senior Brand Planner
Director of Strategic Planning – Maker’s Mark
Senior Digital Strategist
Group Account Director – Maker’s Mark
Must thrive on problem solving and collaboration as well as a desire to create and manage highly compelling interactive experiences. Must be passionate about the web and emerging technologies. Requires a strong desire to be an active contributor to both strategic and creative discussions.
The Digital Producer is responsible for managing digital projects from inception through completion. The position requires a firm understanding of digital best practices and the ability to coordinate the efforts of cross-functional teams as well as prioritize project tasks.
Experience with project management tools such as Basecamp, Trello, Wrike and Asana is a plus.
Work with strategists, development team and creative to determine scope and project requirements.
Define resource needs and create project estimates, plans and timelines.
Assist account management team when interfacing with clients on digital projects.
Prioritize project tasks and manage independent deliverables of the project team to ensure project is delivered on time and on budget.
Select, coordinate and manage efforts of outside vendors.
Manage content creation, asset collection and organization.
Manage quality assurance and testing efforts.
Assist in solidifying processes and establishing best practices for digital projects.
Qualifications and Skills
2+ years of experience managing digital projects and coordinating the efforts of cross-functional teams.
High level of knowledge and experience in web development and digital campaign execution/coordination.
Strong cognitive skills – including problem solving, analysis and decision making.
Ability to confidently articulate and demonstrate your ideas in internal and client presentations and translate technical jargon into layman’s terms.
Ability to work among healthy egos and strongly held opinions in a team environment.
Ability to share ownership of ideas.
Ability to multitask, manage multiple simultaneous projects and meet tight deadlines.
Experience managing budgets.
Candidate must reside in or be willing to relocate to the Louisville, Ky., area.
Report to: Director of Digital Production
Qualified individuals may submit their credentials and portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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