Wanted: Web Project Manager with Putt-Putt Skills

Help WantedPICnet is looking for an entry level Project Manager to help lead the development of Web projects for its non-profit, association, and congressional clients.

We’re looking for individuals with experience in the Web development process and the non-profit community, who are eager to provide high-quality service to our proud client base.

At PICnet, we provide a unique environment for non-profits to build their online presence. Our high-touch, high-quality service is what separates us from the crowd, and keeps our client list expanding.

The individual who takes this position will have strong knowledge of the Web development process and crystal clear communication skills. Juggling multiple projects at the same time is the name of the game, and working with developers located in various locations is the challenge.

Although the position does not require a Web programming background, basic understanding of the Joomla CMS, PHP or MySQL is definitely helpful.

Good mini-putt golf skills are also a plus.

And now, a few important points:

  • If you’re in DC, you’ll be working from our Washington HQ fulltime. If you’re in SF, you’ll be virtual for the short-term, as we’re still growing our SF presence.
  • Salary commensurate with experience
  • To apply, please send cover letter and resume to jobs{the-at-sign}picnet.net. Include your salary history/requirements.
  • In resume or cover letter, explain your past work experience in either the non-profit or public service sectors. Also, please list any content management experience you’ve had, particularly any you’ve had with Joomla.

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