Campaign Production Manager at Spiceworks
Austin, TX, US

Who you are: Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment? Are you a highly skilled project juggler? Would you leap at the chance to manage the production of a variety of content types as you collaborate across departments? Spiceworks wants you! We’re looking for a talented Production Manager to oversee a producer team that manages the production of white papers, case studies, infographics, interactive quizzes, and other awesome digital content on behalf of our high-tech clients. Like the sound of working with internal teams and clients as you ensure smooth delivery of critical revenue? Apply now — we’d love to meet you!

Who we are: Spiceworks has been connecting the IT industry since 2006. We’ve grown into a global IT marketplace, powered by millions of tech buyers and sellers who rely on each other to get their jobs done. This tight-knit community trusts Spiceworks to connect them with the right insights, tools, and experts when they need it most. 

Why Spiceworks? No one joins us just because they want a job. Spiceworkers join us to wake up every day inspired to know they make a difference. How? By interacting directly with the people who use technology to transform their organizations, communities, and the world, every day. We’re passionate about helping tech professionals and tech brands drive their businesses forward by connecting them to the right resources at the right time. 

In short, we’re building the biggest IT marketplace on the planet. We’re going to keep changing this industry for the better (and have a blast doing it)! 

Responsibilities: Your day-to-day (as a Production Manager, you’ll):

  • Mentor the producer team from career development to day-to-day guidance to escalations (and everything in between).
  • Collaborate with internal teams to manage a large integrated campaign for a strategic account from presales to execution.
  • Review content and provide feedback as necessary to meet client objectives.
  • Assess and recommend production and process improvements for content, internal communications and cross-departmental workflow.
  • Forecast and monitor delivery projections from month to month and report on those forecasts in a biweekly meeting.
  • Speak “client” fluently and help guide project kickoffs in the direction most advantageous to an IT pro and business decision-maker audience as needed.

Qualifications: What does it take to do this job?

  • The must-haves (your track record proves you’re):
  • An organizational pro. You thrive on fast-moving, high-energy initiatives and excel at taming unruly projects.
  • A master multi-tasker. You have no problem switching gears from moment to moment, and you can keep track of your projects (and oversee a large volume of team member’s projects) like nobody’s business.
  • Detail-oriented. You have a knack for editing and a gift for grammar. You’ll be the final eye on myriad types of content projects.
  • Team player. You’re a collaborating fool, totally in your element working with different teams and talents to get projects completed efficiently and on time.
  • A problem solving extraordinaire. You aren’t afraid to think outside the box, find creative paths forward, and try something new to get work done.
  • A communication expert. You can communicate with all types of stakeholders and translate client expectations to writers, designers, developers, sales reps and account managers. You’re not afraid to be the voice of reason or go against something that’s “always been done.”


Ready to toss your hat in the ring? Apply now! (and don’t forget to include a cover letter to let us know why you’re up to spice snuff).