Jacelle Blagdon
We’re hiring a Project Co-ordinator!

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Are you a leader? A quick talkin’, sharp-shootin’, multi-tasker? Generally, someone who loves the chance to learn new moves and make clients really happy? Good. ’Cause the Dc team is a high-performance, tour-da-force and only the most on-point, up-and-comers will do!

Project Co-ordinator; Client connector, team leader and detail dictator

When you’re in the middle of awesome clients and creative ideas, there’s never a dull moment.
If you can co-ordinate and assist, lead and suggest, strategize and be proactive with our clients, project managers and creative team … you may be the one we’re looking for!

You’ll be an important cog in the ever spinning wheel that is our DC Design House life, working with everyone and doing a little of everything. You can take the lead, but follow when necessary. And, you have ideas that make us go “hmmmmmmmm!” If you’re all this (and a bag of #stormchips) then check out the specifics below and get in touch!

Mad skills

The goal of the Project Co-ordinator is to assist the Project Managers (PMs) in scheduling, planning and running the details of projects; taking the lead where necessary and appropriate. You are the one … right?

  • Detail oriented and organized
  • Superior communication skills – written and verbal
  • Knowledge of marketing strategy, trends and tactics
  • Value-driven mentality to client-agency relationships
  • project management, marketing or communications experience
  • Deadline driven and budget conscious
  • Three to five years of experience in project management, marketing or communications, preferably in a marketing agency

All the specifics

The Project Co-ordinator will communicate directly with the client, when directed by the PMs, in an effort to obtain necessary project details, including the PMs on all client correspondence. 

  • Assist the Project Managers in moving projects forward and getting them complete
  • Is a point of contact for clients once a project is underway
  • Attend client meetings as directed by the PMs to capture notes to send back to Project Managers for review
  • Think proactively for clients
  • Present Project Managers with relevant client ideas
  • Manage and create marketing strategies
  • Gather information and complete Function Point and creative brief forms
  • Prepare account service-related documents such as meeting agendas, reports, and other client communications and correspondence
  • Quality Assurance (QA) of website developments after first round of QA
  • Provide other administrative support to accounts team
  • Seek ways to add value to the client-agency relationship
  • Weekly social report sending to clients
  • Monthly analytic (website and social) report sending to clients
  • Request proactive research for client accounts
  • Provide Project Managers with ideas to pitch to clients
  • Create marketing documents that outline all costs and projects that are upcoming for the client’s personal use
  • Create blocking charts
  • Measure the success of completed projects
  • Create touch points with each client to maximize the client relationship
  • Co-ordinate Dc internal projects
  • Schedule meetings
  • Print materials and prep for meetings
  • Attend meetings where necessary to take notes and action next steps
  • Manage Google Drive files
  • Have a clear understanding of Function Point-related responsibilities

Looking forward…to your resume!

Dc Design House is a fun and creative place to work with lots of benefits including group health insurance, a deadly team environment, and great opportunities to learn and grow. If you’d like to apply or get more details and a job description, you can get in touch with Jacelle Blagdon at jacelle@dcdesignhouse.ca. Want to learn more about what we do? Click here!

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