We’re looking for a project manager to support our internal client teams and complete day-to-day duties for client initiatives. Project managers should have five to 10 years of experience and a degree in communications, advertising, business, or another related field. Agency experience isn’t a must, but it’s a definite plus.
What You’ll Do
- Lead and manage projects for a variety of clients and initiatives
- Leads an interdepartmental team to complete an assigned project on time, to specifications, and with accuracy and efficiency.
- Outlines the tasks involved in the project and delegates accordingly.
- Conducts cost analysis, estimating expected costs for the project.
- Conducts risk assessments; reports identified risks to management; provides recommendations for mitigation of risk.
- Work with our client services team for internal project support
- Addresses questions, concerns, and/or complaints throughout the project.
- Acts as a liaison between company, customers, and vendors.
- Manage several tasks (sometimes overlapping) while ensuring quality and exceeding expectations
- Be responsible for budgeting, status reporting and delivering projects on deadline. Prepares and implements a budget based on estimates.
You’re a great communicator and proactive problem solver who’s eager to learn about the businesses of our clients. You have a go-getter mindset that makes it possible to work with multiple people on multiple projects in the middle of occasional chaos. You’re detail-oriented, organized to the max and willing to tackle anything thrown at you. You have solid presentation and writing skills, and have a passion for seeing clients succeed.
Flynn Wright works with brands across the country. We’re a full-service agency headquartered in the heart of downtown Des Moines, Iowa. We also service the region with an office in downtown Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
We take care of our own like we take care of our clients. The benefits are frankly phenomenal, the extracurriculars tend to be historic events, and yes, there might be one too many coolers stocked with caffeinated goodness. But we can talk details later.