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Project Manager - Ads Design

The World's Largest Social Network

Menlo Park, CA

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Expected Salary
$51 - $54 per hour
Job Description

HireArt is looking to hire a Project Manager to work on-site at Facebook’s Menlo Park campus on a contract basis. In this role, you’ll build and execute project plans for a variety of collaborative initiatives, and ensure the team has the information and connections they need to succeed. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Partner with the Design Manager for effective team communication, proactive problem solving, information gathering and distribution, and cross-team collaboration. 
  • Work with Engineers, Product Managers and Design to establish deadlines that impact design work and ensure team is aware of key milestone dates.
  • Establish predictable workflow. 
  • Facilitate meetings and preparing agendas, keeping conversation on-track and establishing action items and owners. 
  • Provide flexible processes that meet team needs and help keep work on track. 
  • Communicate issues related to staying on schedule and propose solutions to remedy the issue.
  • Proactively raise issues before they are a problem for the design team or product output. 
  • Support and execute special team activities that build culture and drive clarity of purpose including team on-sites and off-sites. 
  • Partner with senior level executives on delivering key meetings, summits and presentations.
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree 
  • 4+ years of experience as project manager or program manager 
  • Experience working with product designers/UX as well as cross-functional teams
  • Experience building subject matter knowledge of FB Ad Tech, FB Ads, and the Ad Tech Industry
  • Track record of operating independently, being detail-oriented, and delivering results in a highly organized manner
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment with independent time management and task prioritization
  • Ability to identify problems and work towards solutions

Commitment: This is a 12 mo. contract.