October 18, 2021

Digital Project Manager

Design team meeting at Push10

Push10 is currently looking for a tech-savvy Digital Project Manager who’s comfortable wearing many hats, juggling multiple projects and who thrives working in a fast-paced environment.

The Digital Project Manager will have 2-3 years of relevant agency experience and be primarily responsible for managing website design & development projects from inception through completion. We are looking for a self-starter who is highly motivated, passionate, and ready to hit the ground running. Think you have what it takes? Read on…

The Ideal Digital Project Manager will:

  • Have an expert understanding of the overall web design process
  • Guide clients (and our team) through all project phases including planning, strategy, scoping, content, design, development, testing, launch, and maintenance.
  • Interface directly with clients on a regular basis
  • Create and adhere to detailed project schedules, as well as meet tight deadlines
  • Provide regular updates and reports for clients and internal executive team to ensure projects remain on-schedule and within budget
  • Work closely with our strategists to proactively spot areas for improvement, resulting in new business opportunities
  • Strive to continually improve project processes
  • Be familiar with the backend of WordPress and able to assist with content population if needed
  • Have an eye for good design and be able to work with designers to guide clients towards ideal creative solutions
  • Perform testing & QA to ensure all deliverables meet the project requirements and are free of errors
  • Participate in revenue and resource forecasting

The Ideal Candidate Will Also:

  • Manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Have a good knowledge of the latest trends in the tech industry
  • Work well within a team environment
  • Demonstrate an understanding of basic SEO principles
  • Be familiar with content categorization and structure, content development, distribution and measurement
  • Be able to multi-task, prioritize activities, and do great work on tight deadlines
  • Be considerate of budgets, timelines, and deadlines
  • Keep an open mind when listening to feedback
  • Thrive under pressure
  • Love learning new things
  • Laugh often

Basic Job Requirements:

  • 2-3 years of digital project management, preferably at a Digital Agency
  • Be completely at home on a Mac and proficient with MS Office, as well as a variety of tools and apps (Slack, Asana, Team Gantt, Dropbox, etc.)
  • Excellent communication, presentation, and creative skills
  • Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, communications, or public relations

Important Application Details:
Push10 is based in Philadelphia but as a remote company, we are accepting applicants nationwide. As our team works from home offices, relocation is not necessary. Must be a US Citizen based in the United States. This is a full-time position but we will accept applications from contractors seeking a temp-to-perm arrangement. Lastly, the chosen candidate will need to pass a basic skills test to prove competency.

This position does not have any supervisory responsibilities.

Compensation to be discussed and determined based on relevant experience.


  • Paid Time Off (Vacation, Holidays, Personal Days)
  • Holiday Bonuses
  • 401k Plan with 3% Company Match (must complete a full year of employment to be eligible)
  • Group Health Insurance Plan
  • Dental & Vision Insurance Plans
  • Paid Professional Development
  • Paid Maternity & Paternity Leave

About Us:
Push10 is an innovative branding agency focused on mission-driven organizations. We provide creative services including brand strategy, web design, and custom website development for clients who demand fresh ideas and unique marketing solutions.

Next Steps:
Fill out the application form below or email us and introduce yourself: jobs@push10.com. Be sure to include your resume, rate requirements, a link to your online portfolio (if available), as well as links to any applicable projects that you’ve worked on.