E-Commerce Project Manager Intern

Finding the right people to work with is a challenge in life that must be mutually beneficial for employer and employee. E-Commerce Project Manager Interns learn the skills that will one day make them proficient in managing and delivering mid-to-large-scale interactive web design and development projects. As an E-Commerce Project Manager Intern at Hara Partners, you will be exposed to an amazing growth opportunity that will enhance your current skillset and also place you in a creatively fulfilling work environment where all of your ideas will be valued even as an E-Commerce Project Manager Intern.

If the E-Commerce Project Manager Intern graduates to an E-Commerce Project Manager, his or her position will entail resourcefulness when it comes to logistics and workflow. You'll provide accurate information when and where the team requires it, acting as the cross-functional leader and driving the project to successful completion against tight teadlines. E-Commerce Project Managers plan and prioritize goals/resources across multiple, simultaneous projects.

E-Commerce Project Manager Interns apprentice with one of our experienced project managers to learn planning and prioriting resources across multiple projects. You will gain a sneak peek of what it's like to ensure that all projects are delivered on time, stay within budget, and meet quality expectations.

At Hara Partners, we believe your life goals are clear indicators of how to integrate your skill sets into our company. Only then can we truly channel our collective energy to produce outstanding work for our clients.

E-Commerce Project Manager Interns apprentice with one of our experienced project managers to learn planning and prioriting resources across multiple projects. You will gain a sneak peek of what it's like to ensure that all projects are delivered on time, stay within budget, and meet quality expectations

Going in, you should possess a solid understanding of project budgeting and maintaining production schedules, Ideally, you’ll have already been involved in E-Commerce Project Manager Interning at the basic level for an organization or a college-level class.

Internships are offered year-round in part-time or full-time capacities. Start and end dates are flexible; a minimum three-month commitment is required.

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