Absolutely. If you express interest in advancing, as well as show potential for growth, then we would love to discuss the opportunity to help you move forward in your career.
The people at Flowium never settle for good enough, and we love watching our teammates develop and improve. To help you achieve your goals, we’ll reimburse money spent on professional development every year.
Yes, you can. We’ll reimburse you towards professional development — whether that’s books, seminars, or courses — every year. Anyone who has worked with us for at least 3 full months is eligible for the development program.
Upwork is a safe work environment for all of us. It allows us to easily create and manage work contracts in accordance with U.S. laws. On your side, you are protected by Upwork and can rest assured knowing that you will always be paid on time.
If you develop and grow at Flowium, your income will increase, too. If you are no longer satisfied with your compensation and you have significant reasons why you should be paid more, we’re always open to talking through your thought process.
Yes, we do.
Schedules at Flowium are flexible. You pick when you’d like to work your hours, decide when you’d like to take breaks, and choose your own days off. While there are some milestones in every project that you cannot miss (ie: deadlines, client calls, full team meetings, etc), you’ll be in control of every other aspect of your schedule. We’re committed to working together to build a schedule that works for everyone involved.
Yes, you can work anywhere from 5 to 40 hours a week. We will scale the number of projects you’re responsible for according to your availability.
We don’t require work on the weekends, but given that every team member creates his or her own schedule, some people choose to work on weekends. Protect your weekends or use them to knock out a few extra tasks — it’s up to you.
Does Flowium offer any perks?
Yes, Flowium aims to create the happiest workplace in the world and we are constantly working to provide competitive perks packages. Flowium perks cover the following topics:
- True flexibility & total freedom
- Unlimited paid time off
- Recognition platform – Bonusly
- Competitive salary, bonuses & gifts
- Office Equipment & Technology Allowance Program
- Personal development
- Technology allowance
- The protective coverage for team members
- Referral bonus
No, we don’t provide any relocations packages or work visa support to the US.
We are a remote team and our members enjoy the ability to move through the world freely while maintaining steady employment.
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Flowium is a full service email marketing agency for eCommerce brands. Our clients consist of stores that sell various tangible products online. Everything from facial creams, household products, specialty foods, and vehicle supplies. No two clients are the same.
Project Manager Questions
We will start your onboarding and training as a Project Manager. This process will take anywhere from one to three weeks based off of your own schedule (depending on how many hours YOU choose to work). You will work with your Senior Project Manager to learn our processes, learn email marketing, and complete the initial training.
At that point, if you feel confident with moving forward with Flowium, we would transition you to helping other Project Managers with their projects as well as working with your own clients. You’ll also start attending our internal team meetings, and prepare to take on your own projects.
Every day, you’ll be managing your own schedule. You’ll need to be on time and punctual with team meetings, and client meetings. Outside of those “set in stone” times, you have ample flexibility to get your tasks done. This includes but is not limited to checking communication channels at the start and end of your workday, moving tasks along with your team to hit deadlines, and strategizing, implementing, and executing ideas on a regular basis. We use Asana, Zoom, Loom, Slack, Klaviyo, and Miro throughout each day.
There are Project Manager meetings every Monday, and Wednesday at 11:30am ET (roughly 30-45 minutes). On Fridays, we have a Continued Education call at 11:00am ET (roughly 60-90 minutes).
We have a company-wide meeting once a month to share general Flowium updates, achievements, and goals. That meeting usually lasts around 60 minutes.
In addition to our internal meetings, you will have mandatory scheduled weekly meetings with your clients (arranged between you and the clients).
Our expectation is that Project Managers want to work full time (30-40 hours per week) with us here at Flowium. When you work is again, completely up to you.
We will start your onboarding. We’ll introduce you to our team of account managers, help familiarize you with the way that we work through our task management software. Then, we will share our knowledge and best practices how to work with Klaviyo, and get you set up on your first project.
You’ll start most days by checking Asana and other communication channels (like Slack, etc.) and planning your schedule, sorting various tasks by urgency. Then, you will design hero images (banners) for flows in Klaviyo, create email templates, email campaigns, and other graphic materials for email to translate the clients’ visions into compelling email design.
No. The designer’s team doesn’t have a regular call with the clients. All communication goes through Account managers. And you’ll communicate with the Account manager to clarify any questions, issues, etc.
However, we do have a company-wide meeting once a month, where we share company updates, achievements, goals, etc. It usually lasts about an hour.
We have a team of designers and a design team slack channel available for support, to answer questions, or get help as well.
We will start your onboarding. We’ll introduce you to our team of account managers, help familiarize you with the way that we send a draft copy through our task management software, and get you set up on your first project. Before you begin writing any copy, you’ll have a quick call with your first client to make sure you understand the tone they’re looking for in the copy.
You would typically start your workday by checking your Asana and other communication channels (like Slack, etc.) and planning out your schedule, sorting your assigned tasks by importance/urgency.
Then, you’ll create copy for various campaigns and email flows across multiple clients. Some days are lighter than others, but there will almost always be a few tasks for you to knock out. If we’re beginning a new project, you may be on a client call to discuss the new company’s voice and tone before diving into the copy.
Our copywriter team doesn’t have a regular call with the clients. All communication goes through Account managers. You’ll be only expected to be available for client calls when we begin a new project.
However, we have a company-wide all hands meeting once a month where we share company updates, achievements, and goals. It usually lasts about an hour.
Klaviyo Technician Questions
We will start your onboarding. We’ll introduce you to our team of account managers and familiarize you with the way that we work through our task management software.
Then we’ll introduce you to Klaviyo and share some baseline knowledge and best practices for the software. As you’re learning the ropes, we’ll pair you with other Klaviyo technicians (and masters!) at Flowium to help get your feet wet. When you’re ready, we’ll assign you to your very first project.
You would typically start your workday by checking Asana and other communication channels (like Slack, etc.). Then you’d plan your schedule for the day, sorting tasks by importance/urgency and updating task deadlines for newly assigned projects if needed. Then, you’d work on setting up Klaviyo Flows (automated email sequences), email campaigns, and integrations with our clients.
Yes, there’s about one meeting per week. Teams typically work separately on different solutions, but come together to share findings, knowledge, and tips.
We have a company-wide meeting once a month to share general Flowium updates, achievements, and goals. That meeting usually lasts around an hour.
No, but you should have at least 5 hours a week when we will know you’ll be available.
Having fixed daily working hours helps the team squash small setbacks in real time and helps prevent delays for other team members.
We highly value your time, and we expect you to be considerate of your teammates’ schedules as well.