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Joe Barrell

Traffic/Projects Manager

We’re appointing a pivotal new role at Eden Stanley

Closing date for applications: 20th March 2023

Traffic/projects Manager

Our clients are changing the world. With you here, we’ll help them do it.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced traffic or projects manager to further their career, broadening their remit into client engagement and business development.

About us

We’re a leading boutique insight, strategy and creative agency for the non-profit sector, making a big impact on social causes.

About the role

The Traffic/Projects Manager is a pivotal role that ensures we’re managing internal and external resources effectively, so we deliver projects on time, efficiently, within budget, and to the high standards our clients expect. We’re looking for someone to manage the flow of projects across the agency, liaising with clients, consultants, staff and suppliers on all aspects of scheduling and resourcing.

About you

You are super-organised and have significant experience of working in a busy project-based agency environment in a co-ordinating role – for example, as a traffic manager, studio manager, or project manager.

And you have excellent judgement and analytical skills and demonstrated ability to present and influence credibly, including with senior colleagues and clients.

Company culture

We’re a close-knit friendly team, motivated by the huge difference our work makes. We work a four-and-a-half-day week, and our two-week ‘work away from home’ policy means you can extend a holiday and dial in from wherever you happen to be. Our hybrid working policy sees us working both at home and in our lovely office in the heart of London’s Shoreditch.

How to apply

Please download the job description (below) for more details about the role.

Then send your CV and cover letter to, stating why you meet the requirements of this role, and why you’re interested in working at Eden Stanley.

Please note, any CVs submitted without cover letters will not be considered.


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