Chris is a freelance technical project manager living in Brooklyn, NY. I manage projects remotely for clients around the world. I write about technical project management in the freelance economy and the future of work.
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AngelList is a valuable source of remote technical project manager jobs. I wrote this post describing how finding these jobs is like finding a needle in a haystack. It's helpful to have as many sources as possible, since remote technical project manager job aren't plentiful.
I've tried adding AngelList search results to my remote technical project manager jobs list. It didn't work, since AngelList doesn't share search results in a way I could easily import to the list.
I'd recommend keeping an eye on my list and setting an email alert on AngelList. Doing this will double your chances of finding a remote technical project manager job. The steps in this post tell you how to set the AngelList email alert.
Here's how to find remote project manager jobs using AngelList.
Access the AngelList job board.
Search using these these criteria -
This is an optional step. I like to limit the list of companies to companies active within the last 15 days. This filters out the job listings are probably inactive.
The keyword search may seem redundant, since you're searching for "Project Manager" in the Role field. I thought so too.
There are a bunch of non-project manager jobs that appear when you search on "Project Manager" as the Role. Adding the "project manager" keyword filters out most of the irrelevant results, while not losing any relevant ones.
AngelList makes it easy to apply to jobs that interest you. You do this by expressing interest in the job. Express interest in a job by hitting the "Yes, I'm Interested" blue button at the top of the job listing.
Doing this notifies the hiring company that you're interested in the position. Some jobs will ask you to include a short note explaining why you're interested.
AngelList will notify you if the hiring company thinks you're a match. The hiring company will contact you via AngelList to initiate the conversation if they think you're a match.
Listings on AngelList change fast. Keep up with the changes by setting an email alert for your search. This will save you from having to login to AngelList on a regular basis to keep up with the latest listings.
Set your alert by hitting the "Save" button in the search bar.
Now you'll receive a weekly email with new remote technical project manager job listings. Use it and my free remote project manager jobs list to make finding your next remote technical project manager job easier and faster.
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