- Swanson Russell, Lincoln or Omaha, NE, United States
From the middle of America, Swanson Russell, a full-service marketing communications and advertising agency, produces ideas that grab attention from coast to coast. Our crew of big thinkers, go-getters and team players help brands create a Real Connection™ with their audiences. Swanson Russell is dedicated to building an inclusive work culture that expands and embraces diversity, and that elevates our work and our connection to the world. If that sounds like you, apply today.
- Are you someone who possesses an outstanding knowledge of digital marketing concepts, trends, and production processes?
- Are you passionate about the infinite possibilities of digital and driven to create best-in-class experiences?
- Are you looking to collaborate with a team of digital experts that push each other and the agency forward?
If you answered “yes” to all of the above, this position may be a great fit for you.
As a Digital Strategist you are responsible for developing strategies and insights that drive digital marketing projects (user experience, content strategy, web development, digital advertising, and other services), ensuring that every client they work on is successful. Serving as the digital lead on assigned accounts, Digital Strategists must be able to develop strategic plans, accurately define scope for a variety of project types, and lead a multi-disciplinary team of producers, creatives, and developers. They work closely with user experience and development team leads and provide thought leadership on digital trends, platforms and technologies.
Qualified candidates much have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent and have 6+ years as a digital producer, project manager or related digital experience. Strong knowledge of the digital landscape and technologies are essential. Additional keys to success include strong communication and presentation skills, ability to work independently, and offer solutions to problems.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.