Digital Project Manager, London Mayfair Area, £50k-£70k

Recruiter
MJR Consultants
Location
Central London
Salary
£50,000 - £70,000 + Bonus + Package
Posted
12 Apr 2017
Closes
11 May 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Our client is a Global Leader in the retail sector and looking for an experienced and driven Digital Project Manager to work from their LondonHQ.

The Digital Project manager will be responsible for the end to end delivery of digital projects including implementations and upgrades to their E-commerce, CRM and CMS systems. This role will sit between the IT and Marketing teams and senior stakeholder management is key as this role will act as the essential interface between the heads of both departments. For example you will be tasked with ensuring alignment between marketing business initiatives and the strategic direction of the global IT team.

The remit for the Digital PM will be International with all these projects running across all of Europe and their wider global offices, hence any International project exposure would be useful although not essential.

My client does outsource some IT and Digital programmes to their partners so again 3rd party stakeholder management is going to be key in this role. Furthermore you will be tasked with delivering regular project updates to the Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Technology Officer.

To be considered for the role you will need to offer a strong background in delivering large scale digital projects both in time and to budget. Exposure to ecommerce, CRM, CMS or the wider marketing programmes will certainly be beneficial. You will be happy working in a fast paced and entrepreneurial environment without any red tape and the opportunity to run with the projects and really make your mark. Finally you will need to demonstrate a real commercial and strategic outlook to everything you do.

In return you will work for a company renowned in the retail field, working on cutting edge digital technologies and receive an above average salary + bonus + package.