Senior Producer

R/Ga New York , NY 10007

Posted 3 weeks ago

A Senior Producer in Business Transformation leads large interactive projects and is responsible for their success. At R/GA, success is defined not only as on time and on budget, but meeting client business requirements in a way that demonstrates creativity. A Senior Producer manages not only creative and development project teams, but other producers supporting specific projects.

Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities:

  • Lead discovery process on large engagements and accurately scope projects, defining project requirements and success metrics

  • Manage multi-million dollar projects or multiple projects that total over a million dollars.

  • Serve as the main client interface on projects, clarify strategic requirements, explain complex ideas clearly, and manage expectations

  • Oversee multiple producers and interdisciplinary project teams as large as 15 people

  • Lead and inspire teams by communicating a vision for the project as well as involving people at the optimal levels for project success and overall account utilization

  • Lead meetings with senior clients, ensure that they meet the stated objectives and stay on agenda

  • Ensure all deliverables are of the highest quality

  • Work in an independent fashion, solve problems, make decisions, and communicate effectively in difficult situations

  • Be a passionate about delivering the best creative, but find ways of producing it that does not jeopardize schedule and budget

  • Play a dual role of client advocate and R/GA team advocate

  • Assist in training of producers and associate producers on R/GA methodology and PM skills

Participate in the development of new business

  • Knowledge / Experience / Ability

  • Prior experience as a interactive producer or directly related experience

  • Demonstrated experience running large engagements

  • Effective presentation and communication skills as evidenced by ability to develop presentations and speak to large audiences including senior level clients.

  • Excellent negotiation skills, including Statement of Work

  • Experience scoping large engagement, with development of project plans in MS Project Management of projects that exceed $1MM in budget that met with business requirements and were on schedule and budget

  • Familiarity with various project types, including: web sites, online advertising, campaigns, kiosks, mobile, signage, brand, and consulting.

  • Strong knowledge of web development technologies. Knowledge of quality assurance process is required.

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent required. PMI certification a plus.

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