Remote Project Manager Jobs
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Senior Project Manager - Addison Research Team
2021-07-221 week ago
Liberty Mutual Insurance
Analyst, Project Management
Manages projects, or workstreams within a larger project, that are non-cyclical and varied, aligning with the project management life cycle (initiating/defining; planning; executing; close-out) and supporting business priorities. May also perform some project work, such as research and analysis. Works under limited direction from manager on more complex tasks.
Liberty Mutual is an equal opportunity employer. We will not tolerate discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, disability, veteran's status, pregnancy, genetic information or on any basis prohibited by federal, state or local law.
2021-07-152 weeks ago
Marketing Project Manager
Katon Direct is looking to fill an immediate need for a Project Manager to work on a range of projects. This position is remote, but the candidate MUST RESIDE in Connecticut, New York or New Jersey. The Project Manager will be responsible for the execution of projects within an allotted budget and schedule. They will manage multiple projects from the submittal stage to close out using internal and external resources in the most efficient manner possible. The ideal candidate will be someone who is driven, task-oriented, has excellent time management skills with high attention to detail, and is willing to help out where needed in all facets of our company.
2021-07-122 weeks ago
Creative Project Manager
Right now, we are looking to hire a Creative Project Manager. You will work with a team of creative, supportive, data-driven marketers. You'll work hard both as an individual contributor and as a team member, but at the end of the day, you and your work will matter. You also will have the opportunity to shape what project management and creative collaboration look like in our company.
You will work closely with the marketing team to manage various projects and productions and serve as a liaison to bridge the gap between internal departments and external partnership relationships.
Physical demands and work environment: The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
As a member of the Ragnar Team, you may be asked to work a Ragnar Event. When you are working onsite at a Ragnar Event, there will be physical demands that are outside your routine job functions. These include but are not limited to spending long hours at a large outdoor event, the safe operation of utility carts and box trucks, and the use of power/hand tools. Event roles may also require the ability to transport equipment up to 50lbs, communicate with event staff in environments with moderate to loud levels of volume, and require the use of vision (e.g., close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus). If you are unable to meet any of these physical demands, reasonable accommodations will be made to the best of Ragnar’s ability.
Follow established departmental policies, procedures, safety protocol, and Company COVID-19 guidelines and procedures.
2021-07-122 weeks ago
Frequently Asked Question
Can project managers work remotely?
It may seem like a daunting task, but project management can be done remotely nowadays. Some projects require managers to be physically present, such as health care, construction, and engineering, but outside of these industries, more and more companies are moving into remote work, especially under the “new normal.”
To succeed in remote project management, you would need to be well-versed in important and commonly used tools. These include communication platforms, such as Skype, Zoom, Slack, Google Hangouts, and more, and staff monitoring software, such as Hubstaff and ActivTrak. Moreover, having excellent communication skills will help bridge the communication gap commonly seen in remote work.
How do I become a virtual project manager?
Before you can become a virtual project manager, you must first start in entry-level positions, such as project coordinators, project assistants, and office administrators. These entry-level positions will help you hone your skills to help you become an effective virtual project manager in the future.
Taking entry-level positions is also a great way to make your CV and portfolio look good when you apply for virtual project management positions. You can also take online courses specific to your chosen niche to further expand your skills and get certified.
Are project managers in demand?
Yes. The PMI or Project Management Institute expects it to grow by 22 million new job openings until 2027. There is no indication of the demand going down in the near future.
They are highly in demand because their skills are applicable and needed in a lot of industries around the world, such as oil and gas, insurance, marketing, finance, construction, manufacturing, and utilities. They are, however, pretty common in the IT industry.
Additionally, companies have also seen the importance of having a professional whose work is dedicated to overseeing projects from start to end.
What is the highest paying project management job?
Like any other job, salaries of project managers vary with their skills, experience, and positions. However, some industries pay more than others. According to the PMI survey, the top-paying project management industries include engineering, aerospace, pharmaceuticals, consulting, and resources project management.
Additionally, working as a project manager in IT, construction, and marketing can be lucrative as well. To give you a better picture, remote project manager jobs currently have an average yearly salary of $91,899. If you want to have a higher salary, you may want to get certified as a project management professional (PMP), which can reportedly increase your annual salary by at least 20%.