The Digital Asset Manager is responsible for organizing, documenting, cataloguing, archiving and distributing Pacific Wilds digital assets. They are accountable for bringing order to creative content through the effective use of technology, and proven library management practices. Achieved through the maintenance and management of various asset libraries, the Digital Asset Manager is not only responsible for managing visual content but also for all the people, processes and users that interact with those assets. The Digital Asset Manager is the key knowledge owner for the DAM and MAM systems and acts as the primary liaison between internal and external stakeholders. Key accountabilities include metadata governance, accurate rights usage, and designing and implementing taxonomy and meta

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