Wizz Air, Coca-Cola, Telekom - just to name a few companies with whom we create campaigns, websites, apps and other complex digital solutions. These clever things make us really proud in the end, while the process itself can put a smile on our faces almost every day (excluding deadlines, that is). To make sure we turn great ideas into solid solutions, we are looking for a Technical Project Manager who helps us tighten the threads with our developer team and also maintains our close relationship with our clients.
Manage and support the daily work of a small web development team of frontend and PHP backend developers
Validate and pass on clear messages from client side to the developers (as well as any other divisions) and vice versa, therefore you must be a firm, good communicator. Clients may be billion dollar brands or a Mito department next door.
You are aware of the fact that it is quite difficult to manage a project without proper scheduling, specifications and documentation. We use JIRA as well as Confluence and you will be responsible for keeping them fresh and tidy.
You will use our sophisticated toolchains to deploy, quality check and perform project management related tasks so you must have a steady compatible terminal at hand.
You will support a lot of technical matters both client and developer side, thus we need you to have a strong technical background and / or developer experience.
We do short-term but exciting development projects in a fast-paced work environment with this team. No, that does not mean chaos (we can hear your sigh of relief), but we have many projects with life cycles ranging from 3 weeks to 3 months.
In recent years you have managed PHP web development projects, and we really mean a master level quality code, not Wordpress or Joomla.
You have a strong technical background and/or developer experience, so you dare to press that F12 button and don’t hesitate to dwell into server logs to debug a backend issue.
You see through the lines and understand clear client needs that you can translate into technical requirements.
You have seen relational databases and it annoys you if there is a missing index.
You have heard about CI/CD and you are not afraid of using or learning it.
You understand business jargon and that of developers too, moreover what you say gets accepted.
You use ticketing (we use JIRA) and you know that a bug report is not just saying “there is something wrong with the API, check it pls”.
You are not a one-man army, you can think in teams.
You are fine with writing emails and making phone calls in English and you aren’t afraid of having to speak in front of an audience.
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. Hope you won't need to test it 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.