Project Manager
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What does a Project Manager do?

Project Manager is responsible for project management, including overseeing all stages of project implementation, managing the team and tasks. Project Manager also creates project documentation, controls the budget, and is also responsible for the timely completion of all stages of the project.


Role in the organization:

In theory, all-rounders are not desirable, but we disagree with that! We are looking for a flesh and blood PM who is able to face even the most difficult challenges with a smile on his face. In return, we offer you work on really interesting projects, no boredom and an attractive salary. We are waiting for your application.

Our requirements:

  • experience as a Project Manager
  • project management skills
  • outstanding organizational skills
  • very good communication and leadership skills
  • multitasking
  • experience in preparing reports and analyzes, as well as in budget management
  • ability to work under pressure
  • goal-oriented and positive attitude
  • very good knowledge of MS Office
  • higher education
  • knowledge of the English language

Your responsibilities:

  • carrying out the projects within the designated time and budget
  • setting specific business goals as well as technological and organizational assumptions of the project with interested parties
  • monitoring progress, work results and key aspects of the project in a measurable manner and reporting them to your supervisor
  • proposing corrective actions to improve the project management using modern methods and tools
  • creating comprehensive project documentation
  • maintaining good relations with all parties involved in the project
  • effective management of the project team
  • taking care of the quality of the tasks performed

Benefits:

  • the opportunity to develop and improve your competences within interesting projects
  • work in a well-coordinated team of specialists in their field
  • great freedom in making decisions
  • working with the most modern toolset
  • team integration events and endless coffee and tea

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