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ASSOCIATE PRODUCER | SITE | ID: (3959156)

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ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
DIGITAL // EMAIL // SITE
LOCATION: San Francisco
CONTRACT: 1-Year | Mon-Fri | 40 hours/week
PAY: $20-$25/hour (based on experience)

WE ARE:
A dynamic, high-performing, growing teamresponsible for front-end web and email content production for a major local fashion retailer's e-commerce channel. We do in-house what most companies use agencies for, and we pride ourselves on flawless execution in an environment of growth-oriented change. We work collaboratively with our partners in Marketing, Web Design, Web Development and Merchandising to produce a best-in-class shopping experience visited by almost a million people per day.

WE NEED:
Someone great to support us in the Associate Producer role, helping us with the day-to-day project management of scheduling and deploying marketing content on the front end of our website.

This includes things like:
•Ensuring all creative assets are delivered to the requesting parties on time and in the correct file format
•Supporting manager with seasonal pipeline development, management and process evolution

YOU ARE:
A smart cookie. A clear communicator with a laser-focus on the details. You don't wait to be told what to do next, because you've already identified it. You're totally at home in web tools and interfaces, even when they're not pretty and user-friendly. You're handy in Google Docs. You know what an HTML tag looks like and maybe what a few of them do. Maybe you've solved a problem once or twice by viewing source on a page. You can establish relationships with your counterparts.

THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW:
This is a contract position for a 40-hour, Monday-Friday workweek on-site in downtown San Francisco. If selected, you'll need to go through formal channels, and will be paid by a third party contractor management vendor. Compensation is competitive and tailored to the best candidate.

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