Web Project Manager
|The Project Manager is involved with both online and in-person promotion of The Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, self-motivation, efficient time management, and the ability to troubleshoot various types of problems. Responsibilities include website development, administration, and management; marketing, advertising, and SEO; designing and editing course materials, and more. This position will initially be working under other management staff so being comfortable taking directions is necessary. Tasks and projects may change over time, depending on the needs of the school. Professionalism in written, verbal, and project management will be required. In order to help ensure all aspects of the Project Manager position are performed as expected, measurable metrics will be provided along with regularly scheduled performance reviews.
Website Management (20%)
Course Management (40%)
Marketing and Content Management (30%)
General Administration (10%)
About Chestnut School:
We offer online herbalism programs, including the Herbal Medicine Making Course and the Herbal Immersion program, with over 2,000 students around the world. The Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine is located in Asheville, NC and was founded in 2007 by herbalist Juliet Blankespoor. Our team is highly creative, collaborative, and health conscious. We share an interest in organic gardening and natural living. Our work culture favors a meaningful work/life balance and a positive co-operative attitude with an overarching theme of professionalism and integrity. We are a highly successful and growing small business with room for long-term growth and loyalty among our team members. We encourage direct and honest communication and interdependence. Above all, we reciprocate our employees’ dedication and excellence with benefits and bonuses.
Just as locally grown food is key to long-term sustainability, locally grown medicine is equally as important. That’s why our programs focus on growing your own herbs and all the ways you can enrich your life with edible and medicinal weeds. Preparing herbal medicine is deeply satisfying and empowering, and an essential aspect of all traditional cultures across the globe. Our connection to plants as medicine nourishes this ancient spirit and wakes us up to the profound natural cycles of life.
The Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
Job Type: Full-time