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Project-Based Contractor: Ecommerce Project Manager

Project-Based Contractor: Ecomerce Project Manager

PMO | Los Angeles, CA, United States

Based in Los Angeles, Zehner is a full-service creative digital agency specializing in e-commerce for fashion & lifestyle brands. Our mission is to help our clients achieve their core business and ROI goals by crafting an engaging digital brand narrative. Founded in 2007, Zehner is a strategic ShopifyPlus partner, along with our key partnerships with both Magento and Big Commerce. Notable clients include Haus Labs, Fiji Water, TenTree, Soylent, Outerknown, etc.

For more information, visit www.zehnergroup.com

As an eCommerce Project Manager, you will interact with information architects, designers, developers, client product managers, and other stakeholders to sustainably deliver exceptional products for our clients. Project managers at Zehner are a hybrid of account manager and project manager, helping to manage not only the project deliverables but the daily relationship with the client and client stakeholders. 

Are you someone who …

  • Is a great communicator, detailed-oriented and gets excited about results
  • Knows how to track a project budget without stressing out a team over budget constraints
  • Thrives on facilitating collaboration
  • Knows how to communicate your team’s performance outward
  • Great at fostering relationships in order to build great products

Responsibilities

  • Assist in managing new builds, re-platforming projects, and retainer projects
  • Assist in leading cross-functional team in day-to-day activities
  • Forecast timelines and project delivery dates and communicating these internally and updating in real-time
  • Plan and assign work across Designer and Development teams
  • Help deliver time estimates for Design and Development work and requests quickly; set timelines for teams to follow based on client priorities and timelines
  • Assist in managing team profitability through efficient resource allocation and setting proper goals
  • Coordinate with 3rd party vendors
  • Create and maintain process and website documentation
  • Manage UAT / QA phase

Requirements

  • BA or BS degree or higher
  • 3+ Years Project Management Experience
  • 3+ Years Ecommerce experience in either Project Management or Strategy role
  • Excellent communication, facilitation, and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to assist in estimation, story slicing, retrospective, and other Agile techniques
  • Deep understanding of the purpose of each Scrum event: Sprint Planning, Daily Scrums, Sprint Review, and Sprint Retrospective
  • Strong organizational and client management skills
  • Ability to productively converse with business stakeholders and engineers alike
  • This position is currently remote but Southern California based is preferred

Preferred Qualifications

  • Prior Digital Agency experience
  • Ecommerce landscape, knowledge, education
  • Cross Platform Technology experience
  • Google Analytics Experience

 

 

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