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WEBJAR

Technical Project Manager

Full Time

Mid-Level

location_iconMarousi,Athens, Greece

when_icon 2020-01-31

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info iconBasic Information

Webjar was founded in 2012 by people with high experience in new technologies. Our goal from day one was to provide integrated solutions to new technologies in the fields of Information Technology.

As our team is growing, we are looking for an awesome, talented and experienced Technical Project Manager who loves to bring Projects to life in an efficient and organized manner.

job description iconResponsibilities

Key responsibilities

  • Managing & delivering digital projects involving website design/ development to agreed scope, timings budget and quality
  • Creating comprehensive & insightful technical specification briefs/documents
  • Drafting comprehensive wireframes (not a must)
  • Overseeing customer account management, including negotiating contracts and agreements to maximize revenue. (nice to have)
  • Coordinating day-to-day project operations
  • Acting as the point of contact for clients and build strong, long-lasting relationships
job description iconBenefits
  • In-house/paid training, certifications and attendance to industry events
  • Very! decent working hours
  • A great work-space in Athens, Marousi filled with passionate, creative, team oriented, hard working people
  • An opportunity to grow into a very important role
  • Opportunities to attend conferences worldwide and internal and external trainings
  • Workstation hardware of your choice
  • Outdoor activities, trips and experiences held by the company
  • Global brands, inspiring and challenging projects that help you evolve
     
job requirements iconBasic Requirements
  •  You have a minimum of 2 years experience in website/ e-shop / software development projects in an account/project management role
  • Your superpower is to coordinate technologists, in order to deliver amazing projects
  • You have a favorite CMS and have debated in its favor at least once over the past year
  • You know that PHP, nodejs & Front-End are not cities in a faraway land
  • You know the difference between reading and understanding a client’s brief
  • You are good with numbers (and excel spreadsheets)
good to have iconGood to have
  • Know platforms like Jira and the meaning and work of Agile Scum PM method