Freelance Project Manager - Part-time Remote
- Location San Francisco, CA United States (Anywhere)
- Type of project General support, Designing & Media, Business consulting & Finance, IT & Software Party / Event planning, Photography, Strategy and Planning, Project Management
- Duration freelance ongoing
- Education required College/University
- Years of experience
- 2 - 5 years
- Area of Specialization Communication and journalism 2018-10-09 Workhoppers Home San Francisco CA
- We are seeking a people-oriented, results-focused Project Manager with excellent organizational skills.
This person will be an effective leader and responsible for coordinating, executing, and delivering on multiple projects across the company.
The position is part-time and remote, perfect for working photographers!
Must be located between GMT-7 to GMT+2 (North America, Europe).
The ideal Project Manager will work closely with our team via Slack and video conferencing and be a motivated self-starter who is comfortable working autonomously.
This position is perfect for someone who is looking for interesting and varied project management work, flexible work hours and a closely-knit team. The job is fairly flexible on an weekly basis, (15-20 hours per week).
Daily (M-F) availability is a plus, though not a requirement.
The Project Manager will work closely with all LensCulture teams (management, editorial, marketing, product, development and support) and will report directly to the Director of Programs.
Coordinate and ensure that all the projects are executed and delivered on a timely manner.
- Monitor cross-project activities related to our competitions including pre-launch planning, localization, production of landing pages, managing first-round judges, planning and executing marketing strategies, and organizing announcements for winners and finalists.
- Oversee the progress of marketing operations including newsletters and event promotions across various communication channels.
- Monitor deadlines and tasks for editorial, design, and marketing teams related to the publication, release and sale of the annual Best of the photobook.
- Collaborate with partner organizations and our teams to plan, promote and host photography exhibitions for the LensCulture Awards winners and finalists.
- Proven 2-3 years experience as a project manager or other managerial position.
- Meticulous attention to detail, exceptional organizational skills.
- Strong proficiency in both desktop & online systems including Google sheets, Excel, Slack, Dropbox etc.
- Proven experience collaborating with a team.
- Ability to multi-task and bounce between several different ongoing programs.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Excellent problem-solving ability.
- Competency in information systems and product management is a plus but not a requirement.
Interested? Email with a resume and cover letter. We look forward to hearing from you!
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