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Project Manager

Job Title: Project Manager
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £35000 - £45000 per annum + Bens
Start Date: ASAP
REF: Soho1_1505916911
Contact Name: Heral Bharadia
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Location: West End

Salary: £35-45K + bens

Role: Project Manager

Exciting NEW role for a start up with 25 employees based in Soho within the retail space seeks a junior project manager with about 2 years expertise from a retail or ecommerce background. You MUST have:

  • lots of energy
  • be flexible
  • work to tight deadlines
  • work within a chaotic environment

The projects range from technology to retail as they are building an ecommerce platform, therefore it is essential you have worked within a retail or ecommerce company as a PM for 1-2 years. The environment is family orientated and there are some exceptionally talented people in the company that you can indeed learn from.

If you have the above and are really high energy focussed then apply NOW, oh and excellent communication skills both written and verbal are essential as you will be liaising with the CTO and report to the Programme lead who has a super background in retail having lived and worked in NY.

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