Senior Producer/Producer - Web
We're looking for a Digital Producer with a strong background in producing projects across any and all digital channels. You are excellent at delivering on scopes of work, managing teams of UX and UI designers, developers and project managers. You roll your sleeves up and work side by side with your team to meet the defined goals and project requirements and are able to clearly communicate status. You do not just take orders, you consult and guide projects towards success. You can navigate the process in a way that makes you invaluable to the relationship and project.
This position is for an embedded producer at one of HAUS's high profile tech clients. You will be responsible for managing HAUS resources against client projects and will act as the liaison between HAUS and client.
The work we do at HAUS is diverse and special. You will be proud to be part of a team of some of the most talented digital craftsmen in the industry. Your contribution will include:
- Representing and protecting project requirements
- Learning client's proprietary CMS platform
- Budget and timeline management
- Identifying scope creep
- Translating feedback into actionable items for team members
- Consultation and education on digital production process
- Ticket writing
- Backlog management
- Resource management
- Client communication
- Keeping projects on track
- Accountability to project, client and team
- 3+ years of experience producing web applications and digital campaigns
- Exceptional communication skills - written and presentational
- Strong leadership skills / ability to own projects and relationships
- Personality - you have a sense of urgency, but they never see you sweat!
- Solid understanding of both agile and waterfall workflows
- Owner of Jira process on projects
- Content creation background a plus
From making badass digital creative for the world’s biggest brands, to lunch-break sneaker shopping on Melrose, and thirsty Thursdays at the local pubs. We have a family atmosphere because creating together should be fun, or why do it?