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Hiring Project Manager

We are looking to hire a full-time Project Manager for our LMS web application. We have created ads on job websites, we have gone through a hiring company, and we just can't seem to get any decent candidates. They can work onsite if local to our company, or work remote if not.

Any suggestions where we can advertise for this role?


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lenamtl

8/22/2022 - Mon
Robert

Finding good PM's is difficult right now due to the general job market. Networking through places like Linkdin  my be your best bet but you should probably be prepared to pay the person more then you would needed to even a year ago. 


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David Favor

A better hiring approach is to look on https://GitHub.com for people writing code for your LMS.

If you've used a sensible LMS (in common use), you'll likely find many developers writing code for your LMS.

Contact these developers + hire the smartest one.
lenamtl

Hi,

I would hire someone with coding or dev experience (intermediate or senior dev) or an ex CEO in web dev.

This can also be a QA / tester, because they are usually very organised, they usually know how to code and know how software company work.They often do some project management because they are usually involve in the dev. processes.




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