WiTH Collective is a new digital agency / consultancy located in Crows Nest, headed by senior ex-international agency management folk (me). We’re only a month old but in that short time we’ve been inundated with new business and projects for some of Australia’s most progressive blue chip brands.

We currently have a ground floor opportunity for a career focused Associate Producer to join our small but rapidly growing team.

You will assist in managing and producing digital campaigns for a range of clients (think: financial services, resources, technology, pharmaceutical, fitness) and work alongside a progressive team of Writers, Designers and Developers.


To be considered for this role you must have:

  • 12 months experience in digital, most recently agency
  • Experience trafficking projects with creative teams and developers
  • Experience across banners, microsites, eDMs, websites, Search
  • Excellent documentation skills: ability to wireframes, prepare scope of work, functional specifications and so on
  • Business related degree from a recognised university.

We are looking for a career focused, lateral thinker who is passionate about things digital.

Remuneration will be based on experience.

To apply confidentially please send a one page application letter, together with a succinct CV outlining your education, experience, passions and three references. We are interviewing immediately so it is important not to delay your application.

If you have any questions please contact Founder & Director, Dominique Hind on 0403 300 015 or dominique@withcollective.com.


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