Lead Solution Architect - Digital Asset Management
We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Lead Solution Architect - Digital Asset Management to join our team working with some of the largest brand customers.
In the role of Lead Solution Architect - Digital Asset Management, you will collaborate with our customer to and take the technical lead to assist and deliver the digital asset management strategy, to allow them to scale content creation, enable content reuse and support the development of content for omnichannel delivery.
It’s a challenging role where you will work on a diverse range of projects, working with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders.
As the Lead Solution Architect - Digital Asset Management your main responsibilities are:
o Developing, maintaining, and executing asset management program including processes, procedures, tools, and reporting.
o Identify unique ways to organize and manage the entire digital asset life cycle
o Design, implement and maintain metadata schemas that reflect the true needs of the business
o Cross-Functional Collaboration for content creation, selection and sourcing.
o Create, maintain and streamline workflows for the use of assets in all relevant system
o Develop role-specific user training programs pertinent to all asset management systems
o Listen, learn and adapt to changes in the business needs of the organization
o Maintain industry knowledge on current solutions available, asset management trends, and general (industry) media production trends.
o To mentor teammates on technical and implementation best practices.
o Maintaining positive relationships with co-workers, other employees, vendors, and contractors.
What we expect from a Lead Solution Architect - Digital Asset Management:
Business process or asset management technology solution architecture, ideally in a marketing or packaging domainProviding software and/or services to consumer goods, pharmaceutical or retail customersSoftware user training (e.g., workflow building, system configuration, system admin, developing key users up to a professional/expert level)Software support (e.g., registering, administering, diagnosing, and resolving customer support requests)Other technical services domains (e.g., application engineering, enterprise level software installation)