Creative Project Manager
Wheelie Creative is looking for a Project Manager to be the primary point of contact with our clients on managing the strategy, relationship, details, and extreme creativity that go into all of of our projects.
We love our clients. And we love our crew. That’s why the Project Manager position is very important to us. This position requires management of projects and attention to detail while maintaining the culture of Wheelie and the high-level creativity it produces. This position manages our creative team and is the point of contact for our clients. This position is best suited for the rare “creative Type A” personality because it balances business with creativity. To be blunt, this job is not an easy one, but it is rewarding, dynamic, and there is never a dull moment at the Wheelie HQ.
How to Apply:
Send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Application closes: October 28, 2016
Start Date: Preferably ASAP, but we are seeking the right fit over the right timeframe.
Salary: DOE, either 32 hours per week or 40 hours per week. (Flexible)
We are closed on Fridays.
Benefits: Employee IRA beginning 2017, ski pass to WFMR.
By: Stephanie Shomperlen, our kickass intern
Exactly 1 year ago, I decided to go back to school. I traded in my cowboy boots, leather chaps and callused hands for a MacbookPro, an external hard drive, and a heavy, oversized, book-filled backpack.
Hi, my name is Stephanie Shomperlen. I am a 32-year-old Arizona girl that picked up her life 6 years ago and moved to Montana to pursue a romantic fantasy of being a cowgirl in the Big Sky country. Horses, cows, and leather are what made my heart sing. Waking up early just to saddle up and ride out as the sun was cresting the ridge brought me inspiration and a deep connection to my soul. I was living the dream. My dream.
A few years ago, I was riding a young horse and got in a wreck. I got bucked off and launched like an eggo waffle flying out of a hot toaster. My head made contact with the corral fence as did my spine. After experiencing yet another horse-related head injury and pinching a few nerves in my back, I began to fear what I loved. I began to withdraw from my own horses and had a deep knowing that I needed a change in my lifestyle. If I wanted to take care of my head and love my brain, something need to shift. It took me two years, a lot of digging deep within, forgiving, and letting go, but I finally took the leap, and the net appeared.
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