eCommerce Project Manager

We’re on the look-out for a Project Manager to join the Blueleaf team. We need someone with solid project management experience within a digital agency and knowledge of cloud-based eCommerce platforms. The role will be pretty varied, dealing with the ongoing continuous improvement retainers for some of our eCommerce clients - these retainers range from 20 - 200 hours and are burned down on a monthly basis.

The ideal candidate is capable of managing multiple teams and sprints / work packages in parallel, for multiple clients, keeping everything to schedule and to budget whilst making sure the client is kept up-to-date at all times.

This is a full-time, permanent role - we are flexible in terms of working hours and location, with many of our team working from home for some of the week. The role can be based at our Cheshire office or you could work remotely in the UK.

What will you be expected to do? 

We have lots of clients who work with us on an ongoing basis, making continuous improvements to their eCinc explaining technical elements where requiredommerce websites. We’re looking for a dynamic addition to our Client Services Team to drive this work, covering the following:

  • Understanding the client requirements and backlog priorities

  • Sprint planning and sizing

  • Briefing the client requirements to the internal team

  • Managing the work through to completion in an Agile environment, on time and to the budget agreed (in terms of hours used)

  • Reviewing work against requirements

  • Updating JIRA, our issue management system

  • Speaking to clients on a daily basis, including explaining technical elements where required

  • Confidently dealing with any queries from clients, although not necessarily to always have all the answers (but you’ll be able to find out where to go to find them!)

  • Providing regular status reports to make sure clients are kept up-to-date

  • Reporting on hours used from agreed monthly allowance

  • Ensuring sufficient time has been scheduled from a shared resource pool

What experience will you have?  

We’re looking for someone with an excellent all-round knowledge of digital design and development, strong experience of project management for support contracts and knowledge of eCommerce platforms, preferably cloud-based. You’ll have experience of working in a fast-paced environment, and be used to working with anything that can be thrown at you during the day. You’ll be passionate about delivering an outstanding service at all times. Experience of working in an Agile environment is advantageous but not essential.

What skills will you have?

  • Fantastic organisational skills

  • Flexible approach to ways of working

  • Personable

  • Problem solver

  • Pro-active approach

  • Deadline hitter

  • Team player

  • Logical and thorough work process

  • High commercial awareness

  • Bags of confidence and initiative

What goodies will you get?

  • Unlimited opportunity, with the chance to really excel at your role

  • Vibrant team who will help and support you

  • Inspirational working environment

  • Flexible working arrangements - flexi time to work hours to suit you and the opportunity to work from home

  • Sh*t Happens Days’ – to cover those days when things happen that mean you can’t come to work

  • Free parking

  • Childcare vouchers

  • Team building activities

  • Getting out as a team, whether it’s for a Christmas party or out for a curry

Our countryside location is fab but as there is no public transport locally, if based out of our Cheshire office, you will need to have your own car and be willing to travel to clients where required.

Salary is dependent on skills and experience.

Does this sound like you?

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Know someone who could be suitable?

If this isn't your skill set but you know someone who would be great then please let us know and you could be in for a £1,000 finder's fee (terms and conditions apply, you can view them here).