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Program Manager

Company: Pyramid Consulting Group, Llc
Location: Hoboken
Posted on: September 22, 2022

Job Description:

Promptly retrieving your chat from the cloud Our client, an omnichannel retailer, is seeking a Program Manager to join their team in-office in in a hybrid capacity in Hoboken, NJ. The ideal candidate has exceptional communication skills both written and verbal, ability to demonstrate initiative and self-motivation, and is highly organized with a strong attention to detail.***All applicants must be able to comply with the most up-to-date federal and state Covid-19 Vaccination requirements.***Job Duties include:

  • Coordinate projects and ensure company resources are utilized appropriately
  • Compile project status reports, coordinate project schedules, manage project meetings, and identify and resolve technical problems
  • Identify and study systems requirements and define project scope, requirements, and deliverables
  • Coordinate project activities and ensure all project phases are documented appropriatelyJob Qualifications:
    • Bachelor's degree or equivalent industry experience
    • 2+ years in program management or client services in a creative production environment or media agency
    • Proficient in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook
    • Excellent client services and presentational skills and experienceWhile PCG appreciates all applicants, only those qualified will be contacted. Thank you for your application. We look forward to hearing from you! Pyramid Consulting Group, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer that takes pride in a diverse environment. We do not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, or other employment practices for reasons of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, medical condition or disability, or any other legally protected status. SCHEMA MARKUP ( This text will only show on the editor. ) Whether you're looking to submit or approve timecards or review your candidate submissions, we've made logging in easy. As everyone knows, June is Pride Month, and at Pyramid Consulting Group, we have been abuzz with finding ways to empower the LGBTQ+ community and educate our employees. Through Pyramid Possibilities , PCG's charitable arm, we have partnered with a New York based non-profit organization called Live Out Loud . LOL "works with schools, parents, and community organizations to provide programs for LGBTQ+ youth to build their knowledge of LGTBQ+ history and struggles for equality, increase their awareness of current issues and challenges, build their self-esteem, develop leadership and advocacy skills, and foster safe communities and spaces of allies and peers." We have supported LOL, not only through our donation program, but also by sharing information on social media and by hosting a Lunch & Learn with LOL for all PCG employees. At this optional Lunch & Learn, our employees were able to learn important facts and statistics about the LGBTQ+ community as well as this amazing organization. One of our very own recruiters, Rafael Mathiss , is on the board of Live Out Loud and had this to say about the important work that they are doing: "We hope that one day we will live in a place where kids don't have to hide or live in fear of abuse. This organization is near and dear to me as I was that gay kid in school that got all the abuse in school. I wish I had an organization where I felt safe. Where I had resources and could connect with people that would protect me. Therefore, I do this---It makes me so happy when I hear how we have impacted these agents of change. The future generation." We are so proud to be a place where employees feel comfortable approaching us with ideas to partner with organizations close to their hearts. We strive to be a place of employment that is not only accepting, but also continuing to grow, learn, and change. At PCG, we are embracing the vision to empower LGBTQ+ youth by educating and being allies to those who need our support. Join us in supporting and empowering the youth & those who are just entering the work force. If you, or someone who know, is getting ready to enter the workforce, contact us. We can help. Just a few years ago, mental health in the workplace was a topic that was never discussed, but now it seems to be on the forefront for many employers. While many companies do not feel like it is on them to assist their employees when it comes to mental health, others understand that providing resources and uplifting their employees is a benefit that can increase retention and avoid burnout. Why does mental health need to be discussed in the workplace? There used to be a clear delineation between work life and home life, with mental health being a topic that fell under home life meaning there was no need to discuss it in the workplace. With the increased number of people working virtually or on hybrid work schedules, those clear lines have become a bit more blurred. As was made clear during "The Great Resignation," employees are taking the power back and finding jobs that provide them the balance and benefits that best suits their lifestyle. One of these points being mental health. So, what can employers do? Changes that can be made within the workplace will vary depending on every company, but there are options. The first thing that needs to be done is an evaluation of what your current benefits or offerings are at the present time. Perhaps you are already providing tips to avoid burnout and self-care ideas. Maybe you're already doing virtual, or in-person, hangouts where work is not to be discussed or HR Q&A sessions where employees can learn more about mental health benefits. Here are some more ideas of things you can do! Set up a dedicated team of employees who share tips & tricks, add an EAP to your employee benefits, or close your office for mental health days on a scheduled basis to help avoid burnout. What should employees look for? It may be difficult to find out what employers are doing to support their employees' mental health, not just in May, but all year round, as not all companies list their benefits outright. During an interview, you can ask about benefits offered at the company, including PTO where they may mention Mental Health Days. If you work for a company that does not have these resources, be an advocate and bring up your concerns to HR! If they do not seem interested, or it seems unlikely that the company will implement any changes, there is always a job or company out there that will. As always, if you work with a recruiter at PCG, you can let them know what you are looking for from an employer so that they know which companies would make the best matches. PCG is proud to offer their employees access to an EAP, mental health day office closures, a Health Habits group, and so much more to support their employees. We are also a proud supporter of Vibrant Emotional Health , an organization dedicated to education and resources surrounding mental health. If you're looking to find a company that offers you more than just a job, contact us . We are here to help! Thank you for contacting us.We will get back to you as soon as possible. Oops, there was an error sending your message.Please try again later.

Keywords: Pyramid Consulting Group, Llc, Hoboken , Program Manager, Executive , Hoboken, New Jersey

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