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Campaign -Delivery Lead

Position Title: Campaign - Delivery Lead

Duration: 3 Months

Location: Los Angeles, California

 

Job Description:

The Delivery Lead oversees and is accountable for delivery-team tactical execution and shepherds the full-delivery cycle for marketing campaigns of varying complexity. This role assists the Journey Manager in management of the backlog and owns coordination of work. The Delivery Lead uses a continuous improvement approach to ensure best practices and growth in team dynamics.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Ensures project delivery through the adherence to standards, controls, processes, deliverables and quality measures
  • Keeps leadership and stakeholders informed of progress against commitments and escalate issues as needed
  • Encourages open team dialogue to aid in expectation clarity, identify actionable opportunities and address team roadblocks to efficient delivery
  • Owns and facilitates daily team stand-up meetings, runs team retrospectives, working to evoke dialogue and improve team dynamics
  • Operates with a Continuous Improvement Mindset
  • Looks for opportunities to improve team delivery dynamics
  • Uses team delivery metrics to guide start/stop/continue discussions
  • Constantly working to understand how to help the team improve estimation efforts to strengthen stakeholder trust
  • Analyzes delivery value stream with a mindset to eliminate process waste
  • Owns accountability for project team delivery
  • Proactively works to ensure team coverage model and capacity are understood
  • Sets and manages tactical tools to aid team in communication
  • Collects team delivery metrics and facilitates discussions with leadership to improve expectations and transparency of team capacity and health

 

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrates initiative by identifying issues and recommending solutions.
  • Ability to effectively plan and manage the work of others including managing projects across multiple teams or groups.
  • Ability to influence groups and/or more senior associates.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills including facilitating a variety of meetings.
  • Basic business and industry knowledge or related financial products; Digital and traditional marketing techniques.
  • A talent for performing and applying analytics to work assignments; basic use of MarTech and reporting tools
  • Agile certifications (CSM, CPO) are a plus
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in project delivery with basic business and industry knowledge or related financial products; Digital and traditional marketing techniques
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