Technical Project Manager

SpotOn is a cutting-edge payments and software company dedicated to redefining the merchant services industry. SpotOn combines payment processing with customer engagement and business management solutions, giving small and medium businesses the data and tools they need to run and grow their business.

Our tools increase revenue and connect businesses with their customers using rewards, deals, online reviews, website building, and data analytics. Tools like these were previously only available to big businesses with big bankrolls and their own developers, but our platform caters to neighborhood stores, independent retailers, and other small to midsize businesses.

As a Project Manager at SpotOn, you’ll be tasked with working alongside a senior team of talented developers, designers, and QA Engineers based out of Chicago, Detroit, Mexico and locally in Krakow. SpotOn has been expanding into new markets and countries as well as new business verticals and industries. With the rapid growth we are currently experiencing, we are looking for a Project Manager to help prioritize new development and keep our momentum going strong.

The ideal Project Manager should LOVE technology and have a passion for overseeing the SDLC of new products. You should be extremely organized, friendly and not afraid to roll up your sleeves.

If this describes you…

  • Background in technology with experience and familiarity with the SDLC
  • 3-5 years of Project Management experience
  • Must be self-directed and a self starter, used to working independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to handle conflicting situations both internally and externally
  • Ambitious leader who actively works to remove barriers to achieving results
  • Ability to work cross-functionally with Product, Development, Design, Sales, and Support Teams
  • Exemplary written and verbal communication skills.
  • Highly organized with a strong sense of urgency to meet deadlines
  • Desire to thrive in a fast paced, dynamic, often changing, and sometimes ambiguous environment
  • Experience with Jira or other project management tools is preferred
  • Must be able to work evenings and weekends, on occasion

And if these are responsibilities you can deliver on…

  • Build project plans, maintain initiative roadmap, schedule, and dependency relationships.
  • Ensure all projects are delivered on time and within scope
  • Manage changes to project scope, timelines, and priorities
  • Responsible for project deliverables and delivering weekly status reports on milestones, key issues
  • Actively communicate with all involved parties of the project to identify any gaps, build solutions and recommend efficiency improvements
  • Align with other project managers and team leads to ensure consistency of processes, critical issues, and reporting
  • Scoping and prioritizing activities based on business and customer impact
  • Managing project tasks, including feature backlog management, sprint planning, and user story management
  • Lead and manage resources for all projects

… then here’s a bit about what we have to offer!

  • Health, Dental, and Vision insurance
  • Flexible hours
  • 401K with company match
  • Casual dress code
  • Kitchen stocked with drinks and snacks

SpotOn is committed to hiring a diverse workforce. We consider all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other basis as prohibited by federal, state or local law.

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