AnyforSoft is looking for an ambitious Project Coordinator who will provide reliable and long-lasting cooperation with our clients.
As a Project Coordinator, you’ll assist on multiple projects at once (mostly outstaff), while continuously providing exceptional communication both internally and externally. The balance between clients’ expectations and team comfort is extremely important for us.
— At least 1 year of experience in Customer Support/Account Management/Sales/PM
— Excellent written and verbal communication skills (upper-intermediate English)
— Knowledge of Legal Documents: contract, SOW, NDA, invoice
— Knowledge of engagement models: T&M, Fixed Price, Dedicated
— Knowledge of software development process
— Ability to see opportunities rather than issues
— Good negotiation and problem-solving skills
— Being an organized, proactive, result-oriented, and self-driven person
— Being an extravert and empathetic
— Working with both the client and members of the team to create timelines, oversee progress, and make sure goals are met.
— Monitoring project progress and handling any issues that arise
— Developing positive relationships and handling customers’ needs
— Identifying and resolving client’s issues and problems
— Identifying potential needs for additional software that we offer (upsales)
— Managing operational activities
— Working with the international market and having a primary focus on Western Europe and the US
— 50% cashback for personal development, health, and recreation
— Communication with professional team and participation in team process
— Career and proficiency development plans
— Opportunity to improve processes (any ideas are valuable here)
— Flexible schedule
— Participation in internal training and seminars
— Good technical equipment, legal support, corporate entertainment, and other usual benefits
— Ukrainian public holidays, parental leaves
— A chance to be a part of our remote culture!
Having you as a member of our team will definitely bring us closer to perfect working productivity and balance. Does it sound like it’s worth trying?