#12151 | 2018-09-27 Gdynia, Poland

IT Project Manager

PROJECT INFORMATION:
  • Industry: Finance / Banking
  • Location: Gdynia
  • Business trips: Occasional
  • Project language: English, Polish
  • Remuneration: 90 – 110 PLN/H + VAT
  • Project length: 12 months+

PROJECT REQUIREMENTS:
  • 6+ years of experience with IT project management and 2+ years’ experience working with Agile/Scrum development.
  • Preferably PMI (PMP level) certified or equivalent.
  • Experience in banking industry, preferable from Treasury.
  • Excellent communication skills in written and spoken English.
  • Works independently and assume managerial responsibilities.
  • General project management, project responsibility, resource management, quality assurance, follow up, responsibility for project financing.
  • Experience working with geographically distributed team.

WE OFFER:
  • Challenging international projects in a Scandinavian business culture.
  • Transparently built relations based on trust and fair play.
  • Benefits: Medicover card, Multisport card.
  • Internal reference bonus.


Start: 10/2018
Work location: Gdynia, Poland
Requirements: Min. 5 years of professional IT experience.
Job type: Freelance

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