Seeking highly collaborative Technical Project Manager to manage software development projects from proposal through delivery. This position requires a true team player.  These projects will typically require some degree of cross-company coordination and regular collaboration with Operations and Technical Managers.

If you have superb communication skills, a can do attitude and the ability to drive projects to completion with a passion for software development, we want to hear from you.  


 Identify, scope, and direct projects and/or process improvement efforts:

  • Exercise authority for planning, directing, coordinating, administering, and executing development projects.
  • Coordinate with teams and vendors to ensure the right teams are working on the right components at the right time, with clear expectations of milestones and goals.
  • Serve as the escalation point for all issues related to projects.
  • Provide overall project leadership and direct project teams in the on-time delivery of high-quality products.
  • Communicate project status to all stakeholders, ensuring common understanding and agreement of project deliverables and status.
  • Regularly facilitate communication with the stakeholders to manage the release backlogs.
  • Ensure that all stakeholders are integrated, as necessary, into project planning and decision making.


Facilitate Team Development.

  • Keep project teams focused by continually removing roadblocks that impede the team’s success.
  • Coach and support the team to self-organize in a productive way.
  • Mitigate team conflict and communication problems, working with appropriate department managers, as needed.
  • Ensure team alignment with Minitab’s guiding principles.



  • Bachelor’s degree in technical field.
  • Minimum of five (4) years of project management or related experience. 
  • Software design, development and/or testing experience required.
  • Knowledge of all aspects of the software development lifecycle.
  • Demonstrated success of managing and delivering projects; working effectively with resource, program and technical leads.
  • Knowledge of project management methodology, including traditional project management as well as agile methodologies (Scrum).
  • Knowledge of project management tools in these areas: estimating, scope management, budget management, time management, risk management, change management, issue resolution, communication management, quality management, testing plans, training plans, team management.
  • Demonstrated ability to become proficient with new applications and understand emerging technologies.



  • Strong process orientation, problem solving and troubleshooting skills, and a firm commitment to quality.
  • Ability to accommodate change and adapt accordingly.
  • Ability to function as a self-directed, independent problem solver with a consistent ability to follow through on commitments.
  • Ability to prioritize and handle multiple projects with accuracy, within deadlines, and with minimal supervision.
  • Strong customer-service focus and relationship management skills; must be adept at active listening.
  • Strong facilitation, time management, and organizational skills.
  • Ability to handle stressful situations with perseverance and professionalism.
  • Solid presentation skills.


Minitab is a Federal contractor and is following all applicable COVID-19 vaccination requirements.

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