I am about to lead a panel discussion at the Coastal Social Conference in Baton Rouge, LA, osocial media policy in the workplace so I thought I would share some good resources. Enjoy.
Job Code: #143039
Title: VP Digital Services
Job Type: Direct Hire
Job Location: Addison TX
Vice President, Digital Services
Our client is one of the fastest-growing marketing services agencies in the country. Known for its dynamic team environment, this super creative group is currently seeking a Vice President of Digital Services.
The selected individual will be responsible for all aspects associated with the Agency’s delivery of digital work for Web sites, promotional micro-sites, social-applications, Web applications, Email deployments, Mobile applications, and Web-based software development. The position is not responsible for digital media planning and buying such as paid search, display media, social media monitoring/management, Internet marketing or creative design, but is responsible for the development and production of relevant assets.
Other responsibilities will include:
- Process development, implementation and optimization that properly estimates project costs, controls expenses during development, ensures efficient resource usage, and facilitates the delivery of near-flawless, on-time work products; this includes but is not limited to methodology development, quality control checks, definition of roles/responsibilities, and other tasks required to fine-tune the operation of the digital teams.
- Interfacing with other departments, as needed, during the development of strategy and campaigns as well as the implementation of integrated marketing solutions that cross multiple channels.
- Leading the digital team including staffing, planning, hiring, coaching and development. Mission is to continue to build a stronger, growing team and capability, and to raise the overall talent level. Direct reports will include a Senior Director of User Experience and a VP of Programming/Technical Development; each of these direct reports have functional teams reporting to them.
Background and experience should include:
- 7+ years in a senior director role/digital services leadership position
- Significant & proven leadership experience in the interactive/digital space, preferably at an Interactive Agency
- A broad and deep understanding of Web technologies and interactive marketing
- Proven experience overseeing and guiding the management of staffing, budgets and other fiscal operations impacting the agency P&L
- Achieves revenue and margin goals for area of accountability
- History of managing and mentoring teams as well as coaching & developing digital/interactive teams
- An understanding of project management methods, constraints and dependencies
- A proven track record directing programs and client engagements
- A proven record of growing accounts and developing new business
Contact Craig Fisher email@example.com 214-394-0909
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Story from Craig Fisher Posted by Miriam Salpeter on Keppie Careers
Published on December 2nd, 2009
If you are a regular reader, I hope you are already convinced that it’s important to job hunt during the holidays. Do you know where you are going with your job hunt? Today, I’m happy to share insight from the “other side of the hiring desk.” Today’s contributor, Craig Fisher, is a management and information technology recruiter, staffing entrepreneur and co-founder of A-List Solutions.
I know Craig via Twitter and saw him tweet on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving about placing a candidate:
Of course, I immediately DMed and asked if he’d contribute to this series. This is Craig’s take on looking for a job during the holidays…
So perhaps you are thinking that hiring managers won’t be in the office over the holidays. Maybe you should ease up on your job search. But you should know that your friendly neighborhood recruiter is likely still in touch with those managers and trying to make placements happen.
As a case in point, I just placed a candidate in a great new position. It is Tuesday evening before Thanksgiving. I was able to facilitate a background check and offer letter while both candidate and client were already out for vacation. All parties were thrilled and the candidate gets to start work on this coming Monday morning.
Today it is easier than ever for recruiters to do business even when nobody is at work. Smart phones make it so easy to text and view documents. And smart recruiters know that many hiring managers are trying to spend budget money right now before year end.
Just remember that we recruiters are ALWAYS trying to get people placed in jobs. And we are likely in touch with many of our clients even when they are out of the office. Recruiters work hard all through the holidays. And if you are a job seeker, you should too.
Craig Fisher is a founding partner of A-List solutions, blogger at http://blog.fishdogs.com/ and host of the TalentNet Live #TNL recruiter forum. As a 15-year recruiting industry veteran, Craig is a social recruiting and new media branding strategist for job seekers and employers. Follow Craig on Twitter @Fishdogs
When the phone doesn’t ring within 24 hours of an interview, many job candidates start to assume they didn’t get the job. The waiting game is worse than the interview itself for some.
Read what to do and NOT do during this stage in process in a JobHunt.Org article Post-Interview Waiting Game