Panlogic is a digital consultancy based in Richmond, we are a team of ten and our open plan office is a relaxed, friendly but hard working environment. We offer a consultancy and design/build service and our clients include large government organisations, blue chip companies and charities. See more here: www.panlogic.co.uk
We are offering a Junior Digital Project Manager the chance to gain experience in digital delivery, from discovery to build to support and maintenance. We're looking for someone that has a passion for digital. Experience is a bonus, but even if you don't have this we'd be interested in hearing from you as long as you've got the drive to learn about digital and build a career in the industry.
As a Junior Project Manager, you will be fully involved in a range of digital projects. You'll be expected to be hands on and won't be afraid to learn new things and get your hands dirty. Among other activities you'll liaise with clients, coordinate work, take specifications, work with developers, designers and other project managers to devise digital solutions and build them.
If you're organised, a good communicator and have a keen interest in digital and want to work at an agile, fun, digital agency then please get in touch.
• Keen interest and understanding of digital
• Good knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint
• Clear communicator
• Strong organisational skills
Nice to have skills
• Experience using Content Management Systems
• Project Management Experience
• Digital Agency experience
• Bachelor’s degree
Salary £25-30k depending on experience, 23dys holiday per year, workplace pension scheme.
Established in 1999, Panlogic is an independent, dedicated digital consultancy offering a full range of services, from idea through to execution. Our three core service areas are digital consultancy, design & build and managed services. Panlogic creates well-engineered digital services to better engage, connect and inspire stakeholders. Our clients include UK public sector and International Governmental Organisations (IGOs) as well as those in the Education, Financial Services, Not-For-Profit (NFP) and Charity sectors.