IT Project Manager (Mid+) has to manage the company projects on customer requirements up to final project delivery. Responsible for organizing the development and high-quality delivery of all projects on time and within the defined scope. Before applying, you should take into account that the place of work could be in Moscow.


- Ability to create technical documentation
- Manage the overall planning, execution, and delivery of new product and technology projects including, but not limited to defining measures of success
- Track and communicate project status, including monitoring, evaluating, and adjusting project schedules on an ongoing basis; manage scope changes and issues, take corrective action as necessary; identify, assess, and mitigate project risks
- Build and lead effective cross-functional project teams, identify individual and team skills necessary to enhance project performance
- Identify and request appropriate resources from business
- Manage conflicts within the team, provide ongoing feedback, and evaluate achievements
- Collaborate with engineering leadership to identify and execute opportunities for continual process improvement in the product development processes
- Develop full-scale project plans and their related schedules/timelines
- Generate project status reports, project review materials, and project metrics
- Execute and maintain project management processes and project plans in an agile environment; own and maintain product specification document

Required Qualifications:

- Knowledge of Agile Project Management practices (Scrum, Kanban, etc.)
- Familiarity with User Testing, A/B testing, etc.
- Familiarity with Prototyping tools: Figma, Invision, Balsamiq Mockup
- Familiarity with task management tools (Asana, Jira)
- Strong analytical, communication and negotiation and leadership skills
- Strong sense of responsibility and ability to multitask
- Time and scope management
- Conflict resolution
- Excellent verbal and written Russian communication
- Good verbal and written English communication