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Project Manager

BrightWave, an Ansira Company, is on the hunt for a Project Manager rockstar. This person will guide planning and execution for a client’s scope of work (SOW)—and they’ll do it with a remarkable amount of skill and good grace. Through coordination with all client resources, this role will serve as a central communication hub for day-to-day projects. And they can do it all without breaking a sweat.

The PM will also help drive client satisfaction by managing the expectations of the project/scope externally, through clear, direct and specific communication (translation: this person is the most adept communication ninja you ever did meet). The Project Manager reports to a Sr. Project Manager and collaborates closely with key client stakeholders and multiple agency partners.

Key Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of project management processes and deliverables: requirements gathering, timeline development, trafficking, resource forecasting/budgeting within scope requirements, campaign briefs, risk/issue identification & escalation
  • 3+ years project and/or campaign management experience, ideally with an interactive agency
  • Experience managing digital projects (including email programs) & associated platforms strongly preferred but not required
  • Experience with Workfront and/or other Project Management Tools
  • Experience with one or more Email Service Providers / Marketing Automation tools is preferred but not required
  • Ability to coordinate remote teams
  • Familiarity with quality assurance (QA) protocols and ownership of QA sign-off for all deliverables
  • Experience working with creative and technology resources and a thorough understanding of related deliverables
  • Solid problem-solving experience and ability to resolve issues
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize under ever-changing needs and schedules; handling multiple projects at once while meeting tight deadlines
  • Strong organizational skills and proactive manner
  • Capable of setting/managing expectations internally & scenario planning
  • Client-facing experience and/or professional services experience
  • Team player with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to articulate ideas clearly in both oral and written communication
  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field strongly preferred; PM-related certifications or advanced degrees a plus

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BrightWave, an Ansira company, was selected by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as a "Best Places to Work". BrightWave is recognized as best in class and the leading email and eCRM agency. We are a fast moving, high growth agency that is all about delivering remarkable results to our clients (which happen to be some of the best brands in the world).

If you'd like to be part of an award-winning, collaborative and downright fantastic team, then we look forward to hearing from you!

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