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Digital Project Manager - SaaS Company

YouVisit is an immersive technology company powered by Aria, the leading enterprise platform that enables brands and organizations to engage and convert audiences through interactive 360° experiences.

YouVisit combines the power of Aria with an award-winning production studio to drive measurable results for over 800 clients across mobile, desktop, Virtual and Augmented Reality. 

We are currently looking for a talented digital project manager to join our Client Success Team and work closely with our internal studio to deliver award winning interactive 360 experiences for our clients in various markets. 

Here are a few examples of the work you’ll perform: 

  • Lead the creation of award-winning interactive 360 experiences for corporate, education and hotel clients that drive measurable business results
  • Establish great relationships with clients and ensure that the on-boarding is done on time and on budget 
  • Collaborate closely with our Studio team to deliver the best immersive content that match the client’s goals and brand image 
  • Become an expert on groundbreaking technologies such as Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality and be able to articulate clearly how these technologies will impact our clients’ business 
  • Influence the product roadmap and features by participating in product office hours and bringing fresh ideas that solve various clients’ challenges 
  • Collaborate with Client Success Managers on updating the client’s experience and upgrading clients to the latest version of the platform 
  • Embrace established processes, yet challenge those processes if you find a better way to serve our clients   

To be successful in this role you:  

Have A Growth-Mindset: 

At YouVisit we're always pushing the boundaries of what's possible through new technologies and new storytelling methods. As a digital project manager on our team you must have a passion for constantly learning about storytelling, video and photo creation and all things technology  

Are Inventive: 

Working with VR and AR requires us to constantly evolve our processes, become infinite learners  and always suggest recommendations to the way we do things. As a result, we are looking for teammates that will challenge the norm and collaborate with various teams in order to persevere when faced with difficult problems 

Communicate Persuasively:

Our clients operate in various markets, so the digital project manager must consistently listen to the client’s challenges,  internalize the information and suggest recommendations for solving those challenges. Further you must articulate difficult concepts succinctly and communicate diplomatically if problems arise during a particular project  

Have great organizational skills: 

You are able to manage at least 30 concurrent projects at a time while meeting deadlines and influencing clients and internal teams to meet their own milestones

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