Assistant Product Manager at a TED-Featured Startup

GrantPA

GrantPA

Assistant Product Manager at a TED-Featured Startup

Remote
Part Time
Unpaid
  • Responsibilities

    GrantPA is a web platform that connects users with grants, fellowships, residencies, and more.

    We’re looking for a creative, committed, and detail-oriented, individual interested and capable of managing tasks and people to reach the desired milestones.

    GrantPA has been named by TED as one of the "breakthrough ideas worth spreading". Our previous advisory board consisted of Yo-Yo Ma, and Alicia Adams. Our current board consists of Amer Eldebek, Tareq Neb'aa, and Nicholas Chbat. We currently have over 7,000 users in beta. Our TED Talk “Why must artists be poor?” discussing the importance of arts and funding artists have gained over 1.25 million views so far, check it out!

    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Developing a plan for newly initiated tasks and projects - Tracking the progress using agile methodology - Keeping record of KPIs to measure the progress - Scheduling check ups with the different teams - Design and re-iterate the roadmap

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  • Qualifications

    consist of:

    • A passionate interest in improving the artist’s ecosystem to the better
    • High level of self-motivation, commitment, and dedication
    • Strong communication skills, highly organized and detail-oriented
    • A collaborative spirit capable of taking feedback from colleagues and users alike
  • Industry
    Internet
  • About Us
    GrantPA is an internet platform that uses technology to match individuals and organizations with grants and other funding opportunities around the world. Our mission is to make finding and connecting with funding opportunities easier and more accessible. Our vision is a world with funded impactful artistic projects. GrantPA has been selected by TED as one of the "breakthrough ideas worth spreading" to join its 2016 Fall Residency Incubator. Our advisory board currently consists of Yo-Yo Ma, Alicia Adams (VP of Int'l programming, The Kennedy Center for Performing Arts), and Nicholas Chbat (Principal Researcher at Philips North America).