ColorElephant — a digital studio with 30+ people spread across the globe — is looking to hire an Internal Project Manager. We’d ideally be looking for someone that has taken a similar role in the past.
You’ll be responsible to work across our multiple client projects and coordinate internal teams of developers and designers to deliver client projects following agile principles.
The ideal candidate has a bit of technical knowledge (although he/she doesn’t need to code) and is comfortable working on a variety of projects at the same time.
You are also a go-getter, pride yourself in working for an organization that puts clients first, and is solution-oriented. You’ll have great people skills and a lot of experience managing projects with multiple stakeholders (developers, designers etc) with superb control of time and budget.
Proficiency (spoken and written) in English is mandatory for this position.
Internally our work is split between Client Success Managers and Internal Project Managers.
In a nutshell, Internal Project Managers have cross-project, internal responsibilities, while Client Success Managers have external / project specific responsibilities.
The two do work, however, in close collaboration with each other and are both ultimately responsible for delivering our client’s project.
You can think of your Client Success Manager Manager counter-part as the representative of the client — but doing work. They’ll handle client communication and expectation setting, will gather requirements and push internally any of the client’s communication or information. Together, you’ll build the scope, the project plan (with milestones resulting from your input) and then execute it.
You need to ensure developers are working, have properly prepared tasks and sprints and are communicating effectively. While so the Client Success Manager will own the project plan, ensure everyone is building project documentation.
These roles aren’t set in stone and we look forward for feedback, input on how to make collaboration more effective.
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