We are looking for a Technical Project Manager (m/f/d) with a track record for successfully managing software projects with an agile and interdisciplinary mindset to join our fast-growing team in Berlin. You’ll be working with our award-winning dataviz and developer teams to drive business forward and manage projects for our major clients.
The task at hand:
- Collaborate with our dataviz team to deliver client-driven KPIs
- Understand what the client needs and translate it into system architecture and detailed work/dev packages and desirables.
- Identify key milestones and required skills to match applicable software, legal and data security requirements.
- Design and plan the execution of medium to large scale web architectures according to client specifications for projects that include interactive data visualizations.
- Be responsible for resource planning, status reporting and communication across all stakeholders, internal and external.
Ideally you bring:
- Client management experience including proven success in matching client desires with resource and capacity planning.
- Minimum three years experience as a technical project manager in web applications and website development.
- Ideally keen interest in current events especially in the environmental, political and economic matters.
Our business language is German, so a working level of fluency is required with strong English language skills a bonus.
If this opportunity excites you, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The INFOGRAPHICS GROUP uses storytelling and data visualizations to develop award-winning infographics that enable knowledge. Our multidisciplinary team includes graphic artists, data journalists, developers and researchers that work together to build impactful solutions for our wide-range of clients. From our home in Berlin, we build customized content and standardized infographic toolsets for business, design engagement-driven products for museums, researchers, publishers and government institutions. The agency was founded by infographic evangelist Jan Schwochow in 2007 and has stayed close to its roots in journalism while exploring new techniques and technologies, including augmented and virtual reality.