About Codazen

Want to apply technology in ways that make life more enriching? 

We think the digital experiences that make up more and more of our everyday lives should be seamless and engaging—even magical. Using our unique recipe of specialized skills and digital alchemy, we engineer experiences that help businesses engage with users, and users engage with the world. 

The source of our magic comes from our people. We continually strive to be better versions of ourselves—and have fun while doing it. If a career creating innovative experiences and digital products sounds exciting, we hope you’ll consider joining our amazing team.

Rethink Experience™

Summary

The Software Project Manager is responsible for the delivery, coordination, status reporting and management of complex projects for high-profile clients.  The Software Project Manager must be a self-starter and feel comfortable working in a highly collaborative, cross-functional environment, demonstrating an open-mind and a propensity for developing strong team relationships and creating unique customer solutions. The ideal candidate enjoys working with other team members and stakeholders to identify and solve complex user & business challenges and can easily adapt within a fast-paced and constantly changing environment. We’re looking for team player that strives to innovate, holds exceptionally high standards for his/her work, and genuinely enjoys working with a solid, talented team and has a good sense of humor.  

Role Requirements

  • Lead project management of multiple projects, in a cross-functional environment
  • Leverage your knowledge of current web/software technologies and business applications for competitive advantages
  • Create project budgets, schedules, and resourcing plans
  • Drive project scheduling, resource allocation and forecasting, time entry, and project controls through the standard project management tools to ensure timely delivery and proper budget allocation and capitalization
  • Responsible for tracking key project metrics and milestones and proactively escalating functional/quality/timeline issues along with resolution recommendations. Prepares relevant status reports
  • Coordinate change requests from original specifications and ensure proper change communication and impact analysis
  • Release management and versioning control
  • Maintain a high level of trust and confidence
  • Embrace and help grow Codazen’s vision of innovation and teamwork 
  • Familiarity with Scrum process for project teams in a cross-functional environment
  • Mitigate project risks by utilizing Agile/Scrum best practices and effective change management techniques

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Administration, Marketing, Communications or equivalent work experience
  • 5+ years of experience in project or program management within business application development projects 
  • Working knowledge of Agile/Scrum methodology
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills including excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Attention to detail and follow-through to completion of tasks and proven track record of managing budgets and timelines
  • Excellent time-management skills, including the ability to work on concurrent projects and quickly prioritize competing tasks and responsibilities
  • Demonstrated experience managing customer relationships
  • Experience interacting with engineers, business analysts, quality assurance analysts, and designers on a highly collaborative development team
  • Some knowledge and familiarity of web technologies or languages (HTML, CSS, SQL, etc.)
  • Extensive knowledge and expertise of project management methodologies and tools
  • Shared passion for building quality, innovative web/software experiences
  • This is a hybrid position, 3 days on-site, 2 days WFH; Monday through Friday based out of Irvine, CA

Plus

  • Experience working on highly trafficked, high-profile websites
  • Experience managing enterprise-level software development projects from the conception to launch
  • Agency or consultancy background
  • Experience with JIRA, Confluence, Asana or similar
  • Certified Associate Project Manager (CAPM), Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Scrum Master (CSM), or Disciplined Agile Scrum Master (DASM) certifications
  • Knowledge of various Agile methodologies  
Full compensation packages are based on candidate experience and certifications. 
Irvine Pay Range
$125,000$140,000 USD

What Codazen Offers

  • Competitive salary
  • Hybrid schedule
  • Generous paid time off and sick leave
  • Paid holidays
  • Health, dental, vision
  • 401k (with company contribution)
  • Profit sharing
  • Company bonus
  • Income protection plans (life, accidental death and dismemberment, short- and long-term disability)
  • Free drinks and snacks
  • An incredible leadership team that cares about your development
  • Fun, smart, diverse colleagues   

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class. 

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