We are looking for a Middle Project Manager for Customertimes. If you think this is just another company looking for a PM, it’s not! After all, we always support the initiatives of our colleagues. For example, recently, UA Project Management Day was held where two of our PMs created a game on PMBOK and Scrum methodology. Also, Oleksandr Koziarovskyi wrote an article Из разработки в менеджмент on DOU and shared his people-management experience within a program CT Talks.
If you want to implement your ideas, get variable experience and learn from the best, join us!
— Implement and support Waterfall, SCRUM/Kanban, or other methodology by project needs.
— Ensure projects are implemented on time and in alignment with strategic and tactical goals of the company/customer.
— Plan, manage and report project scope, milestones, schedule, timeline, risks, team composition.
— Facilitate Scrum events as requested/needed.
— Manage, develop, and motivate project team.
— Prepare regular and ad-hoc project status reports.
— Manage stakeholders’ expectations.
— Experience in the Project Manager role for more than 3 years at a software development team and/or system integration projects.
— Understanding of software development life cycle and PM practices.
— Strong understanding of Scrum Methodology and Agile principles.
— Very good knowledge of the project management tools (Jira, Confluence, MS Project).
— Project management skills, including the ability to execute and prioritize some tasks simultaneously.
— Overall personal skills: quick learner, passionate, motivated, and self-managed.
— Good written and verbal English communication skills.
— A developed grading system for your individual growth, Personal Development Plan, Regular grading reviews ;
— Well-established processes and open management ;
— Excellent health insurance with coverage of covid cases;
— Flexible work schedule;
— Paid time off — 20 working days, Paid sick leaves— 15 working days, Paid day-off — 5 working days, Extra time off — 20 working days, Parental leave — 3 working days, Maternity leave — 85 working days (according to the company policy);
— Insurance (including massage therapy, accident insurance option, the possibility of insurance of relatives, electronic insurance policy card in Apple Wallet/Google Pay)
— Certification coverage;
— A paid study of English;
— Free access to the company accounts on educational platforms (Udemy, Coursera, if your tenure is 6 months+)
— A lot of corporate webinars/workshops/etc;
— Birthday, professional and company anniversary presents.