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Traffic Manager


Traffic Manager | Strategic Design Consultancy

Gloucestershire & London

NP774 | £40k - £50k

These guys do things a bit differently, but my word it's exciting…

Traditionally they're a strategy house; a consultancy, a tight-knit bunch of incredibly intellectual individuals who have fine tuned their ability to drill down into a client's core business values.

Their team of 20 is made up of a couple of creatives, strategists, account handlers and writers. At present, they use Toggl as a booking system, but with nobody calling the shots the client services team are bartering over the time of the in-demand writers, strategists, and designers.

After being recently acquired their workload and pipeline has significantly increased. Coupled with the fact they envisage growing from 20 to 40 people over the next 18 months, the need for an experienced Traffic Manager is crucial.

This Traffic Manager will have the gravitas to be able to control their workflow, coordinate the requests for work that are coming in and marrying them up with the resource not only within the ranks, but with external freelancers. In time, they'd also be looking for this Traffic Manager to team up and liaise with their parent company's Traffic Managers on bigger projects, where multiple specialist teams would be working together.

HQ is in Gloucestershire, you could be fully remote, although it would be handy if you were somewhere near there or London. You'd have access to their London parent company's offices should you need them.

Aside from the salary bracket of between £40k - £50k, there are other benefits such as:

  • 25 days' holiday ( 3 with long service)
  • Death in service
  • Income protection
  • 5% bonus (which has been paid for the last 5 years)

If you're ready for that next challenge in your career, send over a CV highlighting your stkills for the role.