We are Able, a company building products through a portfolio model, and we are looking to grow our team with a Senior IT Project Manager.

Do you want to enable developers, designers, and product managers to build the highest quality product for our partners? Would you love to represent the partner's perspective internally, execute an effective project process, manage communications, and ensure an optimal client experience is delivered?

If so, Able may be the place you’ve been waiting for. We are a passionate and good-willed team building creative and innovative projects and we’d love to hear from you!

What you’ll be doing 

As a Technical Project Manager, you will bring your advanced knowledge of agile and lean practices, sharing your passion to keep up with evolving practices as a way to constantly improve delivery. You will be able to anticipate and address risks, blockers, and other potential roadblocks in advance, delivering partner excellence.

If you like solving problems and tackling challenges in a supportive environment, and love shipping code at a huge scale; Able is the place for you!

In short, someone who likes:

  • working in a fast-paced environment and can handle multiple simultaneous deadlines
  • creating collaborative partnerships. You align Able’s needs with partner needs and maintain the relationship to provide an excellent level of service to our partners, from staff-level engineers and project managers to business and technology executives
  • helping launch and scale our partners' products. Learning new skills and constantly looking for ways of optimizing your own performance. 
  • working closely with engineers, product teams, and partners to shape and ship effective solutions managing schedule, team resources, scope, risk, and cost across project life cycles.
  • discovering opportunities to improve the workflow of daily tasks and led efforts to drive improvements in team efficiency
  • using data-driven insights. Have strong data analysis skills and know-how to appropriately evaluate metrics for informed decision-making.
  • coaching and providing help to other team members to ensure everyone’s unblocked to perform their responsibilities.
  • solving problems. Each step in planning and executing a project usually requires some problem-solving. Outstanding Technical Project Managers are creative thinkers with excellent problem-solving abilities. 

What we’re looking for

We want to work with people who have a passion for collaborating with their teams to develop and manage all project plans. Someone who feels comfortable managing multiple time-sensitive client projects throughout all phases of the development life cycle.

Ideally, they would also have:

  • Around 10+ years of experience as a software engineer or equivalent working with digital products at growth-stage technology companies. 
  • Around 5+ years as a project manager at a digital agency or growth-stage technology company 
  • Deep knowledge of product development life cycle. 
  • The ability to translate complex business problems by collaborating with technical teams to build project plans and product specifications through collaboration and project management tools.
  • Previous experience coaching people to help them reach professional opportunities
  • Humility and willingness to roll up sleeves and take ownership of clearing any obstacles the team faces.
  • Exceptional verbal and written English communication skills

This position is 100% remote. We are looking for talent who can commit to at least 6 hours of overlap with our main team’s office working hours in NYC (mostly 9 am to 6 pm)

Don’t think you are quite there, yet? That’s fine too. Let’s talk and share with us your story!

What you’ll love about Able 

  • We are a team of all-around company builders who are both ambitious and humble
  • Diversity adds value to everything we do - We hire a wide range of backgrounds and experiences to allow the team to bring their own unique ways of thinking and working to each project
  • We host employee events (when it is safe to do so)
  • We believe in giving back to the community and helping others, which is why give the team social impact hours to use at their discretion. 
  • We offer flexible paid time off for all full-time employees (this includes vacation, sick days, and wellness days because we understand the value of health, relaxation, spending time with friends and family, and traveling the world)
  • We believe a healthy body equals a healthy mind, so we offer a monthly health and wellness reimbursement

Our Core Values

Champion Outcomes Over Effort; You take ownership of problems and emphasize that the results created are more important than the time we spend or the approach that we take

Contribute to the Solution; You are responsible for identifying issues, and doing what you can to help solve them

Put People First; You emphasize people and relationships over process or ideas. You seek to build and reinforce trust with colleagues and clients 

Commit to Diversity; You contribute to a world where everyone can be themself, together

Get Better Every Day; You believe we all have the ability to improve and we're driven to help everyone be the best they can be

About Able

Able builds technology products in a portfolio model. We believe that people, teams, and processes are more important than the ideas themselves, so we’ve focused on bringing great people together, and investing in their growth.

We’ve built products in a variety of industries. Everything from media to finance to toys to healthcare. Sometimes we work with management teams to help their businesses grow faster or unlock value using technology. Other times we start or buy businesses outright. Each time, we look for opportunities to leverage technology built at the portfolio level to drive value faster.

Able is committed to inclusion and diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

This is but the beginning of a conversation we’d love to have with you.

Apply, and let’s get this adventure started!

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