Digital Project Manager | Gaming | London | Up to £60,000
Digital Project Manager wanted for leading gaming company to work across the design and build teams, delivering web-projects on an end-to-end basis. Responsible for driving the flow of new website projects whilst working across the Tech, Content, SEO and Design teams. Also managing budgets and ensuring all projects are delivered on time.
This role is paying up to £60,000 dependent on experience.
- Managing numerous web-based projects simultaneously
- Managed the full cycle of projects
- Experience in quality control and process management
- The production and maintenance of project documentation
- Managed teams across multiple disciplines
- Worked in an environment working closely and liaising with stakeholders
- Budget control and delivery of projects on time
About the role
Within this Digital Project Manager position, you will be responsible for ensuring the end-to-end planning and completion of projects are done within budget. You will manage teams across multiple disciplines, taking projects full life cycle from discovery phase, scoping requirements, producing documentation, managing UX and design through to build, testing and deployment. Being responsible for managing large volume website projects and ensuring all targets are met.
About the company
They specialise in designing, building and populating websites within the gaming and betting industry. Despite being at 80+ headcount at the moment, they’ve grown extremely quickly in the last 4 years and still have an amazing hardworking but fun start-up culture. They offer amazing benefits which includes 25 days holiday + Christmas break + bank holidays + birthday day off, annual company trip to retreats all over the globe and £1000 training budget per person to develop and grow their skill set each year plus many more great benefits.
GET IN TOUCH
Please submit your details for more information about this opportunity.
Phone: 0207 265 7800 Email: AS@RedCat-Digital.com
Start Date: ASAP
Industry: Project Management