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WE'RE HIRING A PROJECT MANAGER

Happy 2021 all of you fine soulsters out there.


After a turbulent but successful 2020 and a range of new client wins, we're looking for a switched on individual that works hard but plays harder. Someone who is able to manage complex marketing plans for a range of clients and manage a young team of talented creatives. Someone who is willing to speak up when they see something can be done in a more efficient way, and make sure our values are lived through the work we produce.


Job Description


We’re a new face for the agency world. Founded at the end of 2018, Stuffs is a social media agency that aims to put the soul back into social media. During 2019 we worked with brands such as Hoover, Just Eat, Maserati and The Balmoral to do social media stuffs, and during 2020 we got to work with Tiny Changes, Foodies Festival, Registers of Scotland, and more. Following a series of exciting new projects we're seeking a happy-go-lucky but attentive Project Manager to join us in a senior position.

If you love keeping stuff organised and coordinating a team of creatives, this is the job for you. You can work anywhere in the UK or even world, but we do like to have weekly meetings together so you'd need to be able to join in on our weekly Zoom calls. This is a new role to the company and you’ll have a big part to play in the future of the agency. We’re open to new ideas and trying new approaches to making the traditional agency model work for more people. So if there’s something you see below that you think could be improved just let us know.


Here’s what your day will look like:

Duties & Responsibilities

- Project managing a range of complex social media, content marketing, and video/photography and influencer campaigns. Including leading a team of freelance and permanent staff to deliver projects on time, to spec and to budget. - Developing marketing strategies for a range of local, national and international brands. - Pitching in additional services and marketing ideas to brands. - Invoicing clients and managing quarterly agency budget. - Supporting founder in developing community funding applications to help employ more creative apprentices from underrepresented groups. - Increasing agency visibility within the design community. - Reporting on campaigns and their success to clients. - Leading producers in creating content that speaks to social media and digital communities and checking plans while advising on improvements. - Producing offline events for a range of local, national and international brands once COVID-19 is over. Skills Required

- Excellent project management skills and the ability to resolve problems. - Great communication skills across email, phone and in person. - Analytic mind that can produce reports and tell a story based on the data. - Keen interest in popular culture, digital media, design and marketing. - Great team player with the ability to mentor and direct junior members of the team. - Ability to spot a trending topic. - Creative mind that challenges the status quo. - Strategic thinker with the ability to see the bigger picture and work out practical ways to get things done. - Fun spirit that enjoys having a laugh. - Social media savvy person that understands the ever changing world of social media & how community building impacts business. - Compassionate and kind under pressure (we’re more interested in having a great person with some of the professional experience than a nightmare of a person with excellent professional experience).

Benefits

- Free gym membership - 100% remote working - Flexible working hours - Free access to industry training - 30 days of paid annual leave - Staff development programme designed to support staff in their professional and personal goals Starting salary of £30,000 pro-rata for 2-3 days a week.


To Apply

If this sounds like you we'd love to hear from you. Please send your CV and covering letter to Sophie.

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