Thinx,Inc, a rapidly growing company that is disrupting the period, incontinence and reproductive health categories. We are seeking a self-motivated Project Manager to lead us in managing deliverables, keeping us to our production schedules, managing our resources, and creating a smooth and harmonious pipeline of communication between each department. This individual needs to be extremely detail-oriented and process-driven in order to help us lead the way to a more organized and efficient flow.  

Reporting to the Chief of Staff, they will oversee multiple creative projects simultaneously, and need to possess the ability to synthesize new information and re-allocate workflow and resources accordingly. We also need this person to have a good sense of humor while they balance all the pieces of our projects with grace and ease. 


  • Partner with Marketing, Creative, Product, Events team, and Digital Leads to manage a body of work aligned against business goals or audiences
  • Work with Marketing, Creative, Product, Event and Digital teams to establish project timelines and ensures team is aware of key milestone dates.
  • Clearly communicate issues related to staying on schedule to team leads
  • Be an internal business partner. Facilitate relationships between teams by moving process forward, planning and assigning resources, reworking schedules, raising concerns to appropriate owners early and identifying & resolving open issues that prevent progress
  • Continually assess the performance of marketing initiatives to ensure they are delivering against the brands aligned goals
  • Excellent ability to synthesize data and qualitative inputs into clear, concise PowerPoint presentations
  • Predict roadblocks/obstacles, establishes meetings and integration points between teams
  • Prioritize competing needs with good reasoning and creative solution
  • Assist in coordinating resources across multiple project initiatives and teams
  • Manage the process and behind-the-scenes of creating brands, from resourcing and timelines to scope management and cross-communication Work with team, leads to ensure all feedback is captured and any roadblocks are cleared
  • Support in identifying and optimizing internal processes for the best results
  • Work on special projects and ad hoc requests as needed
  • Track activities on projects and establish a clear path and owners of next steps  


  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • 3-4 years of work experience, with heavy emphasis on project management and transformation; ideally with experience at an advertising/ branding/packaging agency
  • Highly detail-oriented
  • Exceptional communication skills, both internally and externally facing
  • Basic knowledge of Project Management frameworks
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel
  • Ability to clearly and quickly present your ideas and translate needs from one team to another


  • Committed to performing at a high level on a consistent basis
  • Humility and willingness to roll up sleeves and get involved to help the team
  • Comfortable consistently managing expectations, ensuring delivery of the highest quality service, and acting efficiently and professionally
  • We move fast and at times things change. Be flexible to gracefully pivot when needed
  • A master at seeing the big picture and predicting gaps in processes while developing an action plan to overcome those gaps
  • Collaborative work style, while balancing that with deadlines

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