Website Production Manager
£250 - £450
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Website Production Manager
We are looking for a Website Production Manager for a Client in West London
Being the EMEA production lead: - First point of contact for stakeholders with website production briefs, updates and issues.
Funneling these requests to the correct team and determine which ones will be taken on by us (consulting with Channel Manager where needed).
Responsible for driving down overall LTS times whilst promoting creative innovation and developing the efficiency of website as a channel.
Management production (development) agency:
- Capacity and resource planning, including leading weekly sprint meetings
- "Dispatcher" role, getting projects into the right people
- Bridging marketing and development, "translating" communication in both directions
- Liaising with marketing throughout the production cycle
- Review and QA of briefs and asset handovers from marketing
- Review and QA of all production work from development
First point of contact for planning and workflow process, ensuring we are operating within standards and working to optimize and develop those processes.
Accountable for delivery of BAU website projects. This includes tracking against the project plan (where relevant) and ensuring on time delivery.
Daily enforcement of guidelines, best practices and standards of website processes and web asset production.
Collaborate with internal and external partners on optimizing performance & ROI of website as a core acquisition & retention channel across EMEA by delivering against KPI's (registrations, active users, activation & adoption rates, etc.)
Experience within an EMEA-wide website team as a technical producer or project/production manager
Proven experience managing and collaborating with web developers.
Technical knowledge about website technologies / infrastructures
Experience with project management principles and practices (Agile, Kanban)
Some knowledge of website design principles and UX frameworks
Experience of working with in house product and engineering teams
Experience managing multiple stakeholders with competing priorities.
Marketing POC for BAU website changes and project requests
Scheduling and resource management in collaboration with Lead Developer
Two-way communication with development and marketing teams for any issues, feedback or queries related to ongoing work
The ideal profile we are looking for is:
Has worked with multi-regional, multi-language web properties at an enterprise level.
Has project management experience, working within Agile/Kanban principles.
Clear and confident communicator, able to distil "development speak" into non-technical terms and vice-versa.
Broadly aware of the specific legal and risk sensitivities involved with financial institutions.
This is a 6 month contract assignment.
Will based in West London - close to Hammersmith.
Please send your CV to us in Word format along with daily rate and availability.