Secure Mobile Development since 2001 5PRO is a Germany based company specializing on security solutions and mobile development. Since 2001 the company has been focusing on mobile technologies starting from the earliest smartphones. 5PRO primary area of expertise is secure mobile development: we help customers to protect their mobile solutions.
9 апреля 2020

Junior Project Manager (вакансия неактивна)

Львов

Необходимые навыки

Requirements:
— Advanced English (both written and verbal)
— Product mindset: focused on improving customer experience
— Understanding of the mobile apps or web apps development cycle
— Ability to work unsupervised, with little management oversight
— Excellent communication skills and ability to work well under pressure

Будет плюсом

Will be an advantage:
— Work experience with foreign customers
— Technical background preferred, providing a core foundation for teaming with engineers to make key product decisions
— Excellent Russian and Ukrainian written and oral communication skills. You will work in an international environment where some part of the communication will be done (mostly in writing) in Russian and Ukrainian language while English stays as a priority

Предлагаем

What you’ll get from us:
— Personal mentor on Project Management
— A team full of motivated professionals who are the best people to learn with 17 years of experience in mobile development

Обязанности

Responsibilities:
— Managing mobile projects from concept through delivery within the Scrum framework
— Build a project roadmap/sprints plan by identifying team members’ work estimates, dependencies, and delivery dates
— Communicate directly with customers and management about the project

О проекте

5Pro Software — German mobile product company, seeking for Junior Project Manager to work full time in Lviv. You will work in growing 5Pro Digital direction — innovative mobile solutions that win new market segments for business owners.
We emphasize minimum viable products (MVPs) so we can get an idea to market quickly, begin understanding how users are interacting with releases, then use this understanding to make improvements.