We love creating clever things: apps, websites and other complex digital solutions for clients such as Deutsche Telekom and its national companies, OTP, Wizz Air, and many others. We are super proud of the things we pull together and have fun while doing it - but to keep this cheerful attitude, we need your help. Our mobile team is just getting started with a brand new and high visibility US project, and there’s still room for a great Mobile Tech PM to make it succeed.
guiding and collaborating with a team of mobile developers and QA engineers through the treacherous waters of project management and development. You’ll govern your team of 5 in a well-organized, still agile way.
understanding business priorities and find common ground with the realities of physics and biology, ie. the limits of your team.
keeping proper tabs on project phases (we’re working in Azure DevOps currently, but we like JIRA and Confluence as well).
experience gained in mobile development projects these past few years (iOS and/or Android)
what it takes to be a mobile PM: you have done some coding and you don't think the guys are messaging each other in pig Latin when you see their works.
active knowledge of some kind of ticketing system (we use Azure DevOps): you love arranging stuff and you know that a bug report doesn't equal "dude, api is down, check pls".
awareness that serious projects need specifications, documentations, deadlines, and so on.
the mindset of a team player. You won't be acting as a one-person army: you will have the dev team alongside you as well.
an advanced level of English both in speaking and writing - you will write emails and participate in calls with American folks occasionally (but don’t worry, we keep the calls between 4 and 7PM CET).
We have only one rule: take your work seriously, everything else should be easy and fun. Ok, that’s basically two rules. Here are some benefits you get by working with us:
We got you covered if you need medical treatment - our package even includes emergency services. Hope you won't need to test them though.
Mito Hackathons, Mito Academy, Mito Brainy, Mito Showcase. There's a lot of events to keep our knowledge fresh - we know, we should invest more time in naming them.
If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, we wouldn't need the health coverage. Anyway, every now and then, there's some fresh fruit and snacks up for grabs.
Or 10 to 6. Or whatever. You can manage your time quite flexibly, if you do everything the others need, on time.