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Storyvine is a Colorado-based start-up that has created an innovative way to create mass quantities of professionally produced video at a price that will blow your mind. Right now, we’re looking for a Project Manager to shepherd our technical and creative teams and get our mobile, video production platform (and associated deliverables) to our Fortune 500 clients on time and on budget.
This is a part-time, contract position, which ideally, will lead to a full time permanent position.
Our ideal person needs to have a certain neuroticism about getting stuff done. If we’re about to go into a big client or investor pitch and the app broke the night before, it needs to work before we walk in that door, no exceptions. If you’re the type of person who gets excited about that (rather than stressed), please apply to Monique@Storyvine.com. In the subject of the email, please put “Project Manager.”
• Work with small team of developers, managers and stakeholders to successfully coordinate the development of the Storyvine mobile platform both the technical and creative output.
• Understand the various creative formats, outputs for video production (Creative skills aren’t necessary. In other words, you don’t need to know how to use the crayons, just know what colors they are and what end is up.)
• Comfortable working with standard XML schema
• Comfortable working with the Apple mobile iOS platform and app store
• Comfortable working with Fortune 500 clients.
• Ability to set up third party services to support development such as Amazon Web Services, Heroku and Github
• Experience with ruby on rails and iOS development is a plus but not a requirement
• Will need to find and evaluate technical talent
• Ability to manage budgets and prioritize features against budget.
• Be able to work from home, a co-working space, or your favorite coffee shop, but move about the Front Range for meetings and occasionally get on a plane.
• When taking Mr. Very Important Client’s call, have an unparalleled level of professionalism. In other words, that coffee shop you’re working out of better be dead quiet.
• If you say you’re going to do something, you do it when you said you would deliver it.
We’re a very small team, and while we pack a lot of punch, we don’t think we know it all. We pull in six-digit deals, but also don’t balk at taking out the trash. Did I mention we’re a start-up?