Junior Project Manager
What Do We Do?
All Roads is looking for ambitious university students who are interested in exploring careers in eLearning, digital marketing, content production and/or gamification.
The Junior Project Manager role is a training program akin to an internship. It offers flexible work experience and mentorship for fourth year students who are looking to earn income and gain invaluable experience and exposure with a leading digital firm.
This paid part-time opportunity will lead to full-time career opportunities for graduates in Spring 2017.
"From Day One I felt like a valued, contributing team member. I have learned so much in the short time that I have been here — I love working on social media and assisting with the launch of new websites." -Krystal
What Will You Work On?
Get a taste of a fast-paced tech startup — without moving to Silicon Valley. Paired with a mentor to help ignite your career, you’ll have the opportunity to work on real client projects and gain valuable agency experience. With our unique approach, you can grow into bigger responsibilities and more learning opportunities at your own pace.
You will spend time rotating between our project management speciality areas assisting with the following tasks:
- Planning Process Management, Coordination with Teammates, Client Communication, Ideation, Knowledge Mapping, Stakeholder Persona Development, Source Secondary Research, Content Planning, Website Planning, Presentation Preparation, etc.
Digital Marketing Projects
- Search Engine Optimization and Search Engine Marketing Programs, Email Marketing Programs and Campaigns, Social Media campaigns, Managing Webinars with Clients, Google Analytics and Website Optimization, etc.
Content Development Projects
- Knowledge Mapping and Content Planning, Content Interviews, Content Orders and Production Management, Coordination with Design, Editing, Proofing and Wordsmithing, Content Uploading, etc.
Coordinating Website Development Projects
- Project Planning and Ideation, Website Development Process Management, Coordination with Teammates, Client Management, Content Upload, Integration Management, Website Quality Assurance
"There can be a big difference between the theories taught in a classroom and the development of real client deliverables. My time at All Roads taught me a lot about bridging that gap." -Kara
FAQs About the Junior Project Manager Role
Who is this program for?
Fourth year university students of Business Administration or related programs.
Who will your work with?
When you begin with us as Junior Project Manager, you will be assigned a mentor who will manage your experience and growth with All Roads. This mentor will be tasked to guide you through your training, ensuring that you learn the necessary hard and soft skills.
What will you learn?
You’ll learn A LOT in this job. You’ll be exposed to the many facets of our work, including strategic planning, account management, content creation, design, and website development. You will also develop key workplace skills, including: time management, client/account management, Google Analytics training, SEO, SEM, PPC, social media community management, and so much more.
What’s the experience like?
Interning at All Roads is a fast-moving, fun, dive-in-and-learn kind of experience. There’s a lot to do and we’re an all-hands-on-deck kind of team who works together to get it done. You’ve got to be flexible and collaborative (among other things) to succeed here. Check out our company values to see if we’re a match.
Will you get to interact with clients?
Yes! You will learn best practices for interacting with clients including hosting calls, sending recap emails and educating clients on key attributes of the projects you are executing.
What personal attributes does a Junior Project Manager need?
We’re looking for business students in their graduating year who are passionate and motivated self-starters. If you’re a confident, organized, detail-oriented team player who doesn’t back down from a challenge and loves to learn on the fly, then you’ll fit right in.
What kind of previous experience is an asset?
Optimal candidates will be close to completing a BA in Business Administration or similar degrees. If you have previous experience in marketing, writing, design, or development, that’s an asset. No past experience? If you’re ready to roll up your sleeves and learn, then we want to hear from you.