Impressit is a boutique product development agency made up of top professionals. “I’m impressed!” — was the feedback of our first client, and that’s how the name Impressit was born. Since then, our mission is to hear the same feedback from every individual working with Impressit.
A Project Manager at Impressit is a cross-functional leader who works with project teams to define, create, and launch digital products that impress users. Part strategist, part project manager, and part client partner, the Project Manager owns the full product development lifecycle and works in a collaborative, agile fashion. The Project Manager drives projects from the initial concept through large-scale product release to post-launch optimization.
As a Project Manager, you will lead engagements alongside company founders as well as the senior designers and engineers. All our team share a “do great or do nothing” culture and you’ll enjoy working amongst collaborative professionals.
You will join one of our teams helping a German-based startup revolutionize the real estate market. This company is creating the largest digital ecosystem for the property sector in Germany with the market-leading SaaS property management product for private landlords.
— Own the project from start to delivery;
— Work with business stakeholders to determine project vision and goals, product functionality;
— Plan, manage and monitor project’s execution. Deliver projects on time and within the allocated budget;
— Be an advocate of the Agile workflow and educate the team and stakeholders when needed;
— Develop customer relations and business insights, proposing extra services that customers may need;
— Be a resource and people manager, actively participate in planning required hires;
— Implement best practices and tools for project execution and management.
— 2+ years of project management experience;
— Experience delivering web and mobile projects;
— Understanding of current and emerging technologies;
— Hands-on experience in setting up and maintaining project management tools;
— Strong communication and collaboration skills;
— Smart, proactive and leadership attitude;
— Fluent English.
— 24 workdays of annual vacation;
— 10 paid sick days per year;
— Performance evaluations every 12 months;
— $500/year for professional education;
— English classes with a native speaker;
— Discounts & special offers from a partnering travel agency;
— Exciting projects built mostly from scratch using modern technologies;
— Ambitious, friendly and creative work environment;
— Flexible work hours and NO time tracking (just time logging in Jira or similar tool).