Implementation Coordinator

We are a small, dynamic new media company that does things a little differently. We look for team members who thrive on new challenges and who want to be part of a cutting-edge company experiencing exponential growth.


Join our team as an Implementation Coordinator, where you'll play a crucial role in orchestrating projects that create lasting memories and bring joy to people's lives. Your expertise in managing complex, time-sensitive projects, especially in a remote environment, will be pivotal in our mission.

Primary Tasks:

  • Manage and coordinate diverse projects with a focus on media asset creation, social media promotion, and email marketing, ensuring alignment with key dates and traffic peaks.
  • Utilize advanced project management software (e.g., Asana, Wrike, Slack) for effective planning, tracking, and execution.
  • Adapt swiftly in a dynamic, high-paced environment, handling projects that require immediate attention and action.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in handling extremely tight deadlines, including coordinating teams for one-hour turnarounds.
  • Maintain and organize a wide range of media files, ensuring systematic storage and easy retrieval.
  • Foster improved communication among team members, especially where tasks are interdependent, to ensure smooth project execution.
  • Employ problem-solving process flows to identify repeating patterns in projects, aiming to increase efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Embrace and contribute to our culture of excitement, fun, and professional dedication.


Please submit your resume and a cover letter, to [email protected]. In your cover letter, kindly address the following:

  • Describe a time when you managed a project with an extremely tight deadline (e.g., one-hour turnaround) that included other team members. How did you prioritize tasks and ensure the project's success?
  • Provide an example of a complex project you managed remotely. What strategies did you use to coordinate with your team and navigate unexpected challenges? How did you handle communication between task assignees?