Jamie Bradnam, senior communications coordinator, Content Group
has experience in digital media, communications and project management in both Government and private sectors. A self-confessed web geek, Jamie has helped to successfully deliver a number of online and publishing projects for a diverse range of clients. At contentgroup, he utilises his analytical experience to measure and evaluate the success of digital and social media content.
Before starting with contentgroup, Jamie spent time in the United Kingdom working for one of Europe’s premier sports media companies. As a project and account manager, Jamie worked with clients including the International Rugby Board, European Tour PGA and London 2012. During the Rugby World Cup 2011, he provided operational support for rugbyworldcup.com and then project managed the RWC 2015 platform launch including a web and mobile site. During the London Olympics and Paralympics in 2012, he worked as a contractor as part of the new media team supporting staff working on the web and mobile platforms.
Upon moving back to Australia, Jamie took up a role as a project manager for the Land Development Agency’s digital media platforms. Comprised of a website, mobile site and associated social media platforms, he supported the delivery of the project through scoping, design and information architecture. His experience in Government also extends to managing the website, social media, external publications and media relations for Sport and Recreation Services. During the Commonwealth Games in 2010, he coordinated the ACT Academy of Sport media strategy to highlight the achievements of athletes and support staff.