Image Conscious Studios, a leading digital studio in Boston, MA, is seeking a Digital Project Coordinator to support our busy team across a number of digital-centric projects. You will be responsible for supporting the Project Management team across a variety of client projects, as well as managing projects from start to finish. You’ll also be supporting across various internal projects and processes, and supporting the ownership team of a busy studio.
Responsibilities for the Digital Project Coordinator include:
- Streamlining communication between internal team members
- Managing tasks and responsibilities among team members
- Monitoring project progress and clearing roadblocks
- Double-checking all project deliverables for accuracy
- Communicating regular progress updates to clients
- Gathering information, assets, and resources from clients
- Documenting client meetings and requests, and routing requests to the appropriate team members
- Supporting on digital-centric tasks such as content management in WordPress or Google Analytics reporting
- Delivering the final project and summary to the client
- Coordinating and scheduling internal and client meetings
- Preparing agendas and recording meeting notes and next steps
- Contributing to the Agency’s blog, outreach, marketing & social media efforts as needed
- Logistical and operational support as needed
We’re looking for motivated, organized, creatively-minded individuals who can work both independently and collaboratively. Qualities that make a great candidate for us include:
- Strong organizational skills: You know how to juggle a lot of moving parts at once, and aren’t intimidated by the ebbs and flows of a busy studio.
- Amazing communication skills: You can keep things light and breezy but aren’t afraid to deliver bad news. You’re equally comfortable with both written and verbal communication.
- Digital-savvy: You know your way around the admin side of a WordPress website, can dive into Google Analytics with ease, love expressing yourself with a GIF in Slack, and can manage projects in Basecamp in a snap.
- Professional and friendly demeanor: you know how to build relationships with clients and co-workers and have a good balance of professionalism and friendliness. You’ll be a reliable and trusted resource for our clients- it’s important for you to be approachable and kind in all interactions.
- Detail-oriented: You are mostly a left-brained thinker and do-er who is skilled and interested in getting in the weeds.
- Anticipating needs: You’re good at looking two steps ahead and anticipating client and team needs.
- Team player: You work well independently but love being part of a team. You take direction well but also look to the extra step. You’re also not afraid to roll up your sleeves and jump into new areas when the need arises.
Experience in project management, account management, program management preferred. Digital marketing experience is a big plus. A bachelor’s degree strongly preferred but candidates with commensurate experience will also be considered.
This will start as a temporary role that we expect will evolve into a long-term position for the right individual. Full-time employees at ICS enjoy competitive benefits such as flexible PTO, health and life insurance, 401(k), donation matching, MBTA reimbursement (not that we’re commuting any time soon), and more. This position will likely pay between $40—$60K, depending on expertise and experience.
We’re based in Boston, but are open to candidates from all over the US.
ICS embraces diversity and equal opportunity in a serious way. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. We believe the more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.
If you think ICS is the kind of place for you, please email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org to kick things off. Please tell us why you think you’d be a great fit for ICS. We want to know more about your experience, and more about you as a person, too. Please don’t address your cover letter “Dear hiring manager”: we don’t have one of those here 🙂