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Senior Technical Project Manager

Springbox offers a fun, stimulating, technology-focused work environment that is fast-paced and rewarding. We are committed to fostering an environment where highly talented, challenge-hungry people thrive. You will have the opportunity to learn and grow your skill-set, while making a real contribution to a rapidly expanding agency.

At Springbox, our Technical Project Manager works to create visually appealing as well as programmatically superior work that helps create best-in-class solutions for our clients. Vague, right? More specifically, this person will have a specific focus on working with clients and technical delivery managers to define business, functional and technical requirements and oversee the development of solutions meeting these requirements. Additionally, they will need to understand client projects both on a technical level (as a solution using web applications, databases and calculations to achieve a goal) and on a programmatic level (the business goals being met by the technical solution). This job requires someone who’s willing to adapt to new technologies and has a willingness to experiment, sometimes fail and inevitably succeed.

Responsibilities:

  • Must be able to oversee and manage client relationships, needs, requirements and expectations
  • Must be able to coordinate with internal business teams and technical delivery managers to ensure timely and high-quality results that meet or exceed clients expectations
  • Must be able to develop and deliver progress reports, project management artifacts, requirements documentation and client presentations
  • Must be able to proactively manage changes in project scope, identify potential risk and devise mitigation and contingency plans
  • Must be able to define project scope, schedule, goals and deliverables that support client needs and requirements
  • Must be able to facilitate the triage and prioritization of technical issues as they arise
  • Must be able to provide operational support to projects after implementation
  • Must be able to talk through impediments and blockers with technical staff
  • Should have experience defining requirements, concepts of operation and architectures
  • Should be able to see and understand the relationship between each system in client ecosystem
  • Should be able to understand and speak to the technologies used/proposed in a solution
  • Should possess an analytic aptitude to evaluate business processes and make recommendations on solutions
  • Should be an entrepreneurial problem-solver able to take ownership of and be accountable for projects and relationships

Required Skills / Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree is required. Master’s degree is preferred but not mandatory
  • One year of relevant experience may be substituted for each year of required education
  • Minimum 5+ years technical project management experience
  • PMP certification or similar qualification (CAPM, PMI-ACP, CSM + CSPO, CLSSGB)
  • Minimum 2+ years of supervisory and/or management experience
  • Outstanding oral and written presentation and communication skills
  • Strong client management and relationship building aptitudes
  • Strong quantitative skills and the ability to analyze and interpret data
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to work autonomously in a fast-paced environment

Perks (because it matters, right?)

  • Wear what you want to work, up to a point (no Speedos)
  • Fully stocked kitchens with snacks & beverages
  • Located downtown at 8th and Colorado Streets
  • Modern, comfortable workplace, with areas to chill when you need to
  • Flexible hours (some of us aren’t morning people)
  • Bring your best friend to work (dogs allowed)
  • Commuter & parking assistance
  • Competitive benefits

 

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