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Digital Producer

Brisbane (remote-friendly)
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About Josephmark

Josephmark is a technology-driven design studio on a mission to build beautiful brands, products and businesses. We are an eclectic mix of technologists, designers, developers and strategists spread across Australia and the US. We’ve built brands and ventures, startups and scale-ups for the last 20 years, focused on changing the ways we work, play, and live, for the better.

The role

We're on the hunt for a Digital Producer who thrives at the intersection of design, technology and innovation. You’ll manage timelines, budgets and resources to deliver high-quality digital products on time, on scope, and on budget. We prefer this position to be in close proximity to our Brisbane office but are open to fully remote applicants within Australia who can align with BNE (AEST) timezones.

What makes this role different?

  • Four-Day Work Week: In an era where so much of the workplace is evolving, we’ve been asking ourselves why would nine-to-five, Monday to Friday still be the standard? That’s why we have a four-day workweek (100-80-100™ model).
  • Remote, flexible working: We're all about remote and flexible work—no need to come to the office, although we do have a stunning workspace at the Brisbane Powerhouse and we still love to get the team together regularly.
  • Cutting-edge collaboration: Work alongside forward-thinkers and innovators from a range of disciplines, all committed to pushing the boundaries of what's possible.
  • Project diversity: Contribute to a transparent, high-performing, people-driven culture who get to work on diverse projects that are regenerative at their core.
  • Growth: As well as a generous professional development allowance, we can promise that you’ll be challenged and intellectually stretched by the projects you work on.

About you

You're a self-driven and resourceful producer who brings clarity and direction wherever you go - you're motivated by the art and science of bringing order to complex systems. Your toolkit includes:

  • at least 4 years of experience as a digital producer/project manager, ideally within a creative or tech-driven environment
  • a strong understanding of digital product design and development lifecycles
  • excellent communication skills, able to articulate project goals and updates clearly to stakeholders at all levels
  • strong leadership skills, capable of guiding teams and collaborating effectively across disciplines
  • impeccable customer service and organisation skills
  • an unwavering commitment to quality

You'll also have:

  • an inherent understanding of what a team needs in order to deliver high quality, profitable work, on time and on budget
  • strong knowledge of waterfall and agile (and when to use them)
  • a commercial mindset
  • a cool, calm and collected demeanor - because you know you can catch more flies with honey than you do with vinegar
  • strong experience in workshop and meeting facilitation
  • the ability to work effectively with both technical and non-technical stakeholders

At JM, we know better products start with diverse teams. We are an inclusive workplace committed to fostering a sense of thriving and belonging for all. That's why we strongly (see bold and underline usage) encourage members of underrepresented communities to apply. If you're a Digital Producer ready to make a tangible impact, we want to hear from you, even if you don't tick every box.

Marco Santiago, Head of Delivery

What’s the most interesting thing you’ve worked on at JM? My first project at JM was Tammy Fit’s 8 Week Challenge. The mix of tech, marketing and operations requirements was incredibly challenging.

How long have you been in the industry for? 21 years… but let’s keep that a secret. I have a technical background: before starting at JM I’d been in IT executive roles, owned my own startup and consulted too.

What’s the best thing about working at JM? The team, and how people respect each other.

What’s the worst thing about working at JM? Most of the time, we are doing something new and innovative – and when something’s new, it doesn’t have a process. The absence of that clarity does make the work harder.

What’s something people might not know about being a Head of Delivery at JM? Heads of delivery don’t know all the answers… but let’s also keep this a secret.

What advice do you have for anyone looking to do what you do? In roles like this, you are responsible for the delivery, but YOU are not the one delivering anything. You need to trust people, empathise and be a real team player.

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