Ecommerce Project Manager
Frugi is the UK’s bestselling organic childrenswear brand, proving that ethical and organic clothing can be bright, beautiful and successful! The company was born in 2004 and continues to grow at 25% every year, selling through a rapidly expanding network of over 500 stockists in more than 50 countries worldwide.
We strive to be ethical in everything we do, each year donating 1% of our turnover to our Little Clothes BIG Change charity project which includes a children’s charity, the Cornwall Wildlife Trust and an orphanage in India.
Over the last 12 months we have been earmarked by The Sunday Times Fast Track Ones to Watch list, received GOLD in the Healthy Workplace Awards, expanded to more than 80 permanent team members with even more joining us for our busy seasons, grown our turnover to £10m, donated over £100k to charity, and eaten a lot of pasties (and cake!).
We strive to be the most fun, desirable and trusted clothing brand on the planet, but this is only the start of it…
With a background in project management and ecommerce you’ll be highly experienced in delivering website projects by working closely with internal stakeholders and third party suppliers. You’ll be brimming with ideas to continue to improve the customer experience and usability of the website. You’ll be computer literate and super organised with excellent time management skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines.
Your Role in a Nutshell
To coordinate and deliver a range of ecommerce projects to achieve targets and provide a world class customer experience. Liaising with stakeholders across the business and external partners you will agree projects to be completed that have a positive impact on the business.
Your Key Responsibilities
- Agree objectives and time frames at the outset of each project with key stakeholders.
- Develop a detailed project plan to be followed to ensure timely delivery of projects to meet objectives.
- Ensure the website is working as it should on a daily basis, liaising with third parties to resolve issues as they arise.
- Manage day to day relationships with third parties ensuring that objectives are met.Organise and manage regular review meetings to maintain momentum around website changes and project delivery.
- Negotiate on the delivery costs to ensure a fair price for work and ensure all costs stay within budget.
- Assist in product / season / promotion launches where needed.
- Highly experience in managing website projects and third party suppliers.
- Creative and innovative thinker and ‘out of the box’ problem solver.
- Excellent communicator in the spoken and written word, with accuracy and great attention to detail.
- Super organised with excellent time management skills and the ability to work to tight deadlines.
- Computer literacy.
What’s in it for you?
- We’re offering a 12-month fixed term contract, to cover maternity leave, starting in October 2018.
- This position could be full time (37.5 hours) or part time (minimum 30 hours) and will be based at our HQ in Helston, Cornwall.
- We’ll invest in you with a competitive salary, circa £24,000 to £26,500, depending on your skills and experience. This will be pro rata for part time hours.
- To help save for your future you can join our company pension scheme.
- A share of the profits - if we have a good year we’ll share it.
- You’ll get a great discount across our fantastic range.
- We’ll invite you to take part in our healthy workplace activities such as lunchtime walks, yoga, etc.
- We hold regular company events organised by our very own Frugi Fun Committee.
- We offer fabulous career progression and development opportunities. As we grow, you’ll grow too!
- We provide a slightly bonkers but very fun and exciting environment to work in.
How to Apply
Send your CV and a covering letter stating why you are exactly the right person to join our team to email@example.com. Your covering letter is the perfect opportunity to showcase your personality and understanding of all things Frugi – so go for it!!
Closing date: 31 August 2018. We’ll be interviewing as we go along, so the role may close earlier than advertised. The early bird catches the worm!
Important: All applicants must have the right to live and work in the UK at the time of submitting your application; unfortunately, Frugi are not licensed to sponsor overseas workers.