Ecommerce Project Manager

Plug Digital Inc
Job LocationDenver, CO
Job TagDigital Marketing


Plug Digital is a rapidly growing e-commerce web design and development agency dedicated to driving meaningful growth for our clients. Our clients are small, mid-size businesses across many industries.

We are looking for an E-commerce Project Manager & strategist at our downtown Denver location who is customer-focused, creative, and technically-minded, has excellent communication and organizational skills, and can thrive in a fast-growing environment. This role will suit someone who is passionate about the e-commerce industry, flexible, dynamic, and experienced in stakeholder management, as the role will require working with several clients on a variety of different web design, development, and digital service projects.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Act as a strategic e-commerce advisor for our clients. Know how to lead and consult clients on growing and optimizing site.
  • Attend client & prospect meetings and phone calls to completely understand their business goals, audience needs, and project requests.
  • Research, problem-solve, and determine creative & technical solutions for client needs. Provide technical direction to project teams.
  • Translate business needs into creative & technical requirements and estimate project scope, costs, and resources needed.
  • Assist in the sales process with proposal writing and communication for prospective clients.
  • Ensure that e-commerce projects are delivered on-time, within budget, and exceed our client’s expectations.
  • Identify when client feedback is out-of-scope and how to proceed.
  • Collaborate and coordinate with in-house designers, developers, everyone involved until final delivery.
  • Ongoing learning of the Shopify platform and new digital services we offer.


  • Minimum 1 year proven track record for successfully managing medium/large e-commerce projects. Shopify experience strongly preferred.
  • A solid understanding of retail, merchandising, and e-commerce concepts.
  • A solid understanding of e-commerce systems and architectures.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment.
  • Strong critical thinking skills.
  • Good understanding of visual and interactive design disciplines and principles.
  • Strong proficiency with task sequencing, dependencies, and 3rd party vendor responsibilities for an e-commerce project.
  • Attention to detail, extreme thoroughness, and the ability to easily multitask.
  • Team-building, problem-solving, and conflict resolution skills.
  • Experience managing cross-functional teams.
  • Strong desire to continuously learn and grow in the e-commerce space.

Huge plus if you have:

  • E-commerce experience
  • Shopify experience
  • Basic web development knowledge
  • UX , CRO design experience
  • Knowledge of website usability and passion for improving the online customer shopping experience
  • Experience with Google analytics
  • Basic digital marketing knowledge – SEM/SEO, Social and Email Marketing


  • Salary based on experience. Starting at $50,000+ a year
  • Paid holidays
  • 160 hours PTO
  • Healthcare
  • 401K & 401K Match
  • Fun and collaborative office environment in Denver
  • Grow with a small team and take ownership over this role
  • Paid parking

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