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Digital Strategy Project Manager

Cornershop Creative


Are you a technically-inclined project manager? Do you explore the latest features in Asana, Smartsheet, and/or Jira for fun; or organize your personal life in spreadsheets? Do you critique every website you visit and think of ways they could have made the site better? Then have we got a job for you!

We’re seeking an awesome US-based person to join our distributed, 20+ person team as a Digital Strategy Project Manager.

The core responsibility for this position will be to work with our retainer clients to manage the ongoing relationship and ensure success of their web goals, determine priorities for the website and how the retainer hours will be used, and manage web design and development projects. This position will be responsible for managing multiple clients and projects at once, and leading day-to-day communications with clients. We’re looking for an organized, detail-oriented, self-starting, multitasking person.

Since we are a WordPress-focused web agency, our ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of technology and website development. Some knowledge of website usability, SEO, fundraising best practices, and WordPress management are essential, though actual developer skills are not expected.


  • Maintain amazing relationships with inspiring nonprofit clients, many of them nontechnical
  • Provide strategic guidance to clients on web improvements, SEO, or fundraising to help achieve client’s goals
  • Oversee multiple web projects to ensure they are completed to spec and delivered on time
  • Work with clients, designers, and developers to thoroughly document and communicate functional specs and ensure work is completed
  • Monitor retainer hours burndown rate and ensure projects are completed within budget
  • Schedule and lead meetings with clients and Cornershop team members
  • Test web functionality and ensure client’s requirements are met


  • Insanely detail oriented (enough that your friends may secretly hate you for it)
  • Incredibly organized (they might mock you for this too)
  • Willingness (and excited) to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Experienced and enthusiastic juggler (literally would be cool, but we’re speaking metaphorically here with your project work)
  • Ability to keep your cool when others are freaking out
  • Proven track record of successful project management
  • Passionate about progressive causes
  • Knowledge of best practices in web design and development
  • Familiarity with WordPress
  • Ability to remain cheerful, calm, and organized even though the *$%@ conference line isn’t working for everyone AGAIN

Awesome but Totally Not Required

  • Basic knowledge of WordPress administrator
  • SEO best practices knowledge and experience
  • Familiarity with common nonprofit solutions, such as Engaging Networks, EveryAction, Luminate Online, Salsa Labs, Salesforce, and/or other similar platforms
  • Some web design skills and Figma experience
  • Previous experience working successfully from home as part of a remote team
  • Previous experience working for a creative agency

Cornershop Creative is an award-winning online services agency committed to listening carefully to our non-profit and small business clients and helping them achieve their goals. Our designs are beautiful, and our websites are creative and innovative. Learn more about us at https://cornershopcreative.com/.

Competitive benefits include: 

  • 100% medical coverage on platinum level plan
  • Dental and vision insurance options
  • 401k with 2% employer match
  • Work from home
  • 100% monthly internet reimbursement
  • Workspace furnishing budget
  • Professional development budget
  • Generous and flexible PTO package

US Applicants only!

Cornershop is an equal opportunity employer.


- Virtual
Project Management
For-Profit Vendor
Posted on:
June 6, 2022

How to Apply

To apply, visit https://cornershopcreative.com/apply/ to submit:

  • Your résumé, which should include an indication of which US state you live and work in
  • A brief cover letter, explaining why you’re excited about this opportunity
  • If possible, links to work you’ve been involved with that we should see, such as recent websites or testimonials

Please be sure to include all of these items — to save everyone valuable time we’ll throw out incomplete applications. Thanks for understanding.