Digital Project Manager
Location: SE London
Salary: £30,000 - £40,000 + Profit share
Job posted: 26/01/2021
Digital Project Manager:
You will be working with an entrepreneur who set up his business 12 years ago, initially as a media buying agency, but has now moved on to brand creation and product launch. You will be working with a vastly experienced pro in his market and will learn massive amounts from them – this is a key selling point of the position.
They create branded products and take them to market. The one you will be working on is a cosmetic product, which achieves amazing results!! It is a subscription-based model with the initial customer acquisition the biggest battle (which you will win).
At the majority of their orders come through AdWords, so being able to liaise with their media buyer and understand the paid search and display campaign world of AdWords, Facebook ads etc is vital.
You will take an operational lead of the brand, so you will be working on things like customer support, product fulfilment as well – which will give you an extremely well-rounded overview of the business and operations.
You’re going to enjoy working autonomously and not need your hand held. Being proactive is really important – someone who twiddles their thumbs and waits for instruction is probably not going to fit well here.
Salary wise you will be looking at £30,000 – £40,000 as a base, with a profit share as well. The office is in South-East London so you will need to live within a commutable distance – initially (and when safe) you will spend time in the office, but there is opportunity for flexible working once you are bedded in.
If you are interested or want to know more, send me a message, DM, call me – whatever is easiest. Having an up-to-date
CV to hand is ideal, but if you haven’t got one immediately, we can still chat through the position and you can learn more.
Every applicant will receive a response. We sometimes make mistakes and miss things from CVs, so you will be given an opportunity to receive feedback and discuss the role in more detail, if you feel necessary.