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Technical Project Manager

As a Technical Project Manager, at Rose Digital, the ideal candidate can collaborate with different project-based software engineering groups to deliver projects faster by developing clear project plans, managing milestones/sprints/deliverables and has a desire to push the boundaries of using agile development practices in a continuous integration environment focusing on delivery, quality, and scalability of mission-critical tech systems.


As the Technical Project Manager in the New York office, your responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Ensuring that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget.
  • Manage relationships with clients and stakeholders. 
  • Engage and energize the project teams to achieve aggressive goals
  • Develop comprehensive project documentation to be shared with clients as well as internal team members and leadership.
  • Management of the financial health of the project.  
  • Manage and communicate any changes to the project scope, project schedule and project costs to all stakeholders. 
  • Interface with engineering managers and engineers to drive technical solutions, estimate work efforts, define milestones and manage resources
  • Identify and quickly address risks/roadblocks in order to keep projects running smoothly.
  • Work flexibly, proactively, and collaboratively with team members across multiple disciplines.
  • Manage team calendar which includes daily internal team status meetings, multiple weekly client status calls, work review meetings (internal and client)
  • Ability to translate client briefs into actionable plans for your team

Role Requirements

  • 3+ years of experience, managing projects in an engineering environment, inclusive of project planning, team coordination, and successful delivery of project deliverables. 
  • Experience working in a fast paced Startup or Technology/Engineering focused Environment
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with multiple levels of business and technical leadership
  • Experience managing cross-team, cross-functional initiatives 
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multitask, while remaining detail oriented
  • A team first attitude 
  • Ability to be autonomous, open, and transparent
  • A track record of conflict-resolution and problem-solving skills, particularly in a fast-paced environment
  • Solution oriented with a positive “can-do” attitude
  • Seeks out opportunities for self-development and continuing education
  • Solid understanding of product design, software or digital development
  • Self motivated with the ability to work independently as well as actively contribute to project teams
  • Excellent listening and follow up skills
  • Experience utilizing Agile (Scrum) methodology 
  • Advanced MS office applications experience required
  • Experience using JIRA, Confluence, and other related project management and common communications tools
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