Marketing Project Specialist
are a team of bold copywriters, designers, strategists, engineers, UX researchers, data junkies and product visionaries based in downtown Boston. Over the past ten years, weve quietly transformed home security from an outdated, unfriendly industry to something elegant, thoughtful, and beautifully designed. Weve taken on the industry behemoths, were winning, and we want you to join us on our march to victory.
(Oh, and other folks seem to like us a whole lot. CNET, the Wirecutter and PCMag all named us their Editors Choice for home security. Not bad for a days work).
is a big deal. You oversee all the work we churn out everyday to make our website sing. Our website is the heart of our business. Its not just pretty pictures. Its our store. We work hard every day to make it better. Analysts do data deep dives to find clues how. Then copywriters and designers collaborate on new designs that a team of developers brings to life. Youll oversee it all, keeping track of whos working on what and using your organizational genius to make sure it all gets done.
get things done. And done well. You stay on top of things like no ones business. Organizing and prioritizing is how you start every day. You thrive on organizing chaos. When everyone else loses their head, youre calm and clear-sighted.
But youre way more than just your way with a planner. Youre a great listener, negotiator, collaborator. Someones stalled on a project? You listen, find out why, and propose solutions. When different teams have different priorities, you listen to both, and bridge the gap. Thats why everyone turns to you when they want things done.
Your project management experience
is welcome if youve got it; if not, thats okay too. If the you section above sounds like you, then youre the right person for the job. Add in your zero-ego attitude and your hunger to learn and succeed and the job is yours.
just follow this link. Let us know why youre the right person for the role. Be concrete. Tell us about a time you managed a team to get things done. Or that big, messy, complicated project you broke down into a bunch of bite size bits, organized, prioritized, and tracked to completion. Show us your best spreadsheet, a page from your planner. Show us what youve got.