Digital Asset Manager

New York
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Chris Woodbridge

Job Description:

Digital Asset Management (DAM) Manager

As part of the Digital Product Evolution team in Marketing, the DAM Manager will be responsible for
building out and maintaining assets in the Digital Asset Manager as well as developing the editorial
and asset approval workflow for morganstanley.com. The role will focus on developing and
executing DAM standards, governance, user training, and overall system health (taxonomy, indexing,
cataloguing, archiving, metadata tagging, workflows, etc.).

Digital Asset Management
 Design the DAM standards and enforce governance of a new enterprise DAM.
 Work with information architects to ensure alignment of DAM taxonomy, indexing, cataloguing,
archiving, and metadata tagging with other digital properties at the firm.
 Responsible for all aspects of the DAM’s metadata management, including accuracy and
 Develop training materials and internal user community to educate editorial and UX teams on
metadata management.
 Manage the team’s deployment of AI tagging.
 Gather business requirements for asset workflows including entitlements, approvals, comments,
notifications, etc. and implement in the workflow tool. Requires custom development as
 Work with the vendor and technology teams to implement business requirements.
 Track project activities, coordinate status meetings, track project deliverables and timing, gather
status updates from project stakeholders, and identify project issues and risks.

 Degree in Library and Information Science preferred.
 Broad knowledge of digital repository functions, services, and requirements. Experience with
Adobe Experience Manager and Dynamic Media is preferred.

 Demonstrated experience with taxonomy creation, metadata and cataloging, converting,
migrating, and bulk uploading of digital assets, implementation and maintenance of digital rights
management strategy for assets in DAM.
 A general understanding of network operating systems, experience with user support and
services, collection management systems, and web technologies
 Strong project management skills.
 Excellent interpersonal skills, and an ability to interact well with both technical and non-
technical colleagues, system vendors and general users
 Proven ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment
 Familiarity with a wide range of digital file formats, digitization, and digital reformatting