Mid-Senior Project Manager | PreviousNext

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Australia's premium Drupal website consulting, design and development firm, PreviousNext, is seeking another mid-senior Project Manager to join our Sydney studio.

We work with top-tier organisations, including the NSW Government, Australian Conservation Foundation, Taronga Zoo, University of Technology Sydney and many more, building content-rich websites with the leading open source content management system, Drupal.

The Project Manager will work as part of our Client Services team, handling client communications, project delivery, ongoing website management, quality assurance, documentation and training.

The right candidate will have worked in website development for a minimum of 3-5 years and ideally be familiar with content management systems such as Drupal or Wordpress. Exposure to working with established Project Management methodologies such as Agile or Prince 2 is a definite advantage, as is working with teams who are technically focused. We're looking for candidates who are are self-starters, great communicators and detail focused, and who can run projects with good humour and unflappable charm.

The studio is a New York-style loft in the heart of Ultimo's buzzing digital agency district near Central Station, and we have a very modern outlook on working life, including flexible hours, generous training and conference budgets and strong Drupal community involvement. We also have a beachside studio in Avalon for the more aquatically-minded members of the team.

The role is full time, and pay will be commensurate with market standards. Overseas applicants without valid working visas and recruitment agencies won't be considered.

Apply online at http://www.previousnext.com.au/about/careers/job-application

We're also on the lookout for Devs and Themers! http://www.previousnext.com.au/about/careers


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