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[JOB] Project Manager

Mark Gorton, entrepreneur and founder of Tower Research Capital LLC, OpenPlans, and LimeWire LLC, is launching a new venture focused on significant aspects of American history in the 1950s, ‘60s, and ‘70s that are not well understood by the public. This project has the potential to change the way American history is perceived and taught by future generations. The goals of the venture are to bring together disparate facts and people through the Internet and then to leverage this new resource in the pursuit of business opportunities. The first steps will be collating information from a wide variety of sources, ranging from the web to printed text, into a website and building a community of researchers to make productive use of this web tool.

The Project Manager will work closely with Mark to specify and guide the development of this website. The position encompasses project management, web interface design, and information science, and it requires a candidate with strong communication, organization, and management skills to execute the project. Ultimately, there may be opportunities to translate the ideas from the site into more traditional media ventures, so the ideal candidate will be enterprising enough to identify and pursue a variety of business opportunities over time.
• Specifying and helping to create a website with an intuitive interface to serve as an organized, centralized resource for information concerning aspects of 1950s, ‘60s, and ‘70s American history
• Building and mobilizing a team to aggregate information from a disparate array of existing websites, books, and other resources for the site
• Facilitating the creation of an online community to aid the site’s growth
• Identifying and pursuing opportunities in traditional media based on ideas arising from the site
• Strong educational background
• Demonstrated aptitude for managing demanding projects and bringing them to completion
• Familiarity with a variety of web and computer technologies
• Strong written and spoken communication skills
• Strong research skills
• Experience with software or web development and user interface design (a plus)
• Experience in media production (a plus)
• Interest and conversance in American history of the 1950s, ‘60s, and ‘70s
• An entrepreneurial spirit
• The ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment and adapt to numerous, rapidly shifting challenges
Commensurate with experience.
Please email your resume and cover letter to