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New York Times Senior Project Manager - TEMP in New York, New York

Job Description

Key Responsibilities include:

  • Collaborate and partner with teams across the department (Operations, B2B Marketing, Creative, program management, strategy and others) to plan and execute priority industry and internal initiatives

  • Develop project plans, timelines and deliverable schedules

  • Strategically approach and execute work and initiatives

  • Ability to quickly respond to shifting project needs or issues with a solution oriented mindset

  • Proven project management skills with ability to prioritize and make timely decisions

  • Partner with resource management to ensure the right casting and time allocation for projects and initiatives

  • Work with Business Affairs Manager, responsible for ensuring rights clearances for any external facing materials

The successful candidate will:

  • Have incredible multitasking skills being able to juggle multiple competing priorities

  • Be proactive and incredibly organized

  • A team player and lead in shared vision of the team

  • Independent thinker who is solution obsessed with a can-do mentality

  • Insatiable desire to learn

  • Orchestrator of project teams against deliverables

  • A skilled negotiator

Required Skills:

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Strong communication skills

  • Outstanding interpersonal abilities

  • The ability to manage and create budgets, deadlines and project plans

  • Energy, enthusiasm, and a comfort with entrepreneurial, fast-changing environment

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