Digital Project Manager
Company: Reingold Inc
Posted on: February 25, 2021
Reingold, a full-service marketing and communications firm in
Alexandria, Virginia, is offering an outstanding opportunity for a
hands-on, experienced digital project manager to determine project
requirements and to direct team strategies for client campaigns.
We're looking for the usual things: intelligence, creativity,
experience, management acumen, and rave reviews. But we're also
looking for much more: initiative, willingness to work hard and
think hard, commitment to the team, practical perfectionism, a
sense of humor, discipline, and eagerness to chart unfamiliar
territory. As a digital project manager, you will join a team of
professionals working in web design, web development, user
experience and information architecture, and search engine
optimization. You will manage timelines, budgets, and technical
requirements, working with the larger team to deliver web products.
This full-time position demands a versatile self-starter with a
strong intellect, initiative, reliability, and top-flight
communication skills. It's a great opportunity for a professional
with a background in enterprise-level deployments for government
and commercial clients to join our interdisciplinary team of
developers, designers, and analysts. This position requires a
hybrid set of skills, spanning the project manager and business
analyst roles. Required qualifications include the following:
- Strong organizational and time management skills.
- Effective and engaging communication skills in both internal
and external (client-facing) settings.
- Creative and analytical thinking skills, including the ability
to anticipate and identify opportunities (and threats) and develop
a plan to pursue (or avoid) them.
- Extensive experience in agile and Scrum practices at an agency,
product company, or software development shop.
- Demonstrated leadership abilities.
- Experience running projects within state and local government
agencies or highly regulated industries.
- Ability to obtain a security clearance. Experience with
web-based projects and with the Atlassian suite is a plus.
Responsibilities include the following:
- Work with clients to gather and document project
- Evaluate requirements and translate research findings into
strategic recommendations for clients.
- Manage day-to-day budgeting, task assignments, and
communication with internal teams and the client.
- Guide an interdisciplinary team (of designers, developers, and
analysts) on agile and Scrum practices.
- Help create a product backlog and shape user stories.
- Work with the digital team to develop product road maps.
- Support client product owners in prioritizing the product
- Identify and remove roadblocks internally as well as with
clients and third-party vendors.
- Ensure quality across all phases of a project. Reingold offers
creative freedom, a supportive work environment, and challenging
assignments. Salary is commensurate with experience. No phone
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