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Publication or Company The Partnership at Drugfree.org
Job Title Web Project Manager
Industry Internet/Online/New Media, Mobile, Non-profit, Web Development
Salary Competitive
Benefits 401K/403B, Bonuses, Dental, Flexible Hours, Health
Job Duration Full Time
Job Location New York, NY
Job Requirements The Partnership at Drugfree.org is an established national not for profit organization dedicated to developing & enhancing their innovative website and creating online solutions that meet the needs of parents and other influencers of youth.

We are conducting a search for an experienced professional Web Project Manager to join our growing Digital team - someone who has been managing web projects for 3 - 5 years. The Web Project Manager must have a solid grasp of interactive project management and the digital product development process and will be responsible for leading, organizing and coordinating resources to support the delivery of information, tools and services via the web.

Major Responsibilities
- Manage web projects that vary in scope and complexity including web sites, online communities, online marketing campaigns, blogs, e-mail communications, social media and many others
- Lead web project implementation from inception to delivery; and facilitate communication between digital staff, all internal groups and outside vendors
- Together with the director of digital services, manage multiple projects simultaneously and investigate and understand project priorities internally as well as funder/partner expectations
- Utilize basecamp and other project management tools to manage all digital projects
- Manage the Partnership help desk ticketing system
- Format and manage the digital content of websites
- Coordinate the delivery of technical requirements into functional specifications and actionable work plans. Ensure that all related projects are integrated, come together on time and meet stakeholder expectations for content integrity and product quality
- Collaborate with designers, web developers, copywriters, systems engineers and other creative service teams to define integration points and develop a release plan
- Lead web projects through all phases: assessment and definition, creative and technical design, development, testing, quality assurance, production and launch
- Create and oversee the project schedule and report progress to program team lead, digital team members, funders or other external partners.

- Bachelor's degree in a relevant field is required. 3-5 years of experience in web project management. Work experience in a nonprofit setting an added plus.
- Word Press, Expression Engine, HTML/CSS, Google Analytics & Zen Desk
- Knowledge of digital media formats used for text, images, video, audio and interactive media are also typically required.
- Must be web and tech savvy with a passion for developing first-class web and mobile experiences
- Strong project management and documentation skills.
- Deadline-conscious, results-driven and high performing in a fast paced environment.
- Proven success at collaborating across cross-functional teams.
- Self-starter with excellent communication and listening skills.
- Knowledge of search engine optimization including basic keyword research.
About Our Company By bringing together renowned scientists, parent experts and communications professionals, The Partnership at Drugfree.org translates the science of teen drug use and addiction for families. At drugfree.org, you can find a wealth of information, tools and opportunities to help prevent and get help for drug and alcohol abuse by teens and young adults.

When parents and families are facing a child's addiction, it often seems there's nowhere to turn. The Hope Share is dedicated to supporting the families of the 11 million teens and young adults who need addiction treatment. The campaign, which comes to life in a collection of stories, brings together the millions who have been directly impacted by addiction with those families who currently have a teen who needs help.

Prescription medicines are now the most commonly abused drugs among 12-13 year olds. Our expansive national action campaign, The Medicine Abuse Project, rallies parents, grandparents, educators, health care providers, communities and law enforcement to collectively help end teen medicine abuse, and ultimately save lives.

Across the nation via our community education programs, The Partnership at Drugfree.org has trained more than 2,500 professionals who are working daily in neighborhoods, schools, civic organizations and churches to deliver programs that can help them prevent teen drug and alcohol abuse in their own communities.

Together with parents, we advocate for better and more effective treatment for teens in trouble, and with the help of volunteers, scientists, donors and sponsors, we are working to solve the problem of teen substance abuse.
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