By Alex Walker

London Calling: Attention Project Managers!

By Alex Walker

Reactive MediaQ: Are you in London?
Q: Are you a gun project manager/web producer?

If you answered ‘Why, yes I am!‘ to both of those questions, speak to Reactive Media promptly about what should be a pretty cool job op.

Reactive’s founders, affectionately referred to as ‘the Tim’s’ (O’Neill & Fouhy) go waaaay back with the SitePoint crew (circa Netscape 3.0!) and it’s a little known fact that Reactive actually built V1.0 of back in 2000. Since then they’ve grown to become one of Australia’s blue chip webdev houses, with Tim O relocating to the UK last year to open their London office.

A quick summary of the position is as follows:

Web Project Manager/Producer

We want a person with a combination of raw talent (inbuilt organisational tendencies and full of ideas), enthusiasm, responsibility and a great can-do attitude. We provide a friendly, fun and creative working environment as well as the confidence of working with a well established business.

Demonstrated experience as a Web Producer or Project Manager would be ideal (although other Production / PM experience will be considered).

The position will include:

  • A job that will be shaped to fit your goals
  • A fun, creative and team-focused environment
  • The opportunity to work in Melbourne or Sydney offices in the future

Read the job description here for the full details.

These guys always do great stuff and are a ball to work with, so if you fit the criteria, definitely have a chat to the guys. Mention you saw the job here to push things along a bit ;).

P.S. They’re not looking to relocate anybody, so valid UK work permit essential.

  • wildscribe

    Wouldn’t it be better to put this type of announcement in the Marketplace section?

    If it was in Marketplace, SitePoint could also make some money as opposed to providing this company with what amounts to a free help wanted ad.

    – – – WiLd

  • Anonymous

    What makes you think it was free ;)

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