Project Manager - Web & DigitalTaotiWashington, DCEstablished in 1996, Taoti Creative is a boutique, full-service creative agency located on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. We are privately owned and have no corporate overloads (nothing personal, WPP.) We do stuff like web development, social media management, branding, experiential marketing, video, AR/VR, etc.Project Manager (for Web Development Projects)TaotiWashington, DCSo we need to be lean, efficient, and leverage our inner scrappiness to get the job done with fewer resources than what some of the big boys would throw at a project. Your job, fundamentally, is to be the project leader and use your wits, brains, creativity, innovation, and any resources available to you to produce great projects and happy clients. $250,000 a year
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Project Manager - Web & DigitalTaotiWashington, DCTaoti Creative is looking for a mid- to senior level, PROJECTMANAGER to manage web & digital projects. In a larger shop, the project management hierarchy is usually large, layered, and not-so-flexible. $125 - $150Project Manager (Web / Digital And Marcom Projects)TaotiWashington, OHJob Description Salary: Taoti Creative is looking for a mid- to senior level, PROJECTMANAGER to manage web, digital, and marketing/communication projects. We’d love your own perspective to add to our mix We're eager for new, diverse voices to join the team and sincerely hope people from every walk of life will apply A bit more about Taoti.Project Manager (Digital / Marcom Projects)Taoti CreativeWashington, DCFun but focused,” as one Taoti put it, is a great way to sum up our culture. But the PM role at Taoti is far more strategic than at most agencies. Our PMs are the project heroes—the people who dig in, call the plays, and then oversee execution. Full-time
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