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Our Current Openings

The Web Project Manager oversees the schedules for the design, programming and development of multiple interactive/web projects for the agency and its clients with both in-house and contracted out-of-house resources, handling all negotiations, estimates and purchase orders. This person should be skilled at managing interactive websites that are functional, dynamic, effective and capable of maintaining the brand image and achieving the strategic goals/objectives set forth in the Interactive Strategic Marketing Plan.

The Web Project Manager assigns the work of designated teams within the agency who produce, maintain and update content and design for all agency-produced and maintained websites.


  • Oversees and schedules the daily operation of interactive/web design and development
  • Manages schedules for all web designers, production artists, code writers and content developers in the design, programming, development and maintenance of interactive/web properties
  • Works with traditional and interactive client service teams to develop estimates and proposals for Interactive development as part of the overall client strategic planning process
  • Consults on the development and presentation of all interactive marketing proposals to ensure such plans remain focused on the objectives of approved client strategic marketing plans
  • Reviews all web design projects for presentation/demo to account service personnel and clients after approved by Creative Director
  • Produces and presents website plans and proposals
  • Sees projects through from start to finish, taking responsibility for CMS training and compiling manuals for clients
  • Stays current with regard to web design trends, tools and practices
  • Identifies new technologies for communications solutions
  • Reviews interactive/web properties to ensure design and content remains consistent with strategic goals and objectives
  • Regularly monitors websites and produces reports on current status of web projects, with recommendations for updates of content and design
  • Analyzes web/interactive properties for effectiveness and recommends improvements based on knowledge of clients, their brands, products, services and marketing objectives
  • Implements policies and standards for posting content to interactive/web properties
  • Attends webinars, industry trade shows and demonstrations to stay current on technological innovations, trends, and new marketing opportunities

Located in our Lake Mary, Florida corporate headquarters, just north of Orlando, this is a full-time salaried position with a strong benefit, PTO and ongoing education/training/support package. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, gender, physical capability, sexual identification/orientation, national origin, or other protected class distinctions.


The Web Project Manager should be capable of handling multiple projects, as well as be a skilled negotiator. This position requires strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to both present to a client and also enough knowledge to communicate intelligently with a developer.

This person should have an eye for detail and be skilled at verbal and written communications. The Web Project Manager should understand user experience as an element in all interactive/web strategy and must be a self-starter, with the ability to consider design and user experience.

The Web Project Manager should have extensive knowledge of and experience in web information and interactive design. A minimum of three years of experience with web technologies such as: HTML, Javascript, PHP, SQL Server and CMS development is required.  This person should also have extensive experience with and/or knowledge of web server hardware, site architecture, user interface requirements, web navigation, web page layout, cross platform issues, browser and platform compatibility. Ideally, this person is also familiar with working within agency or client contracts and ADA compliance practices.

evok advertising expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of evok’s employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge.

evok advertising provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, evok advertising complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

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Who We Are

We are an eclectic group of journeymen and shiny new pennies, yet our passions extend far beyond the advertising industry. We’re musicians, surf bums and occasional beer snobs. We’re junkies for adventure and explorers of the unknown. We laugh at ourselves and at each other. Thick-skinned and warm-hearted, most of all, we’re a family with a shared goal of helping our clients build their brands and reminding them to have fun while doing so.

Headquartered in Orlando, we have account service satellites in Memphis, Los Angeles, and Tallahassee. We also have five strategic partners located in Atlanta, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Boston, and Jackson, Mississippi. So, when you join the evok team, you’re connecting with a network of creative professionals who share ideas, best practices, and even team members. We’ve had team members migrate from one office to the next for client opportunities or just changes of scenery—a great opportunity for our team members as they progress in their careers.

What you can expect in a day in the life of an evoker

Much of your experience at evok will be shaped by your personality, professional strengths and, most importantly, the way you approach both challenges and opportunities. In an industry that’s ever-evolving, the ability to seamlessly adapt and develop your abilities to both influence and lead are at the core of every evoker.

We encourage everyone to collaborate and make the most of our fluid work environment. On any given day, you’ll find evokers on the Wi-Fi-enabled third-floor rooftop deck, engaging in an impromptu creative session over a game of ping pong, or hosting a client in one of our conference rooms for a strategy session. Mix, mingle and coexist in an environment that’s set in “caves and commons,” where an emphasis is put on coming out of those caves and sharing ideas with your fellow team members.

This is a great work environment, but it’s also work—we stress about ROI for our clients—but it’s our passion. We love what we do, and we’re always on the lookout for those who will not only fit in, but also stand out.

The Perks of Becoming an Evoker

Our “perks” are mostly team inspired, developed or influenced, and although they, like the industry, are always evolving, most are designed with an emphasis on improving work-life balance. Here are just a few:

The Standard

Health, dental and vision insurance, plus long-term disability

Holiday and paid days off, including evok’s annual holiday, the day after the Super Bowl

401k plan

Profit sharing

The Not-So-Standard

Flex time – Work 8 hours in the office starting as late as 10am or leaving as early as 4pm. All that is required is 8 hours in the office each day.

Continuing education – Learn new skills then share them with others with a $1,000 yearly education stipend per evoker

Monthly fun – From yoga classes to office pet visits, we’re always adding new ideas brought forward by evokers.

Healthy snacks and drinks, including “Bagel Monday”

Intern with us

No fetching coffee. Spend a fast-paced semester at evōk, and you will gain more experience than other interns do in a year. Whether you are on the creative, digital marketing, strategic planning, account service, interactive, social media or public relations team, you will do real work, for real clients and build your portfolio for the next step in your career, which may just be within our walls.