Campus Suite seeks project manager to help launch school websites

In response to rapid growth and expansion, Campus Suite is seeking project managers to work with our customers to help launch new school websites. If you have an appreciation for website technology and design, and would like to help schools and school districts create accessible and ADA-compliant websites, we’d like to hear from you.


Launch your future helping schools launch their Campus Suite websites.


In this position, you would work closely with school administrators and the Campus Suite production and design team member to assure a quality experience for our customers.

Those hired can work from anywhere right from their home. Using online collaboration tools, phone and teleconferencing, you’ll train users on how to make the most of their Campus Suite CMS platform, voice and text notification systems, mobile apps and other software.

If you have a basic knowledge of website design and development, are well organized and a good communicator, let us hear from you. For a more detailed look at this project manager position, and to apply directly for the job, go to the Career page on the Campus Suite website.


  • We’ll train you thoroughly on the suite of Campus Suite tools for schools, so you can be a valuable resource to our K-12 customers.

  • You can take pride in showing school administrators and teachers on how to use new web technologies to improve communication and engagement.

  • You’ll play a big part in your own and Campus Suite’s future while taking advantage of work-from-home convenience.


Campus Suite is an equal opportunity employer offering competitive compensation and benefits.

 

 

As co-founder of Campus Suite, Steve believes behind every great school is great communication. His tech savvy and passion for design fuel his desire to help administrators understand, embrace and seize the power of web communications.

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