Do you love an organized desktop? You want to see all icons perfectly aligned or in a specific location. Do you love making things efficient? Cutting or combining steps so that you save time daily. Do you love creating a list and strike things off? Ahh . . . the small feeling of accomplishment.
If you are organizer of everything that is messy, and love lists, then we want to talk to you. PaperStreet is looking to add a project coordinator to our team. We are looking for someone who is likes to talk to clients, fast in organizing, and fun to be around.
We need a project coordinator to liaison with our clients and our various teams. In short, you will meet daily with our design, development, content, SEO, and PPC teams (possibly a few other team acronyms too). You will learn a lot and work on multiple projects daily. At PaperStreet we have about 50 projects to manage at any one time. You will need to touch base with each one weekly. You will need to be aware of the status of each, gather assets, resolve issues, create budgets, produce timelines, and overall support the team to produce award winning projects. We won 16 awards just last year, so we want to continue that this year. Don’t worry; we have technology to help with a lot of this.
35-Hour Work Week
We offer a 35-hour work week for full-time employees. What? Yes. We value your free time, so use it to enjoy all of sunny South Florida. Sometimes we need to work 40 hours, but it is rarely more than that.
We also offer health care benefits, a relaxed work environment, two-weeks off a year, IRA plan with 2% contribution, and a cool team event each month. Check out some of our past events.
Education, Experience and Location
You need to have a 4-year degree. Recent or soon-to-be graduates, who are completely awesome, are definitely welcome to apply. If you have talent, this can be your first gig.
What you Will Do Daily
- Client Relations
- Follow-Ups with clients via email and phone
- Process Questions and Answers with clients
- Training on GC, Invision, and Bugherd with clients
- Project Quotes on Small Projects with Deliverables and Funds
- Data Management
- Status, Timeline & Schedule for the team
- Maintaining Google Docs, Dashboard and Local Files
- Liaison with the Team (Content, Internet Marketing, Design and Development)
- Collect Assets (logos, photos, PDFs, and Content)
- Bugherd Review
- Adhering Team and Client to Hours & Expectations
- Slack, Google Docs and more.
- Coordination of Special Projects that are with Multiple Teams
- Small Projects
- VIP Clients
- One Time Issues
We are a leading web design firm in Florida, passionate about both our work and our play. We have designed more than 1,000 custom sites in the past 15 years. We won 16 awards just last year, so we want to continue that this year. You can check us out at http://www.paperstreet.com/.
What We Need in a Project Coordinator:
- 4-Year Degree in a relevant degree (business management, web design or development, information technology, information sciences, or computer sciences – even an English or Journalism major who is very organized).
- Speed. Organization. Reliability. Technology. Seriously, you need to be able to type fast (at least 70wpm), go from one project to the next, keep everything organized and understand technology.
- Web Agency or Design Agency. Prior work at a web agency is a plus, but not a requirement.
- Technology. You need to be familiar with Google Docs, Slack, time tracking systems and project management. We are looking for some who just understands the internet. You should be able to easily install programs on your computers and devices without help, know how to “Google” for answers, and only escalate issues if you are really stuck. If you are the one who your family turns to you for tech advice, that is a plus.
- Writing & communication skills are a must, as you will be speaking with our team and clients daily.
How to Apply?
So, come on, if you fit the bill, make an impact on a growing firm. To apply please do the following only:
- Send an email to dev-careers [at] paperstreet.com.
- The Subject must be: Project Coordinator: Fill In Your Name
- Attach a PDF Resume
- Include a short paragraph about you in the email. Be witty, be professional, but be you.
- Include a link to your top three projects and explain what you did. We want to click on each to view.
- Include a link in the email to your full online portfolio or code samples.
Thanks for applying and sorry, no phone calls please.