Website Project Manager

Website Project Manager

Job Overview

A Website Project Manager is a professional specifically focused on overseeing and managing the development of websites. The role involves coordinating various aspects of website projects, collaborating with cross-functional teams, and ensuring that the project meets its objectives.


  • Project Planning: Develop a comprehensive project plan for website development, including defining scope, objectives, timelines, and resource requirements.
  • Team Coordination: Collaborate with web developers, designers, content creators, and other team members to ensure effective communication and seamless workflow.
  • Client Interaction: Work closely with clients or stakeholders to understand their requirements, provide updates, and address feedback throughout the development process.
  • Scope Management: Define and manage the project scope, ensuring that it aligns with the client’s expectations and business goals.
  • Budget Oversight: Monitor and manage the project budget, including tracking expenses, ensuring cost-effectiveness, and obtaining necessary approvals for additional expenditures.
  • Quality Assurance: Ensure that the website meets quality standards, is user-friendly, and aligns with industry best practices.
  • Content Management: Coordinate content creation and integration, ensuring that it aligns with the website’s goals and objectives.
  • Timeline Management: Develop and manage project schedules, ensuring that milestones are achieved on time and within the established timeline.
  • Risk Management: Identify potential risks related to website development and implement strategies to mitigate them.
  • Testing and Deployment: Oversee the testing phase and coordinate the deployment of the website, ensuring a smooth transition from development to production.
  • Analytics and Optimization: Implement tools for tracking website performance, user engagement, and other relevant metrics. Identify opportunities for optimization.
  • Documentation: Maintain comprehensive project documentation, including project plans, status reports, and post-project evaluations.


  • Education: A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field such as Computer Science, Information Technology, or Project Management is often required. Certifications in project management or web development can be beneficial.
  • Experience: Previous experience in managing website development projects is essential. Familiarity with web technologies, design principles, and content management systems (CMS) is often required.
  • Technical Proficiency: Understanding of web development technologies, design concepts, and experience with CMS platforms (e.g., WordPress, Shopify, Drupal).
  • Communication Skills: Strong communication skills are crucial for interacting with clients, team members, and other stakeholders.
  • Problem-Solving Skills: The ability to identify and address challenges in the development process is important.
  • Adaptability: Given the dynamic nature of web development, the ability to adapt to changing requirements and technologies is necessary.


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  • Ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team.
  • Strategic thinker with a focus on driving results.