Digital Project Manager - Pragmatic Web Limited

Brighton and Hove

Closing date: 06/07/2018

Pragmatic is a full service digital agency specialising in WordPress in the heart of Brighton. We build websites, platforms and digital products for some of the world's biggest brands. We've grown to 55 employees and would love to welcome you to the team!

Job Description:

We're looking for an exceptional Digital Project Manager to join our 50+ strong team in the heart of Brighton.

You'll be a vital part of the production team, shepherding projects through from initial requirement gathering to successful completion and ongoing partnerships. Our Project Managers are un-blockers, clear and effective communicators and super organised.

You'll be working with our developers, designers, business analysts, technical architects and product managers to deliver succesful projects and build long lasting relationships with clients.

 
Skills Range:
  • A minimum of 3 years' experience in digital Project Management, ideally in an agency environment
  • Experience in website build projects
  • Experience applying both Agile and Waterfall methodologies
  • Comfortable using a range of Project Management tools, including JIRA, time planning such as Float, Google Docs
  • Strong communication skills and comfortable delivering work to stakeholders and clients of varying seniority
  • Experience working with large enterprise clients
  • Able to say 'no' when needed - firm but fair!
  • Understanding of WordPress and open source software would be beneficial
  • Experience working in a Project Management team to improve processes and share learning
  • High attention to detail
  • Proven ability to keep documentation and tools up-to-date
 
Person Specification:
  • Positive: sees challenges not problems and can keep a team motivated
  • Confident: happy providing opinions and feedback in a constructive way
  • Ambitious: keen to develop self and the company
  • Naturally curious and interested in the future of digital and our industry
  • Enjoys working in a friendly team - we're very social and have strong company values around creating a place where our people love working
  • Excited at the prospect of joining a talented and growing team with exciting prospects for the future
 
Key Area: Project Management Project Management
Salary: Intermediate to Senior
Attendance: Full-Time
 
Additional Information:

We can give you:

  • Yearly trip to international WordCamp (we've been to Seville, Vienna and Paris to-date)
  • Monthly wellness budget (£20 towards anything from gym membership to yoga classes)
  • Monthly kudos voucher - you can give to anyone in the business for any reason (and vice versa!)
  • Healthy learning and development programme to super-charge your career progression
  • Monthly team meal out - everyone heads to a local restaurant for food and drinks
  • Summer and Christmas parties
  • Innovative reward schemes for those making a big impact
  • Pension
  • Remote and flexible working opportunities
  • Fun, friendly and supportive team
  • Weekly fruit and veg for everyone's smoothies
  • Central Brighton location (fantastic new office due in Q1 2018!)
  • People Operations team to drive personal development and culture activities
 
 

No agencies please

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