- San Francisco; remote
- Job Terms:
- DOE + Benefits
- Start date:
- Posted By:
- Danielle Bodemann
The Creative Project Manager will lead the creative execution of all work, partnering closely with creative directors, studio directors and Creative Program Managers. Creative Project Managers ensure the creative output for campaigns, branding and assets are delivered at the highest level of craft in execution possible, on time and exceeding expectation.
Manage, lead, and produce assigned projects that come into our Creative team, which will vary in medium and scope.
Oversee day-to-day activities of the project, teams and ensure work is progressing as planned. This includes scheduling internal meetings and providing status updates to Creative Program Managers and Creative Leads.
Work with vendors and drive solutions for every project within budget and time constraints.
Lead and champion the execution and delivery of high-quality, impactful brand and creative assets.
Identify and remove blockers that prevent the team from executing and meeting project objectives.
Monitor projects to anticipate risks and scope creep and proactively identify and communicate mitigation plans to creative leads and stakeholders.
Help maintain consistent brand voice, expression, and visual styles in all deliverables.
Minimum of 6+ years of experience project managing creative work at a brand, product, and/or at an agency.
Experience managing creative content with a high-quality, highly designed aesthetic.
Comfortable developing project scopes, schedules, and budgets across different mediums.
Highly organized and communicative while producing a range of Brand work across Content (social, product, website and events), Campaigns (films for broadcast, CTV, paid social, radio, OOH, banners) and Product (template photography and videos, product tutorials and films).
Accustomed to navigating the unknown — problem solving without all the details, proactively getting information and figuring things out and moving things forward despite constraints changing.
Ability to own a budget and work collaboratively with business affairs to determine project risk and escalate issues as needed.
Positive, eager and flexible attitude.