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Company Overview

Marketing Evolution has been recognized by Forrester as the industry leader in marketing optimization due to our big-data, person-centric, decision-making SaaS platform. This platform enables our customers to analyze the impact of their media, message and marketing mix while in-flight, and to optimize while in-flight, thereby driving demonstrably improved campaign performance. Our customers – including many Fortune 500 brands – choose Marketing Evolution because they recognize the value of moving beyond the aggregated and backward-looking limitations of marketing mix and attribution models. Due to very fast growth, we are hiring at all levels; but know that our preference is always to promote from within. 

Position Overview

Project Managers work with the Account Managers and Customer Success team to create a project plan and outline the resources needed to complete each phase of the project. Project Managers must understand how each component contributes to the project to best supervise it to completion.


  • Schedule and plan meetings/scrums to allow for planning and updates throughout the course of a project. Project Managers also help with devising meeting content and presentations.
  • Organize project logistics by setting a schedule as well as tracking dates, budgets and other information via Jira. This entails strong familiarity with the project’s particulars, which range from daily minutiae to long-term goals.
  • Maintain detailed records of all aspects of the project's development.
  • Interface with internal clients, specifically responding to their requests and relaying the status of the project.  
  • Ensure the timely completion of tasks all the tasks so that the project progresses to its deadline.  This involves keeping track of Jira tickets, cycle times, current status of tasks, as well as constant communication with account management & customer success.



We're seeking  self-motivated, conscientious and adaptable Project Managers who have excellent organizational and communication skills. The ideal candidates enjoy working on a variety of projects, and can solve complex problems and meet deadlines. In addition to these general skills and personality traits, we are seeking the following:

  • Prior project management experience.
  • Advanced analytical, problem solving and decision-making skills.
  • Knowledge and understanding of project coordination and scheduling using Jira and Confluence.
  • Proficient in ability to use Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint).
  • Ability to coordinate completion of multiple tasks and deadlines.
  • Ability to plan projects and outline needed resources.
  • Facilitating communication and resolving conflicts between lower-level employees and senior management.
  • Assigning internal team members to projects and tasks as needed.
  • Evaluating the performance of project team members to maximize productivity.
  • Using time tracking analysis to make sure projects are completed within preferred cycle times.

Preferred skills

  • Microsoft Visio experience.
  • Ability to work flexible hours.
  • Marketing Attribution experience.
  • Project Management Certification.


Metrics for Success

All employees have annual career growth goals based on their position and core skills/development areas;  team members receive performance reviews bi-annually. 
Customer satisfaction and the ability to drive large efficiency gains are the most important measures of success.

Marketing Evolution Cultural Values

We seek candidates who are excited to work at a company with the following cultural values:

Disrupt the norm: Cherish the opportunity to find better ways to do things, regardless of how disruptive or initially painful it might be.
Dissent then execute: Raise issues and fixes in the planning stage, but when it’s time to execute, execute diligently and without reservation.
Test and learn: When developing new processes or features, link it to a hypothesis, and evaluate that hypothesis without bias.
Nothing is impossible: Imagine what’s possible and then have the discipline to execute it. One without the other is not valuable.
Defect is treasure: Every mistake is an opportunity for the organization to learn and make improvements.
Share success: Given how hard it is to promote change in our industry, celebrate each success along the way.

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