eROI is seeking a Project Manager to work a dedicated role embedded with clients.
Project Managers oversee the creative development of premium, consumer-facing assets for our client's digital platforms. A successful candidate is able to provide calm, confident leadership and creative problem solving in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment.
We are looking for a self-sufficient professional who embrace's challenge and remain's composed, assured and effective under pressure. This role will be multifaceted, and it will be key to function as part account manager, part project manager, part production manager, and part creative manager.
The primary digital platforms which we focus on are .com, apps, paid media, email, and wholesale for all Brand Digital Categories.
Manage workflow from brief to completion, deadlines, and communication between departments and stakeholders to ensure timely, effective completion of digital projects.
Roles & Responsibilities:
eROI creates digital experiences across email, web, and social for clients big and small. At eROI, we are one—working as a wholly collaborative team to drive revenue by making our partners’ passions our own, considering each engagement and uniquely tailoring to exceed their goals. With boundless curiosity, we start with ‘why’ instead of ‘what’ to hear the truth so that we can craft the right solution. Seeking to inspire and be inspired with each interaction, we have an opportunity to be amazed and to understand that collectively we can create experiences greater than we can alone.
eROI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information or that of their relatives, friends or associates or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or applicable law.
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